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    Lightbulb Suggest a UPS

    Budget is 3~5k

    i really dont like the beeping Sound!
    may increase the budget, if its worth...

    Most of the time it will just power my Router and ONU device

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    bump!

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    power guard 1200va from global. cost me about 5k. my configuration is similar to yours (gtx970).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    power guard 1200va from global. cost me about 5k. my configuration is similar to yours (gtx970).
    when does it start beeping?
    how long hove you been using it? backup times?

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    it does not beep just a humming sound like ips when power goes out. using it for close to six months probably. never checked full backup time-the most probably 5-8 minutes while in game to get to save point that is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    it does not beep just a humming sound like ips when power goes out. using it for close to six months probably. never checked full backup time-the most probably 5-8 minutes while in game to get to save point that is all.
    can you post some pictures

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    I am using PowerTree 1250VA. Bought from superior Electronics. Changed the batter few months back. Rig Description in my profile gadget. Can go 15+ minutes before frequent beeping. Never tasted full backup time. Cost was around 4.5k.
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    I'm looking for a UPS as well. My powertree died just over a year after buying. :/ Any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    I'm looking for a UPS as well. My powertree died just over a year after buying. :/ Any recommendations?
    Get the batteries replaced from Startech or any other shop. Think it's like 900/= per battery, can't remember exact. It'll be way cheaper than buying new. And whatever new UPS you buy, it's only gonna run for just over a year before the batteries die again- so its no use

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    What are the chances? I am also looking for a UPS. Loadingshedding on the rise. Don't want my system fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRazerK View Post
    Get the batteries replaced from Startech or any other shop. Think it's like 900/= per battery, can't remember exact. It'll be way cheaper than buying new. And whatever new UPS you buy, it's only gonna run for just over a year before the batteries die again- so its no use
    do you know how much is battery for 650va and 1200va ups? i think i have an old 650 unused lying around here somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRazerK View Post
    Get the batteries replaced from Startech or any other shop. Think it's like 900/= per battery, can't remember exact. It'll be way cheaper than buying new. And whatever new UPS you buy, it's only gonna run for just over a year before the batteries die again- so its no use
    Actually the circuitry died somehow, took it to superior almost immediately, they checked and said that replacement of circuitry will cost around 2k. The batteries are fine I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    do you know how much is battery for 650va and 1200va ups? i think i have an old 650 unused lying around here somewhere....
    Can't remember exactly. I just read it in facebook someone posting about it. As far as I remember he said it cost him around 900/= for each of the two 600va batteries for his 1200va ups from Startech

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    Actually the circuitry died somehow, took it to superior almost immediately, they checked and said that replacement of circuitry will cost around 2k. The batteries are fine I think.
    Mine had its circuit killed by a "violent" brownout-surge combo created by our beloved PDB. Superior sold the whole circuit board to me for 1.3k, I replaced it myself, then the battery lasted another year. Replaced batteries recently, and the UPS is as good as new again.

    But if you want to buy new, buy the power guard one, only because it doesn't beep (had to wake up today because of a beeping UPS).

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