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    I need to choose in between these two >>

    1. Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 650watt >>>>can get it for ~10.5K taka

    2. Thermaltake Toughpower XT 675watt >>>>>can get it for ~8.5K taka


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    i'm with number 1, as grand series is newer model then XT...

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    2nd one... Since its superior than the others... Don't know about the 1st one though..

    ---------- Post added at 19:07 ---------- Previous post was at 19:06 ----------

    by others i mean in the tt category

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    Toughpower Grand, as its newer, better looking and more efficient. But still if you don't want to spend the extra dough then the XT is also is a very good alternative. And although the XT rates a bit high on the power, the actual power will be quite the same since its a bit less efficient than the Grand.
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    toughpower Grand.....its gold certified so comparatively it will be efficient than toughpower XT

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    The first one.

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    Toughpower Grand.

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    Ofcourse first 1 is far more bettr than second 1 cz 80plus gold means class psus.But prblm is it will also have to cost u xtra 2k.If u can afford that budget go with the 1st choice eyes closed.

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    First one with 90% efficiency and gold rated.
    Second one is bronze and got 88% efficiency.

    If you don't have any budget problem,go for the first one.
    Last edited by Frank3nst3in; January 2nd, 2012 at 21:31.


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    not a single point of spending 2k more for the grand 650w. grands are newer & slightly more efficient. other than this no advantage over a xt 675...

    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterFahim View Post
    Toughpower Grand, as its newer, better looking and more efficient. But still if you don't want to spend the extra dough then the XT is also is a very good alternative. And although the XT rates a bit high on the power, the actual power will be quite the same since its a bit less efficient than the Grand.
    WRONG.... efficiency is not the potential output capability of a psu...
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 2nd, 2012 at 21:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    i'm with number 1, as grand series is newer model then XT...
    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    toughpower Grand.....its gold certified so comparatively it will be efficient than toughpower XT
    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    not a single point of spending 2k more for the grand 650w. grands are newer & slightly more efficient. other than this no advantage over a xt 675...WRONG.... efficiency is not the potential output capability of a psu...
    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Toughpower Grand.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    The first one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Camouflage View Post
    Ofcourse first 1 is far more bettr than second 1 cz 80plus gold means class psus.But prblm is it will also have to cost u xtra 2k.If u can afford that budget go with the 1st choice eyes closed.


    is it that much of worth spending the extra 2K??? I mean are the XTs that much of a problem?? Xt series compares to the HX series of corsair am I right??
    Last edited by @bhi; January 2nd, 2012 at 22:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    is it that much of worth spending the extra 2K??? I mean are the XTs that much of a problem?? Xt series compares to the HX series of corsair am I right??
    What i have seen in Tt web toughpower xt 675w has 2 six pin while Corsair hx650w has 4 six pin connctrs.Besides this everythng seems equal like single 12v rail & 80plus bronze certifications.
    Last edited by Camouflage; January 2nd, 2012 at 21:27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camouflage View Post
    What i have seen in Tt web toughpower xt 675w has 2 six pin while Corsair hx650w has 4 six pin connctrs.Besides this everythng seems equal like single 12v rail & 80plus bronze certifications.
    Check again. TT XT 675w has 2x six pin and 2x eight pin(6+2) total 4 connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    Check again. TT XT 675w has 2x six pin and 2x eight pin(6+2) total 4 connector.
    yeah u r ri8.sry i have missd that extra 2x(6+2) pin part.So spec of thermaltake toughpower xt 675w seems equivalent to hx 650w.Even better as toughpower xt 675w has 56A in 12v rails while hx 650w has 52A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4168 View Post
    I need to choose in between these two >>

    1. Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 650watt >>>>can get it for ~10.5K taka

    2. Thermaltake Toughpower XT 675watt >>>>>can get it for ~8.5K taka


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    Both Tough power psu makes the choice tough.

    Second option is better.
    Only advantage of GRAND 650w is 2~3% more efficiency and better look.

    On the other hand Xt has 25w and 4amp(+12v rail ) more @ 2000tk less.
    Other technical specifications,connectors and quality are almost same.

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    As Murrad bhaiya said, no point in getting the Grand over the XT, the difference is not worth it. For the efficiency part, it's not even worth talking, your PC already consumes very less power & the advantage of a higher efficient PSU doesn't warrant it in this case.

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