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    I am willing to buy Antec NeoEco 550M 550 Watt 80 PLUS Bronze Semi Modular Power Supply.Is this Power Supply good and will it work properly with my PC?Or should I buy something else? Suggest me some PSU within Taka 6K. Thanks.

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    antec neo should be fine and would work perfectly with your pc

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    Antec NeoEco will do the job pretty fine, if you want another option then Thermaltake TR2 500W Gold is there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Antec NeoEco will do the job pretty fine, if you want another option then Thermaltake TR2 500W Gold is there
    Haven't find good reviews about Thermaltake TR2 500W.

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    because thermaltake is a trash company and you should definitely avoid tr2 series

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    because thermaltake is a trash company and you should definitely avoid tr2 series
    Why always mixed the other units with the crappy SE & Litepower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Why always mixed the other units with the crappy SE & Litepower
    tbh without tough power not a single unite from thermaltake is actually good , not even the TR2 series but if you are building a pc which hardly consume 300w then sure tr2 might work out but for higher end builds i would never suggest anyone to go for tr2 , SE or even litepower . they are like bombs anytime can be boom or might not in years but why should you take risk anyway

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    Halka OT: Antec neo eco or truepower, which one is generally better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    tbh without tough power not a single unite from thermaltake is actually good , not even the TR2 series but if you are building a pc which hardly consume 300w then sure tr2 might work out but for higher end builds i would never suggest anyone to go for tr2 , SE or even litepower . they are like bombs anytime can be boom or might not in years but why should you take risk anyway
    His Config:
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    That's why I recommend him TR2 Gold

    For High end Gaming Rig I will always prefer Seasonic PSU or other PSU brands that comes with Japanese capacitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    His Config:
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    That's why I recommend him TR2 Gold

    For High end Gaming Rig I will always prefer Seasonic PSU or other PSU brands that comes with Japanese capacitor.
    well seasonic unites stopped coming in bangladesh for like years now and the chances of coming in the future is dime like xfx psus in 2009-10 . tbh when some one is on budget and goes for budget build (which something the OP actually going for i suppose) there is always a chance to build something better in the future . so it might seems ok now but might not may be in the future ? like what if he actually buys gtx 1070 or may be rx 580? then sure he will need to buy a better psu on that particular time may be? so isn't it better to buy a good psu for now which thermaltake isn't but will be decent enough for the future purposes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    Halka OT: Antec neo eco or truepower, which one is generally better?

    Neo eco ashole oder smart psu er rebrand product like cooler master lite series rebrand product of B series . True power is expensive one and is better and has modular afik . true power can be compared to toughpower , corsair AX or cooler master V series

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    well seasonic unites stopped coming in bangladesh for like years now and the chances of coming in the future is dime like xfx psus in 2009-10 . tbh when some one is on budget and goes for budget build (which something the OP actually going for i suppose) there is always a chance to build something better in the future . so it might seems ok now but might not may be in the future ? like what if he actually buys gtx 1070 or may be rx 580? then sure he will need to buy a better psu on that particular time may be? so isn't it better to buy a good psu for now which thermaltake isn't but will be decent enough for the future purposes?
    Isn't Global Brand the distributor of Seasonic. i saw some Seasonic PSUs a month ago in their shop.

    Why he/she should buy 1070/580 when FX6300 can't utilise the GPU properly. Getting a whole setup upgrade is better consideration with brand new PSU alongside with GPU.

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