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    Default GTX 970 - How to choose it's budget PSU which will work fine and ensure safety ?

    Guys I need your help about PSU. Actually need help about two things:
    (1)What budget psu to buy?
    (2)How to check if the psu has the must-have features or not?

    (1)
    Gonna buy a ZOTAC GeForce GTX 970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition. It's price is 34K in UCC. I need to buy a budget psu that'll work fine. My GPU+CPU budget is 39K. Suggest me best PSU to buy in this budget.

    (2)
    Now an official article from msi forum says that 970's minimum power requirements: 28A and a 500W PSU minimum. Here's the link: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article...graphics-cards
    Now here are my questions:
    1. What does it mean by "28A" ?
    2. How/where to check if the psu is in fact "28A" or not?
    3. Is a quality 500/550W psu enough for this GPU?
    4. Any other PSU features to check before buying?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Guys I need your help about PSU. Actually need help about two things:
    (1)What budget psu to buy?
    (2)How to check if the psu has the must-have features or not?

    (1)
    Gonna buy a ZOTAC GeForce GTX 970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition. It's price is 34K in UCC. I need to buy a budget psu that'll work fine. My GPU+CPU budget is 39K. Suggest me best PSU to buy in this budget.

    (2)
    Now an official article from msi forum says that 970's minimum power requirements: 28A and a 500W PSU minimum. Here's the link: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article...graphics-cards
    Now here are my questions:
    1. What does it mean by "28A" ?
    2. How/where to check if the psu is in fact "28A" or not?
    3. Is a quality 500/550W psu enough for this GPU?
    4. Any other PSU features to check before buying?

    Thanks in advance.
    Stick to Good brand such as Cooler master/seasonic/corsair

    avoid Thermaltake and Gigabyte unless you have a very tight budget.

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    28A gpu requirement is complicated afaik... afaik it kinda means like 18A in +12v rail so 20x12=xxx watt then 10A in other rails like +5v blah blah blah i dont understand those... what you need to know the gpu takes 170-230w in full load so you need good 450w psu... but alas we dont have too many good 450w or 500w psu in BD... one is tt tr2 450w or 500w... another is seasonic 500w which will be more costly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    avoid Thermaltake and ..... unless you have a very tight budget.
    vanguard will be furious :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Stick to Good brand such as Cooler master/seasonic/corsair

    avoid Thermaltake and Gigabyte unless you have a very tight budget.
    Some of the corsair PSU's are equally shitty or more shitty than tity stuffs. For example the freaking LP/Smart is better than Corsair VS/CX/CS/TX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Gotokal amar friend ekta Zotac 960 4GB kinse tareo eita dhoray deyar try korsilo Iqbal vai, kahini ki? jhamela ase kono?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post

    Gotokal amar friend ekta Zotac 960 4GB kinse tareo eita dhoray deyar try korsilo Iqbal vai, kahini ki? jhamela ase kono?
    Budget na thakle to ar kisu korar nai re bhai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    28A gpu requirement is complicated afaik... afaik it kinda means like 18A in +12v rail so 20x12=xxx watt then 10A in other rails like +5v blah blah blah i dont understand those... what you need to know the gpu takes 170-230w in full load so you need good 450w psu... but alas we dont have too many good 450w or 500w psu in BD... one is tt tr2 450w or 500w... another is seasonic 500w which will be more costly...

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    vanguard will be furious :v
    try to put in some thought and make short post that makes sense and useful to the readers. Speculating on something you are not fully aware of is far more damaging than not saying anything at all. I will start editing your posts that contains incomplete/incorrect information.

    I really don't need to care who becomes what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Speculating on something you are not fully aware of is far more damaging than not saying anything at all.
    can you explain which thing i said about the ampere/wattage that can harm him?

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    wait a minute... they said 28amp in +12v rail.... since when a 970gtx can take 340w :O :O waatttt

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Some of the corsair PSU's are equally shitty or more shitty than tity stuffs. For example the freaking LP/Smart is better than Corsair VS/CX/CS/TX.
    Tx series ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    Guys I need your help about PSU. Actually need help about two things:
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    (2)How to check if the psu has the must-have features or not?

    (1)
    Gonna buy a ZOTAC GeForce GTX 970 AMP! Extreme Core Edition. It's price is 34K in UCC. I need to buy a budget psu that'll work fine. My GPU+CPU budget is 39K. Suggest me best PSU to buy in this budget.

    (2)
    Now an official article from msi forum says that 970's minimum power requirements: 28A and a 500W PSU minimum. Here's the link: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article...graphics-cards
    Now here are my questions:
    1. What does it mean by "28A" ?
    2. How/where to check if the psu is in fact "28A" or not?
    3. Is a quality 500/550W psu enough for this GPU?
    4. Any other PSU features to check before buying?

