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    Default PSU Price List Updated: 14.11.12

    Disclaimer:

    • Product Specification maybe incorrect. Check respective product site for accurate specs.


    • Prices have been collected from different websites and sources. The enlisted price is not the 100% accurate MRP of any individual retailer.
    1. Thermaltake:

    • Thermaltak LitePower 500watt - 4600 (Non 80 PLUS)
    • Thermaltak LitePower Black Edition 500watt - 4800 (Non 80 PLUS | 36A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake TR2 V2 500watt - 6500 (80 PLUS Bronze | 36A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake TR2 V2 600watt - 9200 (80 PLUS Bronze | 50A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake TR2 V2 700watt - 10200 (80 PLUS Bronze | 57A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake TR2 V2 800watt - 11500 (80 PLUS Bronze | 60A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART V2 430watt - 5300 (80Plus | 34A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART V2 530watt - 6300 (80Plus | 38A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART 550watt - 7200 (80Plus Bronze | 42A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART V2 630watt - 7300 (80Plus | 45A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART 650watt - 9000 (80Plus Bronze | 52A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART V2 730watt - 9000 (80Plus | 56A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART 750watt - 11500 (80Plus Bronze | 62A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake SMART 850watt - 13200 (80Plus Bronze | 70A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake XT 675watt - 12000 (80Plus Bronze Certified | 56A @ 12V)
    • Thermaltake ToughPower XT 1275watt - 27000 (80Plus Platinum Certified | 45/65A @ 12V1,2)
    • Thermaltake ToughPower 750watt - 11500 (80Plus Certified | 60A @ 12V Quad Rail)
    • Thermaltake Grand 650watt - 15000 (80Plus Gold Certified | [email protected])
    • Thermaltake Grand 1050watt - 21000 (80Plus Gold Certified | [email protected], [email protected])
    • Thermaltake Grand 1200watt - 24000 (80Plus Gold Certified | [email protected], [email protected])
    • Thermaltake Grand 14750watt - 31000 (80Plus Gold Certified | [email protected], [email protected])



    2. InWin:
    • InWin Commander II 750watt - 11000 (80Plus Bronze Certified | 32A @ 12V1,V2,V3,V4) (Available @ Binary Logic)
    • InWin Commander II 850watt - 13000 (80Plus Bronze Certified | 34A @ 12V1,V2,V3,V4) (Available @ Binary Logic)
    • InWin Commander II 1200watt - 19000 (80Plus Bronze Certified | 40A @ 12V1,V2,V3,V4) (Available @ Binary Logic)



    3. Delta:

    • Delta 400watt - 2700 (Available @ Binary Logic)
    • Delta 650watt - 9300 (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3) (Available @ Binary Logic)



    4. Gigabyte:

    • Gigabyte PowerRock 300watt - 2300 ( 12A @ 12V1, 12V2) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Superb 460watt - 4800 ( 14A @ 12V1, 15A @ 12V2) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Superb 550watt - 5900 (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Superb 570watt - 6400 (80Plus | 17A @ 12V1, 12V2) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Superb 720watt - 7400 (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Odin Pro 800watt - 12000 (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2 | 25A @ 12V3, 12V4) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Odin Pro 1200watt - 23500 (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2 | 25A @ 12V3, 12V4) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)
    • Gigabyte Sumo Power Silver 1200watt - 23000 (80Plus Silver Certified | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2 | 25A @ 12V3, 12V4) (Claimed in Stock @ Smart Technologies)



    5. Cooler Master:

    • Cooler Master GX-450 Watt - 4700 (80 PLUS Bronze | 35A @ 12V) (In Stock @ Binary Logic)
    • Cooler Master GX-550 Watt - 6500 (80 PLUS Bronze | 44A @ 12V) (In Stock @ Binary Logic)
    • Cooler Master GX-650 Watt - 9000 (80 PLUS Bronze | 52A @ 12V (In Stick @ Binary Logic)


    6. Antec:
    • Antec HCG-400 400watt - 7500 (80 PLUS Bronze [upto 88%] | 30A @ 12V) (In Stock @ Ryans Computers)
    • Antec VP-550P V2 NC 550watt - 6900 (80 PLUS Bronze [upto 82%] | 30A @ 12V1 | 30A @ 12V2) (In Stock @ Ryans Computers)
    • Antec VP-450P 450watt - 4400 (80-85% tested efficiency | 30A @ 12V) (In Stock @ Ryans Computers)


    7. Corsair: (Available @ PCWorld Rajshahi & Computer Source)

    • Corsair VS 450 - 4500 BDT (33A @ 12V)
    • Corsair CX 500 V2 - 7000 BDT ( 80 PLUS | 41A @ 12V)
    • Corsair CX 600 V2 - 8000 BDT (80 PLUS)
    • Corsair GS 700 - 12000 BDT (80 PLUS Bronze)
    • Corsair GS 800 - 13000 BDT (80 PLUS Bronze)
    Last edited by Robin Rayhan; November 14th, 2012 at 13:57. Reason: Updated: 06.11.12

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    This is indeed useful information, just add the date on which the data was inquired and it'll be perfect! And wrong section, this oughta be in BG's Pc Buying Help section if I haven't mistaken?

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    Inwin Commander II 750W is going for 11k at Binary Logic. I called them.

