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    amar ekta valo power supply khub dorkar. besh koykta choose o korsi. but brand nia confused. i am thinking about Thermaltake but still i need suggestions before buying. eita ki valo brand? jodi na hoy ta hole konta valo hobe? plz help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    amar ekta valo power supply khub dorkar. besh koykta choose o korsi. but brand nia confused. i am thinking about Thermaltake but still i need suggestions before buying. eita ki valo brand? jodi na hoy ta hole konta valo hobe? plz help
    Sudhu akta brand bolleto kono suggestion deoa jabe na.Ar Budget,pc config dile aro valo hoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    amar ekta valo power supply khub dorkar. besh koykta choose o korsi. but brand nia confused. i am thinking about Thermaltake but still i need suggestions before buying. eita ki valo brand? jodi na hoy ta hole konta valo hobe? plz help
    dhaka'r market onujayee bhalo brand boltey Delta, XFX, ThermalTake, Gigabyte ase eigular modhhe thermaltake and Gigabyte er type ase(like Thermaltake and gigabyte er shob psu reliable na), as u stated u need a VALO psu, so to be very much specific u can grab any psu(wattage may vary in accordance to ur requirement) from delta(brand) which u'll find in a shop named Binary Logic in IDB Bhaban, and if u want to buy Thermaltake make sure u buy ToughPower series psu which will cost u a lot and they r very good but u'll also find Tr2, series psu they r just ok but bro dont buy Thermaltake tr2 rx 650w as this psu is just carp and have very good potential to just blow and burn, ok now gigabyte has two types of psu one is superb and another is odin series, superb series psu r just ok and odin series psu are good, and last but not the least XFX psu r very good but again those r pricey...

    Now its up to u to make ur decision..

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    Sudhu akta brand bolleto kono suggestion deoa jabe na.Ar Budget,pc config dile aro valo hoy.
    i'm not talking about one brand. i just said i'm thinking about a brand but there are other brands too. that is why i am asking that if i should go for other brand if they are better than Thermaltake. amar budget around 5000 tk. i have g31m-es2c board, dual core 2.70 GHz processor, radeon 4850 1gb. ar kono info lagle ask koren

    ---------- Post added at 00:10 ---------- Previous post was at 00:06 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    dhaka'r market onujayee bhalo brand boltey Delta, XFX, ThermalTake, Gigabyte ase eigular modhhe thermaltake and Gigabyte er type ase(like Thermaltake and gigabyte er shob psu reliable na), as u stated u need a VALO psu, so to be very much specific u can grab any psu(wattage may vary in accordance to ur requirement) from delta(brand) which u'll find in a shop named Binary Logic in IDB Bhaban, and if u want to buy Thermaltake make sure u buy ToughPower series psu which will cost u a lot and they r very good but u'll also find Tr2, series psu they r just ok but bro dont buy Thermaltake tr2 rx 650w as this psu is just carp and have very good potential to just blow and burn, ok now gigabyte has two types of psu one is superb and another is odin series, superb series psu r just ok and odin series psu are good, and last but not the least XFX psu r very good but again those r pricey...

    Now its up to u to make ur decision..
    thanks bro. i will keep that in mind

    psu shomporke amar idea khub e limited. tai apnader help chai
    Last edited by Xel-Naga; September 5th, 2011 at 01:14.

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    The Delta 500w available for around 5k is pretty popular among the BG members. It's a solid unit. You can consider it, if you want a proven performer.

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    if ur budget is around 5000tk then u might find
    thermaltake tr2 500w which is 4500tk
    gigabyte superb 550w which is 4300tk
    (above psu r just ok but not that reliable)

    if u want some real good psu u need to raise ur budget a bit and i'm suggesting u to get either of these-
    Delta 500w= 6000-5800 tk
    xfx core 550w= 6200-6000 tk
    above psu are real performer as my friend @emroz_2272 said

    good luck..

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    bhai budget ta koto?

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    gigabyte er superb psu gulo onekei crap boltese, so better avoid those. Ar @musvi , tt tr2 rx 650 w psu er problem ki? Pls, aktu details bolo. Ami eid er age ctg te ryans theke akjon ke kinte dekhlam.price onek kom mone hoisilo.

