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    Default Help post!!! Psu suggestion required

    HELP POST!!! PSU SUGGESTION REQUIRED.


    Please Recommend a psu within 8k (max 9k) for this system.


    CPU: i5 3470 3.2ghz (will upgrade to i7 7700k or AMD ZEN)
    GPU: ZOTAC GTX 1080 Amp! Extreme
    MB: Asus B75 (will buy Z270 or zen board)
    RAM: 8gb ddr3 (will buy 16gb ddr4)


    Current PSU: Thermaltake litepower 700w (want to upgrade)


    Preferred brands: Antec, cooler master, corsair, tt

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    Ah get a TT Toughpower or Seasonic? I mean you'll only need 600W PSU. I think that'll cost like 6-7K

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    technically those cheap antec 550w would do. but if you want to be safer then seasonic 520w?

    i dont think this pc takes anything higher than 370w. green team ftw

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    Haswell Ready PSU List

    Quote Originally Posted by EximoJul 18, 2016, 3:37 PM
    Haswell and Skylake processors are very very low power CPUs at idle. If they are the main power draw in the system (A system with only a core series chip and maybe a single SSD or harddrive the system will draw very little power while booting)
    While decent power supplies can provide appropriate voltage at 'no-load' conditions, many cannot, and a system could potentially fail POST due to too high or low voltage being supplied the PC. Or may damage components. PSUs are built to be efficient between 50-80% load.
    Further to this, many older power supplies also need to have a balanced output. With those supplies you must draw relational amounts of 12V, 5V and 3.3V. If one is underloaded this can also lead to poor voltage output. These power supplies are generally the tier 4 and 5 supplies you see with wildly inflated outputs. It is because they are including the maximum output of all rails simultaneously, which is almost never possible.
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    Antec currently provides the best bang for the buck Chassis and PSUs in Bangladesh. Get a 600W Antec and you can live without any worries for the next 5 years at least unless something goes terribly wrong.

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    The new warranty period is effective for all the models.


    Product Series
    New Warranty Period
    Toughpower XT Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Digital Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Standard Series
    5 Years
    Smart Power Digital Series
    7 Years
    Smart Power SE Series
    3 Years
    TR2 Series
    3 Years
    Litepower New Series
    2 Years
    Litepower Black (old) Series
    2 Years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Antec currently provides the best bang for the buck Chassis and PSUs in Bangladesh. Get a 600W Antec and you can live without any worries for the next 5 years at least unless something goes terribly wrong.
    There has also been a massive price reduction in all of our psu models.

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    ^I have to disagree with the GPU pricing tho. Sapphire 480 is not worth spending 30K over

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    The new warranty period is effective for all the models.


    Product Series
    New Warranty Period
    Toughpower XT Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Digital Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Standard Series
    5 Years
    Smart Power Digital Series
    7 Years
    Smart Power SE Series
    3 Years
    TR2 Series
    3 Years
    Litepower New Series
    2 Years
    Litepower Black (old) Series
    2 Years
    does this apply for previously bought gpus? like 6months old gpus? or new purchases only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    does this apply for previously bought gpus? like 6months old gpus? or new purchases only?
    All the purchase done after 25th October 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Antec currently provides the best bang for the buck Chassis and PSUs in Bangladesh. Get a 600W Antec and you can live without any worries for the next 5 years at least unless something goes terribly wrong.
    If i go with antec which 600w model should i choose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    The new warranty period is effective for all the models.


    Product Series
    New Warranty Period
    Toughpower XT Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Digital Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Grand Series
    7 Years
    Toughpower Standard Series
    5 Years
    Smart Power Digital Series
    7 Years
    Smart Power SE Series
    3 Years
    TR2 Series
    3 Years
    Litepower New Series
    2 Years
    Litepower Black (old) Series
    2 Years

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    There has also been a massive price reduction in all of our psu models.
    What's difference between TP Grand digital and smart power digital series? can i measure and monitor system power consumption with these digital psus using app?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANGEL447 View Post
    What's difference between TP Grand digital and smart power digital series? can i measure and monitor system power consumption with these digital psus using app?
    Both are digital. But in terms of quality, TP Grand Digital is the best. The OEM of Grand Digital is Enhance, and for Smart Digital, it is CWT. And yes, you can measure, monitor and control system power consumption with the app and even from your smartphone.

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