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    Default How good are the current tr2 PSUs??

    These are available at ucc bd , and are quite cheap ! How good are these 80+ bronze psus??

    http://ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-tr2-no...us-bronze.html

    http://ucc-bd.com/thermaltake-tr2-no...us-bronze.html

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    Go for the Gigabyte Pulse 650W...

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    i have the same query. will buy a psu within few days

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Go for the Gigabyte Pulse 650W...
    U reckon gigabyte pulse would be better than tr2? There is virtually nothing about pulse on the internet! Its very strange!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Go for the Gigabyte Pulse 650W...
    Just joining the Vanguard train aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    i have the same query. will buy a psu within few days
    The older models were the P versions, I don't know about this probably is great. But it's 85% efficient instead of 87%

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    Also just in case anybody is asking, somebody asked Tomshardware about the PSU. He is a Bangladeshi himself, read this to the last post as well.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/...ulse-650w.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Just joining the Vanguard train aren't you?
    Nah! I would have picked a Corsair/Thermaltake/Seasonic/Cooler Master before Gigabyte. Hell! I didn't even know about pulse before signing up for BG.

    However, spec-wise and price-wise, I see Pulse as a better candidate than the TR2 on paper of course. It does not suck to have 3x(6+2) PCIe connectors instead of 1x(6+2) & 1x(6) pins. And, the Pulse is newer, semi-modular & has a bit beefier 12V rail.

    But, if you ask me, it will take a long time before I put a Gigabyte PSU in my system. I have seen "2" many Gigabyte PSUs burst in front of my own eyes. Oh! the horror...

    However, pulse is getting popular I reckon, so we will know if it performs up to the spec very soon.
    Last edited by kaziishan; October 19th, 2015 at 03:47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Nah! I would have picked a Corsair/Thermaltake/Seasonic/Cooler Master before Gigabyte. Hell! I didn't even know about pulse before signing up for BG.

    However, spec-wise and price-wise, I see Pulse as a better candidate than the TR2 on paper of course. It does not suck to have 3x(6+2) PCIe connectors instead of 1x(6+2) & 1x(6) pins. And, the Pulse is newer, semi-modular & has a bit beefier 12V rail.

    But, if you ask me, it will take a long time before I put a Gigabyte PSU in my system. I have seen "2" many Gigabyte PSUs burst in front of my own eyes. Oh! the horror...

    However, pulse is getting popular I reckon, so we will know if it performs up to the spec very soon.
    3 (6+2)-Pins ? That's overkill, 1 (6+2) PSU is adequate for a 500W. This thing gives 82% efficiency, which sucks for a 650W PSU

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    Hell even Gigabyte lied, there's only two of those

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    TR2 500W Bronze is a great PSU for 4.6k
    Last edited by giant; October 19th, 2015 at 11:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Nah! I would have picked a Corsair/Thermaltake/Seasonic/Cooler Master before Gigabyte. Hell! I didn't even know about pulse before signing up for BG.



    But, if you ask me, it will take a long time before I put a Gigabyte PSU in my system. I have seen "2" many Gigabyte PSUs burst in front of my own eyes. Oh! the horror...

    was that gigabyte superb? coz we all know how superb the superb series is. "
    also, gigabyte odin pro is a quite 'reputed' power supply series.


    i will choose seasonic corsair over gigabyte anyday, but it better not be entry level, corsair entry level cx... cm gx... tt tr2/lp they just suck and not meant for gaming, really, not.



    according to vanguard seasonic made the pulse psu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    3 (6+2)-Pins ? That's overkill, 1 (6+2) PSU is adequate for a 500W.
    Nope. I got in real problem when I bought my R9 270X. My Tt PSU has 1x(6+2) and 1x(8) pins. Then, I saw I needed 2(6) pins for the card . So, what could I do? I cut the 8 pin connector to make it fit in a 6 pin slot. For that time, I was really afraid and swearing the hell out of Tt for not having enough (6+2)s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    was that gigabyte superb? coz we all know how superb the superb series is. "
    also, gigabyte odin pro is a quite 'reputed' power supply series.
    It was "Odin", for both times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Nope. I got in real problem when I bought my R9 270X. My Tt PSU has 1x(6+2) and 1x(8) pins. Then, I saw I needed 2(6) pins for the card . So, what could I do? I cut the 8 pin connector to make it fit in a 6 pin slot. For that time, I was really afraid and swearing the hell out of Tt for not having enough (6+2)s.

