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    Default Gigabyte Superb E720W VS Thermaltake Smart M650W for Gigabyte GTX560 (Non Ti or OC)

    Hey guys!! I recently bought a Gigabyte GTX560 (Non Ti or OC). My current configuration is Intel Core i7 870 2.93 GHz, Intel DH55TC Motherboard, 4GB RAM, 1 TB Samsung HDD, an ASUS DVD-ROM & built in sound card.

    Now I need a good PSU. So between these two, which one is better?
    Gigabyte Superb E720W or Thermaltake Smart M650W. Please be a little specific. Keep in mind that I am not going to overclock or use SLI. Thanks.

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    take the TT Smart. Dont ever buy a Gigabyte superb series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    take the TT Smart. Dont ever buy a Gigabyte superb series.
    OK thanks! Can you tell me what is the difference between Thermaltake Smart & Thermaltake Tough? The price difference between Thermaltake Smart 650W & tough 650W is about Tk.2000 (I think).

    And by the way, what is so bad about Gigabyte SuperB? I read some negative comments about this PSU in another banglagamer thread. I mean, how bad could it really be!! Just curious.

    Thanks again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    OK thanks! Can you tell me what is the difference between Thermaltake Smart & Thermaltake Tough? The price difference between Thermaltake Smart 650W & tough 650W is about Tk.2000 (I think).

    And by the way, what is so bad about Gigabyte SuperB? I read some negative comments about this PSU in another banglagamer thread. I mean, how bad could it really be!! Just curious.

    Thanks again...
    All of the Negative comments are true. Efficiency and power drawing is the main issue of GB Superb series. And The very important thing is +12V rail. A Single +12v rail BRAND PSU is always better.

    Dont know much about toughpower. TT Toughpower may give high efficiency at full load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    A Single +12v rail BRAND PSU is always better.
    Not necessarily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Not necessarily.
    In most cases unless you are running a 700w+ psu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Hey guys!! I recently bought a Gigabyte GTX560 (Non Ti or OC). My current configuration is Intel Core i7 870 2.93 GHz, Intel DH55TC Motherboard, 4GB RAM, 1 TB Samsung HDD, an ASUS DVD-ROM & built in sound card.

    Now I need a good PSU. So between these two, which one is better?
    Gigabyte Superb E720W or Thermaltake Smart M650W. Please be a little specific. Keep in mind that I am not going to overclock or use SLI. Thanks.
    even tt smart 550w is better than that Superb 720w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Hey guys!! I recently bought a Gigabyte GTX560 (Non Ti or OC). My current configuration is Intel Core i7 870 2.93 GHz, Intel DH55TC Motherboard, 4GB RAM, 1 TB Samsung HDD, an ASUS DVD-ROM & built in sound card.

    Now I need a good PSU. So between these two, which one is better?
    Gigabyte Superb E720W or Thermaltake Smart M650W. Please be a little specific. Keep in mind that I am not going to overclock or use SLI. Thanks.
    u can go for the Thermaltake smart 550w.....650w is unnecessary for a 560 no ti
    off topic: I think its high tym that u update ur gadget section..:/


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    Thanks for all the advice guys. I honestly appreciate it. And as per suggestions from you guys, I just bought the Thermaltake Smart M650W. (neither 550W Tough or smart version were available at IDB). And I think having the extra power will probably be better in the long run when I have to add or change any components.

    And again guys, Thanks a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Thanks for all the advice guys. I honestly appreciate it. And as per suggestions from you guys, I just bought the Thermaltake Smart M650W. (neither 550W Tough or smart version were available at IDB). And I think having the extra power will probably be better in the long run when I have to add or change any components.

    And again guys, Thanks a lot...
    How much did it cost you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Thanks for all the advice guys. I honestly appreciate it. And as per suggestions from you guys, I just bought the Thermaltake Smart M650W. (neither 550W Tough or smart version were available at IDB). And I think having the extra power will probably be better in the long run when I have to add or change any components.

    And again guys, Thanks a lot...
    I went IDB yesterday along with @Hamilton @MaDDy @Ranger , 550w Smart was available at UCC at 7k.

    And about the extra power you mentioned, remember that newer components are getting more and more energy efficient day by day, so they will consume even less power than todays components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nafis087 View Post
    How much did it cost you?
    10,000/= tk

    He wasted 3,000/= more for so called 100watt........ lolzzzzzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    I went IDB yesterday along with @Hamilton @MaDDy @Ranger , 550w Smart was available at UCC at 7k.

    And about the extra power you mentioned, remember that newer components are getting more and more energy efficient day by day, so they will consume even less power than todays components.

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    10,000/= tk

    He wasted 3,000/= more for so called 100watt........ lolzzzzzzzzzz
    Quote Originally Posted by nafis087 View Post
    How much did it cost you?
    Tk.9500. And I didn't get it from UCC. I stoped buying from UCC long time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenight View Post
    Tk.9500. And I didn't get it from UCC. I stoped buying from UCC long time ago.
    UCC imports TT products in BD. Now if anything happens, revolve is twice. If i have to buy a TT/MSI/Sapphire etc products i believe in direct dealings with UCC. UCC RMA te amar choto ekta oviggota theke eta shekha Remember this it may help u in future buying of ucc products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
    UCC imports TT products in BD. Now if anything happens, revolve is twice. If i have to buy a TT/MSI/Sapphire etc products i believe in direct dealings with UCC. UCC RMA te amar choto ekta oviggota theke eta shekha Remember this it may help u in future buying of ucc products.
    Computer Source also brings MSI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Computer Source also brings MSI.
    oh yes. forgot it . but ucc er moto mass amount na may be.

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    The Cooler Master GX 550 watt is a way more rated PSU than thermaltake or any other available PSU in BD in the 500-600watt range....go for that one it'll cost about 6.5k!

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    ^ .it's good but tt smart 550w or an antec (something)550 is better.althouh the gx can handle cards like hd 7950/gtx 680.

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    ^ .it's good but tt smart 550w or an antec (something)550 is better.althouh the gx can handle cards like hd 7950/gtx 680.

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    Go for the Smart one

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    Quote Originally Posted by XARIF View Post
    The Cooler Master GX 550 watt is a way more rated PSU than thermaltake or any other available PSU in BD in the 500-600watt range....go for that one it'll cost about 6.5k!
    Quote Originally Posted by FUNNY MAGNET View Post
    ^ .it's good but tt smart 550w or an antec (something)550 is better.althouh the gx can handle cards like hd 7950/gtx 680.

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    ^ .it's good but tt smart 550w or an antec (something)550 is better.althouh the gx can handle cards like hd 7950/gtx 680.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ghz View Post
    Go for the Smart one
    Guys,, OP already bought a Thermaltake Smart M650W.

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