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    Default Again psu help

    Sorry guys again for annoying u with similar threads, my cousin was unable to look for a psu in thailand due to extreme raining(they can't also buy their business stuff a lot for it), now i am searching for another way to bring a psu from thailand, here are my choice list
    http://www.bigitshop.com/online-shopping/Power-Supply-Corsair-800W-[800GS].html
    http://www.tkcom99.com/product_detail.php?p_id=1134&is_product=Y&s_type_id=3&s_cat_id=20

    http://www.invadeit.co.th/product/power-supplies/silverstone/strider-plus-750w-power-supply-modular-cable-90-silver-st75f-p-p003456/

    http://www.jedicool.com/list.php?cate=87&parent=6
    http://www.jedicool.com/order.php

    Question is, which one would be better, and besides xfx pro 750w naki crosair tx 750w v2 ta kemon hobe, egular chehe valo? Again ami gtx 460 sli korar jono specially nichi
    budget ta 10-11k hoile valo hoi(takae)
    1 thai bath= 2.6 bdt

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    Default Re: Again psu help

    PRO750W and TX750 are built on the same unit, but if I were you, I'd take the Corsair one, as Corsair is a more reputed PSU brand than XFX.

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    Default Re: Again psu help

    ANd besides inwin track and thermaltake a60, which one would be better for sli and cooling?

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    ok here are the comparative difference and analysis between xfx pro 850w and TT Toughpower xt 775w
    see carefully and make ur choice..



    xfx pro 850w
    single 12v rail design
    70A on 12v rail
    can produce 840w constantly from 12v rail
    Two cables with one six-pin connector for video cards each, 22.8” (58 cm) long
    Two cables with one six/eight-pin connector for video cards each, 22.8” (58 cm) long

    +12VA 6 A (72 W) 13 A (156 W) 18.5 A (222 W) 25 A (300 W) 31 A (372 W)
    +12VB 6 A (72 W) 12 A (144 W) 18.5 A (222 W) 25 A (300 W) 31 A (372 W)
    +5V 2 A (10 W) 4 A (20 W) 6 A (30 W) 8 A (40 W) 10 A (50 W)
    +3.3 V 2 A (6.6 W) 4 A (13.2 W) 6 A (19.8 W) 8 A (26.4 W) 10 A (33 W)
    +5VSB 1 A (5 W) 1.5 A (7.5 W) 2 A (10 W) 2.5 A (12.5 W) 3 A (15 W)
    -12 V 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W)
    Total 173.1 W 349.1 W 511.8 W 686.4 W 847.1 W
    % Max Load 20.4% 41.1% 60.2% 80.8% 99.7%
    Room Temp. 46.4º C 46.8º C 47.6º C 47.4º C 49.4º C
    PSU Temp. 40.5º C 44.2º C 49.8º C 49.5º C 50.2º C
    Voltage Regulation Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
    Ripple and Noise Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
    AC Power 203.5 W 404.4 W 598.2 W 819.0 W 1037.0 W
    Efficiency 85.1% 86.3% 85.6% 83.8% 81.7%
    AC Voltage 118.7 V 116.8 V 115.8 V 112.4 V 110.0 V
    Power Factor 0.983 0.990 0.994 0.997 0.998
    Final Result Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

    Voltage regulation was superb, with all voltages within 3% of their nominal values, including the -12 V output. The ATX12V specification allows voltages to be up to 5% from their nominal values (10% for the -12 V output). Therefore this power supply presents voltages closer to their nominal values than necessary all the time. Noise and ripple levels were always extremely low. Below you can see the results for the power supply outputs during test number five. The maximum allowed is 120 mV for the +12 V and -12 V outputs, and 50 mV for the +5 V, +3.3 V, and +5VSB outputs. link

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    Input Overload Test
    +12VA 33 A (396 W)
    +12VB 33 A (396 W)
    +5V 22 A (110 W)
    +3.3 V 22 A (72.6 W)
    +5VSB 3 A (15 W)
    -12 V 0.5 A (6 W)
    Total 987.8 W
    % Max Load 116.2%
    Room Temp. 49.1º C
    PSU Temp. 51.1º C
    AC Power 1,274 W
    Efficiency 77.5%
    AC Voltage 107.1 V
    Power Factor 0.998


    toughpower xt 775w

    Single 12v rail desin
    64A on 12v rail
    can produce 768w constantly from 12v rail
    Two power cables for video cards with one six-pin connector each (19 ¾” or 50 cm long).
    Two power cables for video cards with one six/eight-pin connector each (19 ¾” or 50 cm long).