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    It was "Odin", for both times.
    why didnt u get a 'converter'? i mean they are not very easy to find these days but i think geeks like romulus or vanguard bros probably have 1 or 2.
    edit: oh wait... these days 8 to 6pin convert sometimes even come with gpu.... they are not difficult to find i think... 8pin to 2x6pin...




    wow thats bad

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    AFAIK tr2 used to be made by 3 separate manufacturers. only cwt made ones used to be good.
    Dont know about this new series anymore. But if price is any indicator, these new tr2s arent very good. hnce my ques here.
    Here s the link about old TT psus-
    http://www.overclock.net/t/652549/on-thermaltake-psus

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    Am planning to get TR2 700W Gold a year later, CWT did work on those right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    why didnt u get a 'converter'?
    Yeah, I could have looked for a converter, but why should I? It wouldn't have been fun , and I think it is a very easy task and everyone should (NOT) do it. Moreover, It was perfectly safe to do.

    "Geeks don't convert, they slice the son of a @!#$%...oh yeah! " - Kazi's পাজি বাণী

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Yeah, I could have looked for a converter, but why should I? It wouldn't have been fun , and I think it is a very easy task and everyone should (NOT) do it. Moreover, It was perfectly safe to do.

    "Geeks don't convert, they slice the son of a @!#$%...oh yeah! " - Kazi's পাজি বাণী

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    so, how are the ones UCC is selling? Worth buying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    so, how are the ones UCC is selling? Worth buying?
    Hmm. So, FSP built the "Superb" series and and the "TR2". Any thought anyone?

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    Worrying thing -in the whole TT series, none of the OEM names seems familiar, is TT going downhill?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shohag2018 View Post
    Worrying thing -in the whole TT series, none of the OEM names seems familiar, is TT going downhill?!
    wut... china well tech cwt is renowned oem.



    i dont think cwt made tr2 models will be bad... but others... nah :\

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    shohag2018 check out the Seasonic S12II-520 80 PLUS Bronze. Solid PSU. It has jonnyguru score of '9.7'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    wut... china well tech cwt is renowned oem.
    i dont think cwt made tr2 models will be bad... but others... nah :\
    I agree. CWT is pretty renowned manufacturer.

    However, the TR2s listed by UCC seems to be the product of FSP. I would not bet so much on them since, they are the same OEM for Gigabyte Superb & Odin series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    was that gigabyte superb? coz we all know how superb the superb series is. "
    also, gigabyte odin pro is a quite 'reputed' power supply series.


    i will choose seasonic corsair over gigabyte anyday, but it better not be entry level, corsair entry level cx... cm gx... tt tr2/lp they just suck and not meant for gaming, really, not.



    according to vanguard seasonic made the pulse psu
    that'd be majority of bangladeshi gamers

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    shohag2018 check out the Seasonic S12II-520 80 PLUS Bronze. Solid PSU. It has jonnyguru score of '9.7'.

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    alittle too much for a 520 wat psu wont u say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post

    However, the TR2s listed by UCC seems to be the product of FSP. I would not bet so much on them since, they are the same OEM for Gigabyte Superb & Odin series.
    ohh.. that sounds bad!
    the old saying stands true i guess.. u get what u pay for.
    the pricing on the ucc's tr2s made me suspicious in the first place.. i guess same is true in case of GB pulse. surely good psus cant be this cheap ryt?!

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