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    Default Difference between cheap and brand PSU

    ami recently ekta gpu kenar chinat korsi kintu ejonne amar PSU kenaw proyojon.
    Tobe amar budget onek simito tai psu te temon khoroch kora kothi hoe jabe.
    bazare kisu sholpo prizer PSU dekhlam (500W=1k forgot the name )
    eta use korle ki dhoroner prob hote pare?
    ektu detailse bolle valo hoe,onek chintae asi vi

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    500W cheap PSU = GPU TDP>65W == BOOM! simple enough
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Well,the first problem will be its efficiency.That means you will get much less wattage than 500w.So rest of it will be converted into heat which will not be good for the system.If u have no other choice,before buying that psu you should make sure it has enough amperege in the +12v rail.(may be25-30A).You will find these info on body of that particular psu.Although most of the time the manufacturer does't give the right information.
    Last edited by Gladiator'; January 29th, 2012 at 03:24.

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    Cheap er vitor Delux er original psu gula valo. But valo ekta gpu chalate gele pc kaboom hobe
    5k budget hole valo 500W/550W psu paba.

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    budget kom thakle..go for 2nd hands...post in the buy/sell section for a 430W and above psu...
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    ami recently ekta gpu kenar chinat korsi kintu ejonne amar PSU kenaw proyojon.
    Tobe amar budget onek simito tai psu te temon khoroch kora kothi hoe jabe.
    bazare kisu sholpo prizer PSU dekhlam (500W=1k forgot the name )
    eta use korle ki dhoroner prob hote pare?
    ektu detailse bolle valo hoe,onek chintae asi vi
    cheap psu gulor rated wattage mostly fake thake, for example a cheap 500w psu could hardly provide 200w, another thing is psu'r components gulo non reliable and cheap(kom dami thake), which can fail on u without any notice, eibar ashi efficiency'r baper e, electricity Bill niye jodi apnar kono problem na thake then u do not have to worry about it, these psu draws more power then required from wall socket and the wasted power converted into heat, bhalo brand er psu gulo tested thake about 50c operating temperature, er upore beshi heat generate korle efficiency komte thake, psu heated hoi mainly when system require rated or more then rated wattage from the capability of psu, mane in shot when psu is working to its full potential or more then that heat buildup quickly, and components gulo week hote thake by time and in the end KaaaBooom....So apnar cheap PSU tar real wattage capability jodi hoi 200w and u brought that psu knowing that its 500w, so when system draws more then 200w for long time from that psu…………ki hobe asha kori bujhte parchen, for longevity we alwayz suggest few higher wattage psu then the users system require, so that psu run cooler and loooong happy usage, akhon apnaar system er peak wattage jodi 350w hoi then its wiser to grab a 400w psu to give the psu a lil headroom......

    main thing is investing in a good psu will lead to healthier, efficient and long lasting system, as this is the main component which is feeding power to ur expensive system, if u are compromising in this = u r compromising ur whole system...

    thank u...

    Calling up @Mahfuz for further clarification..

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    cheap psu gulor rated wattage mostly fake thake, for example a cheap 500w psu could hardly provide 200w, another thing is psu'r components gulo non reliable and cheap(kom dami thake), which can fail on u without any notice, eibar ashi efficiency'r baper e, electricity Bill niye jodi apnar kono problem na thake then u do not have to worry about it, these psu draws more power then required from wall socket and the wasted power converted into heat, bhalo brand er psu gulo tested thake about 50c operating temperature, er upore beshi heat generate korle efficiency komte thake, psu heated hoi mainly when system require rated or more then rated wattage from the capability of psu, mane in shot when psu is working to its full potential or more then that heat buildup quickly, and components gulo week hote thake by time and in the end KaaaBooom....So apnar cheap PSU tar real wattage capability jodi hoi 200w and u brought that psu knowing that its 500w, so when system draws more then 200w for long time from that psu…………ki hobe asha kori bujhte parchen, for longevity we alwayz suggest few higher wattage psu then the users system require, so that psu run cooler and loooong happy usage, akhon apnaar system er peak wattage jodi 350w hoi then its wiser to grab a 400w psu to give the psu a lil headroom...... main thing is investing in a good psu will lead to healthier, efficient and long lasting system, as this is the main component which is feeding power to ur expensive system, if u are compromising in this = u r compromising ur whole system... thank u... Calling up @Mahfuz for further clarification..
    bro ami TT litepower 500watt use kori. Er ageh ekta generic space psu chilo(came along wid d casing). TT psu tar 80cm fan er speed oneek kom. Shei tulonae ager generic psu er fan ta 2 times better airflow dito. Amar ki generic psu er fan ta TT psu e lagano uchit hobe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_wave View Post
    bro ami TT litepower 500watt use kori. Er ageh ekta generic space psu chilo(came along wid d casing). TT psu tar 80cm fan er speed oneek kom. Shei tulonae ager generic psu er fan ta 2 times better airflow dito. Amar ki generic psu er fan ta TT psu e lagano uchit hobe?
    PSu gulo te mainly bhalo brand er gulo te fan er shathe PSU'r sensor configure kora thake, temp buildup hole rpm bare to cool the components up, so apnar non brand psu'r rpm beshi houer 2ta reason thakte pare, 1. oitate kono heat sensor nai and rotating at fixed speed and 2. that psu is running at its full potential and heating up and thus fan is rotating at full speed to cool it down,

    about thermal take psu u mentioned again maybe its spinning at lower speed coz the temperature of the psu is relatively low(not running at its full rated wattage)...