    Input Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5
    +12VA 5 A (60 W) 11 A (132 W) 16 A (192 W) 22 A (264 W) 28 A (336 W)
    +12VB 5 A (60 W) 10 A (120 W) 16 A (192 W) 21 A (252 W) 28 A (336 W)
    +5V 2 A (10 W) 4 A (20 W) 6 A (30 W) 8 A (40 W) 10 A (50 W)
    +3.3 V 2 A (6.6 W) 4 A (13.2 W) 6 A (19.8 W) 8 A (26.4 W) 10 A (33 W)
    +5VSB 1 A (5 W) 1.5 A (7.5 W) 2 A (10 W) 2.5 A (12.5 W) 3 A (15 W)
    -12 V 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W) 0.5 A (6 W)
    Total 147.9 W 298.5 W 447.6 W 587.4 W 764.1 W
    % Max Load 19.1% 38.5% 57.8% 75.8% 98.6%
    Room Temp. 45.3º C 45.3º C 46.2º C 45.7º C 46.1º C
    PSU Temp. 46.9º C 47.7º C 48.5º C 50.3º C 52.0º C
    Voltage Stability Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
    Ripple and Noise Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
    AC Power 174.9 W 341.9 W 516.1 W 686.0 W 916.0 W
    Efficiency 84.6% 87.3% 86.7% 85.6% 83.4%
    AC Voltage 113.3 V 111.3 V 109.2 V 107.9 V 105.1 V
    Power Factor 0.973 0.991 0.995 0.997 0.998
    Final Result Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass


    All outputs were with their voltages within the expected range (+12 V and +5 V always within a tighter 3% range; +3.3 V didn’t want to stay within this tighter range but was still within the allowed 5% tolerance).
    But what really improved on this new Toughpower XT was noise and ripple levels. See below the results achieved on test five. As we always point out, the limits are 120 mV for +12 V and 50 mV for +5 V and +3.3 V and all numbers are peak-to-peak figures. Link

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    Input Overload Test
    +12VA 33 A (396 W)
    +12VB 33 A (396 W)
    +5V 15 A (75 W)
    +3.3 V 15 A (49.5 W)
    +5VSB 3 A (15 W)
    -12 V 0.5 A (6 W)
    Total 920.9 W
    % Max Load 118.8%
    Room Temp. 36.9º C
    PSU Temp. 47.5º C
    AC Power 1,139 W
    Efficiency 80.9%
    AC Voltage 102.5 V
    Power Factor 0.998

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    Default Re: Again psu help

    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    ANd besides inwin track and thermaltake a60, which one would be better for sli and cooling?
    Are you gonna buy the case from abroad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Are you gonna buy the case from abroad?
    No he's buying case from here..

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    Default Re: Again psu help

    If u really want performance & durabilty Corsair is the brand u should go if u can afford it from abroad.And whatsoever there is absolutely very few complains abt Corsair if u look through customer reviews.So go for Corsair TX750W V2.No doubt itz the leading brand in PSUs.
    Last edited by Camouflage; October 19th, 2011 at 18:14.

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    Default Re: Again psu help

    Acha vaiara amake net dekhe ekta valo psu within 11-12k taka suggest korte parben, baire theke anabo to, bujte partasi na konta valo hobe. Ajke abar kinwin er 1kw psu deklam,antec 1 kw psu deklam, amake ektu help koren.
    Thailand soboi pao jai, so pls suggest a good one.
    Mentioning Camouflage musv
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    I would say go for Corsair Tx750w V2 as u said before.Or u can also take Corsair 850W if the price difference is almost negligible.

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