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    Default Power Supply Buying Help .

    Can anyone recommend me a good power supply . . which can power up GTX 560 . .

    in a reasonable price.

    i'm planning to buy GTX 560 in near future .

    and please tell the location/shop where can i get the power supply!

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    bajare to thermaltech r xfx chara kono psu dekhlam na temon ekta. gtx560 500W e cholar kotha jodi onek beshi extra jinish potro na lagano thake pc te.
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    u can get power supply in IDB bhaban. In ucc u will get tharmaltech branded psu.

    And in other shops u will get asus, gigabyte, sendon, sunadha branded ones.

    What ever brand u buy dont buy more than 500w. Cause 500w is enough for one gpu.

    And try to look for a 80 plus cirtification.

    ---------- Post added at 17:32 ---------- Previous post was at 17:27 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by GalibZ View Post
    Can anyone recommend me a good power supply . . which can power up GTX 560 . . in a reasonable price.i'm planning to buy GTX 560 in near future .and please tell the location/shop where can i get the power supply!
    if u are too new to psu world then this forum stickys and faqs will help.Link - www.overclock.net/power-supplies/

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    Well, for GTX560, a good 500W would be enough. You'll find PSUs from Tt, XFX, Gigabyte, Delta in the market. In my opinion, the best 500W PSU available in the market is Delta 500W (available at Binary Logic) which costs around Tk.5800. I don't recommend Tt TR2 series PSUs, and you can also go for XFX PRO550W Core Edition; a very good PSU with Seasonic S12/S12II unit, which costs around Tk.6200.

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    A true 500w would be enough for a GTX560Ti,and I thought you're buying the Ti one :S
    Right?


    As Dee said, either Delta 500 or XFX 550


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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    a 600W PSU is your best and safest bet.... :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Well, for GTX560, a good 500W would be enough. You'll find PSUs from Tt, XFX, Gigabyte, Delta in the market. In my opinion, the best 500W PSU available in the market is Delta 500W (available at Binary Logic) which costs around Tk.5800. I don't recommend Tt TR2 series PSUs, and you can also go for XFX PRO550W Core Edition; a very good PSU with Seasonic S12/S12II unit, which costs around Tk.6200.
    Dee xfx er 550/650w kintu sesh mone hoi, as we went to star solution day b4 yesterday, we faced a big pain for getting my 650w.....newayz bro either get atleast 500w of delta unit or if u r planning to get other brand make sure u get at least 600w and if u manage to find any 550w pro edition xfx unit that would be enough...

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    Fully agreed with Dee & musvi ........I will recommend u the XFX Core Edition 550W as it has single 12V rail of 44A............U will surely get 44*12=528W out of 550W which has enough to run 560GTX(TDP-150W)........But if dont found any then Delta 500W is the only choice left for u which is equally good but having multiple rails..........
    Last edited by Camouflage; August 29th, 2011 at 17:39.

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    Default Re: Power Supply Buying Help .

    @GalibZ , determine your rig's total sum of power consumption along with your future upgrade components. This is the first and foremost thing you need to do while seeking for a power supply unit. You will find numerous power supply calculator over the net, even though I'd recommand the following one, http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp.
    Set the capacitor aging at 20%. For a GTX560 I assume,the complete safe margin would be 600W though total need of power will be sure less than that. However, its always recommanded to operate a PSU in 70-80% load for long run. Before purchasing, have some knowledge regarding the unit you're intending to buy. Features like, wattage rating with load, better voltage regulation, noise and ripple level, PFC type etc are key features you should concern at most. Single rail or multi rail doesn't necessarily put impact on PSU throughput quality. Remember, PSU isn't that type of component people will update every now then. Hence, try harder to get the best within your budget.

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