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    Cool Need To buy a 650W PSU within 10K

    I wanna buy a 650W PSU within 10K. I have already have a look at Binary Logic and UCC. They have Delta EX Series 650W(Binary Logic) and Thermaltake Smart Series 650W(UCC) with is 9.5K and 10K respectively. Here is their link:

    http://www.delta.com.tw/product/ps/s...B_20081117.pdf
    http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001819

    So I need advice to Buy a PSU within these two, also if you have any other suggestion I will appreciate it.

    So the 650W Smart on ethat UCC sells originally is here:

    http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001819
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    Both are good. You can take either of them.
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    There was a TT smart 650W, that one 's better than this 630W that u 've mentioned here. Not for the extra 20watts, a lot of other things. Actually it's the best make in the Smart series offering from TT, better built than the 750W Smart.
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    I suggest getting the SMART one, cos it has 2 6+2 pin connectors, which are required if you want to power a GTX 570 or sth bigger than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    There was a TT smart 650W, that one 's better than this 630W that u 've mentioned here. Not for the extra 20watts, a lot of other things. Actually it's the best make in the Smart series offering from TT, better built than the 750W Smart.
    Bhai Smart to 650W nai, only 630W then 730W & 750W.... Have a Look:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Category.aspx?C=1264

    TR2 RX Cable Management & Toughpower Grand has 650W PSU... can you say plz which is better: TT one or Delta one?

    here is TR2 RX Cable Management page:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1264&ID=1908

    ---------- Post added at 11:27 ---------- Previous post was at 11:23 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    I suggest getting the SMART one, cos it has 2 6+2 pin connectors, which are required if you want to power a GTX 570 or sth bigger than that.
    Delta er 6-Pin PCI-E 2ta ase.... eita ki GTX570 e cholbo na? themraltaker dekhlam (6+2) Pin PCI-E.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit Pramanik View Post
    Bhai Smart to 650W nai, only 630W then 730W & 750W.... Have a Look:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Category.aspx?C=1264

    TR2 RX Cable Management & Toughpower Grand has 650W PSU... can you say plz which is better: TT one or Delta one?

    here is TR2 RX Cable Management page:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1264&ID=1908

    ---------- Post added at 11:27 ---------- Previous post was at 11:23 ----------



    Delta er 6-Pin PCI-E 2ta ase.... eita ki GTX570 e cholbo na? themraltaker dekhlam (6+2) Pin PCI-E.....
    Thermaltake USA na, TT global site e dekho, there is a 650W modular system that comes with FLAT CABLES!!! It used to be available in UCC too last month, i don 't know if their inventory still has it.
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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit Pramanik View Post
    Bhai Smart to 650W nai, only 630W then 730W & 750W.... Have a Look:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Category.aspx?C=1264

    TR2 RX Cable Management & Toughpower Grand has 650W PSU... can you say plz which is better: TT one or Delta one?

    here is TR2 RX Cable Management page:

    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1264&ID=1908

    ---------- Post added at 11:27 ---------- Previous post was at 11:23 ----------
    Delta er 6-Pin PCI-E 2ta ase.... eita ki GTX570 e cholbo na? themraltaker dekhlam (6+2) Pin PCI-E.....
    if you can manage the grand 650w then forget everything else. smart 650w is a good cost effective modular unit...delta EX-650w's build quality is good too but non-modular. although better than hec made smart 630w(non-modular) & tr2 rx 650w........

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    Adata 650w global e available silo 10din ageo... ~9k
    global e na paile multiplan e khoj niyen... peye jaben...
    http://www.adata-group.com/index.php...&cid=4&piid=94


    Adata 850w 10.5k at pc carnival uttara (ami nije kinsi 10din age)
    http://www.adata.com.tw/index.php?ac...&cid=4&piid=92

    delta 650 ~9.5k blogic
    tt 675w tough power 11.5-12k ucc (overpriced i think)
    gigabyte odin pro 800w 11k onix/ryans


    i suggest adata 650w... if global wants more than 9k for it... then search for it in multiplan,some guy bought it for only 8.5k 3weeks ago!

    ---------- Post added at 16:22 ---------- Previous post was at 16:17 ----------

    Note: adata e http://www.adata-group.com/index.php...&cid=4&piid=94 2x8pin(6+2) vga cable ase so 6970 chalano jabe....

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    Default xfx pro 650w

    what about xfx pro 650w core edtion....it should be around 9k......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumit Pramanik View Post
    Delta er 6-Pin PCI-E 2ta ase.... eita ki GTX570 e cholbo na? themraltaker dekhlam (6+2) Pin PCI-E.....
    Most GTX 570s need one 8 pin & one 6 pin power connector, so delta ta problem korbe. R 580 te 2ta 8pin lage.

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    as far i know xfx pro 650w or adata 650w diye 580 chalano possible

    ---------- Post added at 15:49 ---------- Previous post was at 15:48 ----------

    r adata 850w diye 580sli chalano mone hoy possible...

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    Hey can anyone tell me what 600W+ units are available here with prices if possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Hey can anyone tell me what 600W+ units are available here with prices if possible?
    adata 650w ~9k
    delta 650w ~9.5k
    adata 850w ~10.5k
    gigabyte odin pro 800w 11k
    tt toughpower 675w 11-12k

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    Which 1 do you guys prefer:

    AData 650 watt
    Thermaltake Smart 650 watt

    I would really appreciate a fast reply & do mention the reason for your answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by craNIUM View Post
    Which 1 do you guys prefer:

    AData 650 watt
    Thermaltake Smart 650 watt

    I would really appreciate a fast reply & do mention the reason for your answer
    i support adata 650w...
    cant show any major reason, faltu reason r these-

    tt 650w can provide upto 52amp in +12v rail http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001819 where adata 650w http://www.adata-group.com/index.php...&cid=4&piid=94 can upto 53amp

    smart is not the best series of tt,toughpower is

    currently i'm using adata


    Note: both are modular but adata 650w comes with 2x8pin gpu connector where tt smart 4x8pin pcie connector

    ---------- Post added at 00:16 ---------- Previous post was at 00:15 ----------

    tagging @XLR8 bro apnar adata 650w e gpu connector koyta?

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    frm adata u can also assume ur load on the psu..as the led colour changes with the amnt of wattage needed by ur systen..
    So this one is a good side dat u dnt need to buy any xtra device ur pwr consumption..
    Im also prefrng adata one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pre View Post
    frm adata u can also assume ur load on the psu..as the led colour changes with the amnt of wattage needed by ur systen..
    So this one is a good side dat u dnt need to buy any xtra device ur pwr consumption..
    Im also prefrng adata one..
    true that... amar casing e led fan kinte hobe na r... psu led enough

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