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    excellent post... the TT XT x75 series is really good(with CWT and DSG platform) and maybe not worth 12k but definately worth 9k-10k... so the xtra 2k is for shipping and handling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EaGL1337 View Post
    Inwin Commander II 750W is going for 11k at Binary Logic. I called them.
    Amake 13.5K koilo ken? :-\ Biyaddop binary

    650watt o ase. But price vule gesi. :whitsle:
    Last edited by Robin Rayhan; January 17th, 2012 at 22:33.

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    Tomar cheharate probably innocence beshi, or somehow bujte parse j tumi kinte asho nai

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    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    Tomar cheharate probably innocence beshi, or somehow bujte parse j tumi kinte asho nai
    Eita hoite pare, coz I went there a lot, and never end up buying anything. and 101 ta question kori.

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    Why am I not surprised?

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    I hope to update the thread every month... (coz every month at least once IDB jawa hoy)
    I also want to open GPU price list. But thats gonna be lengthy. :S

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    Coldfire7 used to do that.

    These kinda thread is essential.


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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post
    Janina eita apnader kaje ashbe naki. Tao dilam.

    January 2012
    1. Thermatake TP XT 675watt - 12K (80+ Bronze Certified | 56A @ 12V)
    2. Thermaltake SMART 650watt - 10K (80Plus | 53A @ 12V)
    3. InWin Commander 750watt - 11K (80+ Bronze Certified| 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4)
    4. Delta 650watt - 9.3K (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3)
    5. Gigabyte Superb 570watt - 5.5K (80Plus| 17A @ 12V1, 12V2)
    6. Gigabyte Superb 720watt - 6.5K (80Plus| 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4)
    7. ValueTop 600watt - 4.5K (20A @ 12V1, 20A @ 12V2)
    8. ComPro 550watt - 3.2K (15A @ 12V1, 16A @ 12V2)

    Specs provided here are not 100% correct. Please check, product brand site for accurate specs. Prices are not fixed. They may vary everyday. But from now on, I will try to provide the most updated PSU prices in this thread.
    bro 1 and 2 ki market e availablee ..??
    বাট রিমেমবার, জলিল নেভার ডাই, আর মরলেও ডাই এনাদার ডে।

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post
    Janina eita apnader kaje ashbe naki. Tao dilam.

    January 2012
    1. Thermatake TP XT 675watt - 12K (80+ Bronze Certified | 56A @ 12V)
    2. Thermaltake SMART 650watt - 10K (80Plus | 53A @ 12V)
    3. InWin Commander 750watt - 11K (80+ Bronze Certified| 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4)
    4. Delta 650watt - 9.3K (80Plus | 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3)
    5. Gigabyte Superb 570watt - 5.5K (80Plus| 17A @ 12V1, 12V2)
    6. Gigabyte Superb 720watt - 6.5K (80Plus| 18A @ 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4)
    7. ValueTop 600watt - 4.5K (20A @ 12V1, 20A @ 12V2)
    8. ComPro 550watt - 3.2K (15A @ 12V1, 16A @ 12V2)

    Specs provided here are not 100% correct. Please check, product brand site for accurate specs. Prices are not fixed. They may vary everyday. But from now on, I will try to provide the most updated PSU prices in this thread.
    Value Top 600Watt er MRP 6000tk Multiplan.

    ---------- Post added at 14:21 ---------- Previous post was at 14:20 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by izazul.haque View Post
    bro 1 and 2 ki market e availablee ..??
    Yes Bro.

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    Value Top 600W is [email protected]/businessland.

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    ETO dam.................ekhon to angul chusha chara kono goti nai

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRY_ENGINE3 View Post
    Value Top 600Watt er MRP 6000tk Multiplan.
    Bro according to specs, it does not deserve to be 6K. Its not 80+. Amake 4.2K bolsilo actually, but 3 months back. So ekhon barse maybe.

    ---------- Post added at 19:11 ---------- Previous post was at 19:06 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Banglavai View Post
    ETO dam.................ekhon to angul chusha chara kono goti nai
    o,

    Bro, in my opnion, Gigabyte gula best. 80+ so good for 2 years and quad railing. So load erh tension nai. Value for money. Just hope that 4ta railing eh enough watt dey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by izazul.haque View Post
    bro 1 and 2 ki market e availablee ..??
    Yes bro, TT gula ase UCC, hopefully.

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    Gigabyte superb series are the worst power supply units ever! Franky speaking, the total wattage they state is total BS and multirail PSU are much, much inferior than single rail power supplies.

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    Updated: 20/1/2012

    ---------- Post added at 11:10 ---------- Previous post was at 11:07 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    Gigabyte superb series are the worst power supply units ever! Franky speaking, the total wattage they state is total BS and multirail PSU are much, much inferior than single rail power supplies.
    Oo.. Yes. Quad rails are off no use if there is not enough max watt. Thats why I prefer single rail over dual rail. (Since I will never opt. for SLI.)

    @Banglavai - Gigabyte still suggested, if the TDP of your card is within the range of the PSU. But, better brands will mean more comfort.

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    LOL, Superb series sucks big times.
    NOt recommended at all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    LOL, Superb series sucks big times.
    NOt recommended at all.
    Ok. I though Gigabyte would provide good PSU. Maybe not.

    @Banglavai - Go for InWin or Delta then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post
    Ok. I though Gigabyte would provide good PSU. Maybe not.
    Gigabyte's high end PSUs are awesome[i.e. ODIN/ODIN PRO series]

    But Superb is just waste of money.
    And I don't think they're 80+ in any way :/


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