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    ok. i bought fortrex 500w psu from faisal vai. thanks for your suggestion guys. thread can be closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayemcom View Post
    gigabyte er superb psu gulo onekei crap boltese, so better avoid those. Ar @musvi , tt tr2 rx 650 w psu er problem ki? Pls, aktu details bolo. Ami eid er age ctg te ryans theke akjon ke kinte dekhlam.price onek kom mone hoisilo.
    i'm sharing some links with u and u'll get ur answer
    http://www.thinkcomputers.org/thermaltake-tr2-rx-750w-modular-power-supply-review/3/
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/artic...y-Review/902/7
    jodio last er link tai series er 750w but none of them r reliable, and afaik this psu will cost u at least 8.2k but raising only 400-600 taka u can buy awsome XFX Core/Pro 650 psu, take a look at this-
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story9&reid=216
    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1042/pg10/xfx-pro-series-power-supplies-650w-750w-and-850w-review-conclusion.html
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/01/31/xfx_pro_series_core_edition_power_supply_review/10
    http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...edition/11.htm

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Delta or XFX Pro 650W kinen @9k/9.5k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    Delta or XFX Pro 650W kinen @9k/9.5k.
    somossa hoilo Delta'r stock toh Binary Logic e prochur ase, but xfx paite khobor ase, UCC te thakleo dibe na, amar tai ami onek jhamela kore paisi...newayz best of luck getting ur psu..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    i'm not talking about one brand. i just said i'm thinking about a brand but there are other brands too. that is why i am asking that if i should go for other brand if they are better than Thermaltake. amar budget around 5000 tk. i have g31m-es2c board, dual core 2.70 GHz processor, radeon 4850 1gb. ar kono info lagle ask koren

    A TR2 500W @4.5K would be enough for this config!

    Delta is better than TR2, but a 500W psu would cost about @6K.
    But that's not necessary for your config.
    Last edited by abir; September 6th, 2011 at 17:58.

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    ok. i bought fortrex 500w psu from faisal vai. thanks for your suggestion guys. thread can be closed
    Tore koilam processor ta overclock korte. Korli na. Disappointing!

    However, thread can be closed as he bought the Item from Faisal.amir. @patron_saint

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    5000 erh modhdhe valo PSU konta hobe? Thermaltake vs. Gigabyte? Koto watt? I use a GTX550ti and it doesn't want more than 400watt. But still I want 500, just cost, i might change my gpu.

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Quote Originally Posted by demented23 View Post
    5000 erh modhdhe valo PSU konta hobe? Thermaltake vs. Gigabyte? Koto watt? I use a GTX550ti and it doesn't want more than 400watt. But still I want 500, just cost, i might change my gpu.
    Within this budget, you can get a Thermaltake TR2 500W, but I'd strongly recommend you to increase the budget by a thousand and get the Delta 500W. You'll never regret it.

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    yes @demented23 bhai, take dee's advise... Delta 500 watt is way better and is the true 500watt psu.... My bro uses one too.... Trust me, u won't regret this

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Okay so what about the new TR2 500W? The one that comes with the 80+ Bronze Certification? I'm looking forward to buying a PSU for myself as my ThermalRock 500W keeps shutting itself down when gaming. N.B My GFX card requires a six pin and an eight pin pcie connectors

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xero-Fatal1ty View Post
    Okay so what about the new TR2 500W? The one that comes with the 80+ Bronze Certification? I'm looking forward to buying a PSU for myself as my ThermalRock 500W keeps shutting itself down when gaming. N.B My GFX card requires a six pin and an eight pin pcie connectors
    It's a good psu but going for a XFX core 550W will be even better for around 6k, its also has 80+bronze, single rail and 6+8 pin pcie connector.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817207013

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    Default Re: which brand is good for power supply?

    Quote Originally Posted by RonzDrive View Post
    It's a good psu but going for a XFX core 550W will be even better for around 6k, its also has 80+bronze, single rail and 6+8 pin pcie connector.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817207013
    But AFAIK, it's out of stock

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