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    Default PSU buyng help

    1) Corsair Professional Series HX750Watt
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    2) Corsair Enthusiast Series TX850Watt V2
    or
    3) Corsair Enthusiast Series TX750Watt V2
    or
    4) Corsair Gaming Series GS800Watt

    Which 1 is good for gaming? I will change my delta 550 watt.

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    Corsair Professional Series HX750Watt...damn good PSU and also 80+ silver certified

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    The HX = modular design, TX = clutter of cables. If the PSU is meant for your system in the sig, then a HX750W is plenty.
    Last edited by dipanzan; January 24th, 2012 at 16:19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRONHIDE View Post
    1) Corsair Professional Series HX750Watt
    or
    2) Corsair Enthusiast Series TX850Watt V2
    or
    3) Corsair Enthusiast Series TX750Watt V2
    or
    4) Corsair Gaming Series GS800Watt

    Which 1 is good for gaming? I will change my delta 550 watt.

    depends on your need...all of them are great psu's. HX-750 is modular & slightly more efficient, where TX-850 has 100W more in +12v rail(its the exact same unit as the XFX Pro 850W Core Edition)...GS are good too but not comparable to TX/HX series..
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 24th, 2012 at 19:16.

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    Corsair Professional HX series is indeed a cool series to have with.Currently i am having HX650W.It is running silently & the looks is also awesome.It should be the best choice within ur options.But dont go for gaming series as it has some bad public reviews.HX or TX are both have very good public reviews.Go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    The HX = modular design, TX = clutter of cables. If the PSU is meant for your system in the sig, then a HX750W is plenty.
    Bro, ami nw msi gtx 560 ti chalacchi, 2 month por sli korbo, so duita 560 ti chalanor jonno kon gpu ta vhalo hobe? TX ki vhalo na??

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRONHIDE View Post
    Bro, ami nw msi gtx 560 ti chalacchi, 2 month por sli korbo, so duita 560 ti chalanor jonno kon gpu ta vhalo hobe? TX ki vhalo na??
    The TX/HX are usually from the same platform, just that one's modular & the other's ones not. For two GTX560Ti(s) a HX750 is enough, you can buy the TX850, as @nonymous bhaiya pointed out that the TX has a 100A on the 12V, which would easily last you a few decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    The TX/HX are usually from the same platform, just that one's modular & the other's ones not. For two GTX560Ti(s) a HX750 is enough, you can buy the TX850, as @nonymous bhaiya pointed out that the TX has a 100A on the 12V, which would easily last you a few decades.
    its not 100A actually. tx-850w has 70A/840w which is ~100w more than 62A of hx-750w....

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    HDD e bad sector porse kina, eta bujhar upay ki?

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