    Thanks in advance.
    PSU Name Wattage Price 80+ Certificate +12V Rail/s +12V Max Load OEM Tier
    Cooler Master G500W 500W 6,700/= 80+ Bronze 38A 456W Enhance -
    Seasonic S12II-520 520W 7,000/= 80+ Bronze 20A + 20A 480W Seasonic 2
    Corsair VS550 550W 4,500/= 80+ 42A 504W CWT 4
    Corsair VS650 650W 5,800/= 80+ 50A 600W CWT 4
    Thermaltake TR2 Gold 500W 500W 5,900/= 80+ Gold 41.7A 500W Sirtec -
    Thermaltake TR2 Gold 600W 600W 6,800/= 80+ Gold 50A 600W Sirtec -
    Gigabyte Pulse 650 650W 6,200/= 80+ Bronze 54A 648W ??? -

    This list is based on this.
    Tiers are based on this.
    Prices will vary. I have tried to list relevant PSUs of sub 7K prices.
    Last edited by kaziishan; February 3rd, 2016 at 01:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    can you explain which thing i said about the ampere/wattage that can harm him?

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    wait a minute... they said 28amp in +12v rail.... since when a 970gtx can take 340w :O :O waatttt
    Most of the time people don't even read your long posts, we understand your enthusiasm but you know etto lekha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Tx series ?
    noise issue, voltage regulation is not that good, easily get damaged.

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    GTX970? Get a Titty Smart 630W... done, might cost around 6.6k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    PSU Name Wattage Price 80+ Certificate +12V Rail/s +12V Max Load OEM
    Cooler Master G500W 500W 6,700/= 80+ Bronze 38A 456W Enhance
    Seasonic S12II-520 520W 7,000/= 80+ Bronze 20A + 20A 480W Seasonic
    Corsair VS550 550W 4,500/= 80+ 42A 504W CWT
    Corsair VS650 650W 5,800/= 80+ 50A 600W CWT
    Thermaltake TR2 Gold 500W 500W 5,900/= 80+ Gold 41.7A 500W Sirtec
    Thermaltake TR2 Gold 600W 600W 6,800/= 80+ Gold 50A 600W Sirtec
    Gigabyte Pulse 650 650W 6,200/= 80+ Bronze 54A 648W ???

    This list is based on this.

    Prices will vary. I have tried to list relevant PSUs of sub 7K prices.
    recent tr2 are made by cwt... previous tr2 were made by bad oems...
    pulse oem is seasonic afaik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post

    GTX970? Get a Titty Smart 630W... done, might cost around 6.6k.
    according to psu semi-expert president vanguard smart series is crap. if i remember correctly psu super expert romulus also said they are not good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    recent tr2 are made by cwt
    Newer Bronze TR2 seems to be from CWT and the Gold TR2 seems to be from High Power aka Sirtec.

    Source: http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page680.htm
    Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id...tier-list.html

    I could be wrong though. This is from internet after all .

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Most of the time people don't even read your long posts, we understand your enthusiasm but you know etto lekha

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    noise issue, voltage regulation is not that good, easily get damaged.
    Ez comments & LP/SMART Series is the best in the world
    Last edited by Xperience; February 3rd, 2016 at 02:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post


    according to psu semi-expert president vanguard smart series is crap. if i remember correctly psu super expert romulus also said they are not good.
    Polar tk thakle ami tr2 bronze suggest kortam.

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    So, according to #Kaziishan's info, I think Corsair VS550 & VS650 is good for me???? But are these two PSUs available in UCC ? Where can I find them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    So, according to #Kaziishan's info, I think Corsair VS550 & VS650 is good for me???? But are these two PSUs available in UCC ? Where can I find them?
    According to my source's information, Corsair VS should be your last choice. I have marked the tier 4s which could be available in BD. It is better to avoid these models. (The models without tiers in my chart don't mean they are bad, it means that they have not been added to the source's list yet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Ez comments & LP/SMART Series is the best in the world
    My CX750 is utter 中中, my friend's TX750 is another shitty one, my big brother's RM850 is another example of 中中, so yeah lots of 中中 from Corsair. To me they are over rated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    recent tr2 are made by cwt... previous tr2 were made by bad oems...
    pulse oem is seasonic afaik.

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    according to psu semi-expert president vanguard smart series is crap. if i remember correctly psu super expert romulus also said they are not good.
    Not saying Vanguard is wrong but what I have found is the Smart 530W & 550W have huge issues but the 630W one is pretty good, I know about 10-12 people who are using this one and they are running for about 2-4 years without any issue what so ever. Even my brother uses one and he plays games every day for hours so it has served pretty well I must say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo030 View Post
    So, according to #Kaziishan's info, I think Corsair VS550 & VS650 is good for me???? But are these two PSUs available in UCC ? Where can I find them?
    they are NOTTTTTTTT.

    buy cooler master v series... its expensive i think. or seasonic, or tt tr2

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    My CX750 is utter 中中, my friend's TX750 is another shitty one, my big brother's RM850 is another example of 中中, so yeah lots of 中中 from Corsair. To me they are over rated.
    wat
    wat watttt... whyyy i trusted rm/tx/hx/ax... fail

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    maybe the version they import in BD are different, people said something like that. if i remember correctly romulus bro pointed out the tt lp2 in BD isnt actually the international tt lp2 and corsair vs..... i am not sure

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    *lp1 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    they are NOTTTTTTTT.

    buy cooler master v series... its expensive i think. or seasonic, or tt tr2

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    wat
    wat watttt... whyyy i trusted rm/tx/hx/ax... fail

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    maybe the version they import in BD are different, people said something like that. if i remember correctly romulus bro pointed out the tt lp2 in BD isnt actually the international tt lp2 and corsair vs..... i am not sure

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    *lp1 .
    What do u mean by "tt tr2" ? Sorry for asking noob question. :/

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