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    Default BD ups buying guide

    we live in a country where power issue is our daily life partner(yes we can call that). imagine u have invested from ur hard earned money or from ur parents hard earned money to buy a good gaming pc. a simple load shedding/voltage spark could destroy ur machine in a matter of second. yes ups is the solution...but,we also live in a country where product quality doesn't matter......the products like gpu,psu are c graded but,i believe our country's ups does not belong to any grade at all. yes i mean it.....i & other friends had experience the same thing.so,it can't be wrong.so,this guide will help u choose one.
    offline ups:
    typically anything under 750 watt of load will do gud on a offline ups. but,there is absolutely no brand that can handle ur branded psu. pls note my branded word.....bcoz other non branded psu like 600 taka for 600 watt these are craps & can easily burn up the system @ boot. the only trusted brand is Rahim Afrooz 1000va......but,the problem is ra doesn't produce more than 1000va of load offline ups. i don't know if they make custom ups or not....but,officially they don't supply greater than 1000va. if 1000 va is not enough to take the load then offline ups is no good for u. unless u have non branded psu then u should not bother to worry about any ups at all...but,i know every even mid ranged gamer need a branded psu.
    pros:
    # offline ups are reliable only under limited load
    # offline ups battery lives a long life
    # it can be used for long term backup such as charging ur phone or ur router on
    cons:
    # offline ups are not reliable under high load
    # offline ups doesn't show much details
    # offline ups brands matters the most.....& u have only 1 option to choose from
    online ups:
    yes it's online completely different technology......circuit board,transfer time everything.now first i must mention things here will changed a lot...first u have to worry about price.....online ups are too much expensive in our country....like ra 3000 va online ups will cost u 74k apc will cost u 86k. however there are non branded industry level online ups available like 3000va @36k.but,u won't ever see them in retail store...bcoz,they don't need to be...they only served in corporate places & that's why they don't need a brand name...but,these are very good one if u can't afford to own like apc.
    pros:
    # onlne ups are reliable heavy load
    # online ups shows much details than any other offline ups
    # whatever it do,it won't let u down on it's true purpose...uninterrupted...at least u can safely shut down ur pc & save ur work...or save ur game & shut it down.
    cons:
    # online ups are very expensive
    # online ups has very limited battery life cycles...the battery drains very very quickly
    # u have variety of brands to choose from
    hope this guide will help everyone to help protect their sweet pc & other component

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    Default Re: BD ups buying guide

    Can you suggest a PS3 UPS? (With and without TV)

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    Default Re: BD ups buying guide

    Quote Originally Posted by fishd990 View Post
    Can you suggest a PS3 UPS? (With and without TV)
    RA 600 va

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    Hi there, I'm new here. I'm coming to Bangladesh next month, going to go to medical school. Anyways I have a Seasonic 850W power supply, what UPS would you recommend for me? I don't care about the battery life I just need it to protect my computer when there are brown-outs.

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    Default Re: BD ups buying guide

    Well we need to know about the rest of your hardware, I suppose it doesn't draw a full 850W. If you have anything below and including a GTX570/HD6970 then a true 1000VA UPS should be good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Well we need to know about the rest of your hardware, I suppose it doesn't draw a full 850W. If you have anything below and including a GTX570/HD6970 then a true 1000VA UPS should be good enough.
    Sorry forgot components lol,

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    Sapphire HD5970 O/C
    Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB HDD
    Corsair Force F60 SSD
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    Can you guys recommend me a good brand named UPS?

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    Yeah my system needs a new UPS that actually has more battery life, also something that doesn't kill my PC like last time happened, can you suggest me a good one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazarcher View Post
    Sorry forgot components lol,

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    Sapphire HD5970 O/C
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    Can you guys recommend me a good brand named UPS?
    5970, nice! So thats gonna be a 1500VA UPS at least I guess. Lets see if others chime in.

    @error @Dee

    @Trave160 A true 800VA should be enough for your system, but get a 1000VA if you can, then you can still use it even if you upgrade a few components.

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    @blazarcher , I 'm an ex-Hemlock owner and i can ensure you from experience that even the maximum range(2kva) offline ups from the best manufacturers(Micro) will not be able to hold your machine together during a black-out. That factor alone was the major contribution to set my 5970 up for sell. I had an ocd 5970 and a 9800gt along with an i5 clocked at 3.5ghz. Good luck.
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    Online so online UPS? Thats 500USD lol

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    rahimafroz er 1000va ups ekhon koto? keu janen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xel-Naga View Post
    rahimafroz er 1000va ups ekhon koto? keu janen?
    Under 7k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    @blazarcher , I 'm an ex-Hemlock owner and i can ensure you from experience that even the maximum range(2kva) offline ups from the best manufacturers(Micro) will not be able to hold your machine together during a black-out. That factor alone was the major contribution to set my 5970 up for sell. I had an ocd 5970 and a 9800gt along with an i5 clocked at 3.5ghz. Good luck.
    DAMN what if I go with an online UPS? Can someone recommend me the best UPS 1500va?

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