    so..i think its not a good idea to swap the fans unless u have broken it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    PSu gulo te mainly bhalo brand er gulo te fan er shathe PSU'r sensor configure kora thake, temp buildup hole rpm bare to cool the components up, so apnar non brand psu'r rpm beshi houer 2ta reason thakte pare, 1. oitate kono heat sensor nai and rotating at fixed speed and 2. that psu is running at its full potential and heating up and thus fan is rotating at full speed to cool it down,about thermal take psu u mentioned again maybe its spinning at lower speed coz the temperature of the psu is relatively low(not running at its full rated wattage)...so..i think its not a good idea to swap the fans unless u have broken it..
    you are r8, man! Thnx. Amr system er khub ekta power lageona. Cpu tdp 65w, gpu tdp 61w. Tai psu ta te load kom porae fan rpm besi hoitesena mone hoe.

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    Bros,my frnd's cpu's(pdc e2200) max tdp 65w and gpu's(hd5670ddr5) tdp max 61-65w.he runs with a generic 400w psu.is it safe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Bros,my frnd's cpu's(pdc e2200) max tdp 65w and gpu's(hd5670ddr5) tdp max 61-65w.he runs with a generic 400w psu.is it safe?
    Not even a mobile charger is safe with a generic psu (considering that you are powering up the charger from that psu somehow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_wave View Post
    Not even a mobile charger is safe with a generic psu (considering that you are powering up the charger from that psu somehow)
    pura illogical kotha... MCtavish er jei system bollo eita easily cholbe generic psu diye...5670 doesn't need brand psu...kinle bhalo but na kinle high risk hobe emon kono kotha nai...the normal value top PSUs would be more than enough.
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    Thanks a lot for all your response.
    I'm really convinced about buying a brand PSU.
    so if i buy HD6770 or GTX550ti then which PSU will be sufficient?(please keep the economical problem in mind)

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Thanks a lot for all your response.
    I'm really convinced about buying a brand PSU.
    so if i buy HD6770 or GTX550ti then which PSU will be sufficient?(please keep the economical problem in mind)
    imo TT 430W lite would be ur cheap+safe bet here... i've used my 430W with 5770/6770 /6790(was risky on this one)
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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Thanks a lot for all your response.
    I'm really convinced about buying a brand PSU.
    so if i buy HD6770 or GTX550ti then which PSU will be sufficient?(please keep the economical problem in mind)
    I'm using a delta 400W(2600tk) with the Ecs 550ti..no prob so faar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xTypIcaL.saIyaNx View Post
    I'm using a delta 400W(2600tk) with the Ecs 550ti..no prob so faar.
    That Delta 400W Power supply is a steal for it's price.

    ---------- Post added at 07:27 ---------- Previous post was at 07:21 ----------

    @Rajmi what @Dark_wave said isn't totally illogical, these cheapo PSU should be able to power the system just fine, but in the long run (like about a year and a half or so) the efficiency of the power supply will decrease, which could lead to the death of a component, it is often seen that mid range/low end graphics cards tend to die after a period of 1 and a half year or so, the generic ~el cheapo~ psu are responsible for the deaths of these Gpus mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajmi View Post
    pura illogical kotha... MCtavish er jei system bollo eita easily cholbe generic psu diye...5670 doesn't need brand psu...kinle bhalo but na kinle high risk hobe emon kono kotha nai...the normal value top PSUs would be more than enough.
    bro amr ekta experience share kori. Plz Take no offense. Amaro 5670 gpu r c2d cpu. Ageh generic psu e chilo. Kono jhamela hotona. Ekdin dvd burn korte gesilam ekta pop-up box aslo jetate lekha chilo ja kisuta emon chilo "optical drive sufficient power pacchena". Tokhn ami gpu remove kore pc chalu krlam r abar dvd burn korte dilam, tokhn holo. Bujhen bro!!! Optical drive er 15-25watt lage burn er jonno. Generic psu ta setai provide korte parlona!

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    So HD6770 or GTX550ti er jonne cheapest sufficient PSU konta hobe & price koto hobe?
    I'm buying PSU before GPU so need your help guyz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_wave View Post
    bro amr ekta experience share kori. Plz Take no offense. Amaro 5670 gpu r c2d cpu. Ageh generic psu e chilo. Kono jhamela hotona. Ekdin dvd burn korte gesilam ekta pop-up box aslo jetate lekha chilo ja kisuta emon chilo "optical drive sufficient power pacchena". Tokhn ami gpu remove kore pc chalu krlam r abar dvd burn korte dilam, tokhn holo. Bujhen bro!!! Optical drive er 15-25watt lage burn er jonno. Generic psu ta setai provide korte parlona!
    apnar PSU tahole onek e kharap chilo...amar ta diye ami 3 ta HDD+ optical drive chalaisi almost 1yr (tarpor upgrade korsi system)

    @arefinzz read the above posts...recommend kora hoise...
    when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!

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