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    Which power supply should i take ? the price range is same for both psu 11500tk. what is the main difference between of them ?

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    Thermaltake Toughpower 750W


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    Buy Corsair products, they come with a 2 year warranty, @Vanguard might be able to confirm this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Buy Corsair products, they come with a 2 year warranty, @Vanguard might be able to confirm this.
    Ami shunsi Thermaltake er ei 2ta product valo ase . corsair PSU gula te cable management nai mone hoi . warrany 1 year beshi . amar 750w psu lagbe . dekhlam Thermaltake Toughpower 750W ar Thermaltake Smart 750W same price . ami jototuku jani je Toughpower er PSU gula Smart er theke valo . kintu sure na .

    Suggest me guys plz .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Ami shunsi Thermaltake er ei 2ta product valo ase . corsair PSU gula te cable management nai mone hoi . warrany 1 year beshi . amar 750w psu lagbe . dekhlam Thermaltake Toughpower 750W ar Thermaltake Smart 750W same price . ami jototuku jani je Toughpower er PSU gula Smart er theke valo . kintu sure na .

    Suggest me guys plz .
    Tell me first, are you planning to do a 3-way SLi/CF of GTX680/ 7970 paired with i7 3770k?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Tell me first, are you planning to do a 3-way SLi/CF of GTX680/ 7970 paired with i7 3770k?
    Ami 3770k processor nite chai . SLI or Crossfire korbona . ekta Hyper evo CPU cooler nite pari .

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    kothay jani porsilam thermaltake er original toughpower series ain't so good. whereas toughpower xt gula awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Ami 3770k processor nite chai . SLI or Crossfire korbona . ekta Hyper evo CPU cooler nite pari .
    if that so, you need only 650w.
    My probable next build: Qisan MagicForce 68 (Outemu switch) / Teamwolf Zhuque+ 87 TKL (Outemu) / Monoprice Select series full size (Outemu/Gateron) / Drevo Gramr 84 TKL (Outemu) • Logitech G102 Prodigy • Deepcool Dukase V3 / Thermaltake Versa U21 • Superlux HD 681 • Creative Sound Blaster E1 • LG 22MP68VQ • SteelSeries QcK • Generic executive chair • others TBA

    djrock please don't bother me. You are in my ignore list so I don't have to see literal poop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    kothay jani porsilam thermaltake er original toughpower series ain't so good. whereas toughpower xt gula awesome.

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    if that so, you need only 650w.
    He wont need more than 500w. Trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunia_r_JAURA View Post
    kothay jani porsilam thermaltake er original toughpower series ain't so good. whereas toughpower xt gula awesome.

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    if that so, you need only 650w.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    He wont need more than 500w. Trust me.
    Details boltesi . 3770k proccesor with hyper evo , z77 mb , 1tb WD Caviar black, 4x corsair vengeance 2133 , ekhon 6850 use korbo , pore nvidia or ati er high end Gfx card nibo . motherboard er model ekhono fix korte pari nai -_- .
    Last edited by Xperience; February 15th, 2013 at 23:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Details boltesi . 3770k proccesor with hyper evo , z77 mb , 1tb hdd , 4x corsair vengeance 2133 , ekhon 6850 use korbo , pore nvidia or ati er high end .
    CM GX550 will be enough

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    ^No, the CMGX550 won't be enough, as the core i7 draws 95W power and with a hefty overclock, it'll draw more than that, with such overclock and a graphics card such as GTX 670/HD 7950 Ghz edition, it simply won't be enough, 600W is a bare minimum, anything above that will provide the system more breathing space.

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    www.thermaltake.outervision.com

    calculator e overall amar 683 ashe :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    ^No, the CMGX550 won't be enough, as the core i7 draws 95W power and with a hefty overclock, it'll draw more than that, with such overclock and a graphics card such as GTX 670/HD 7950 Ghz edition, it simply won't be enough, 600W is a bare minimum, anything above that will provide the system more breathing space.
    Suppose 3770k ------------------------110w
    GTX680 ------------------------------ 200w
    Mobo with rams and 4 usb device------- 50w
    DVDRW-------------------------------- 20w
    1x HDD-------------------------------- 15w
    120mm led fans ------------------------ 3.6w
    ____________________________________________________
    ---------------------------------------- 398w.

    I would say even CM GX450w is enough for his rig.

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    visit here.....
    http://www.extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine
    provide your planned component upgrade spec....n see the expected power requirement.....(make sure that you select System Load: 100%....to make the result as practical as possible)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Suppose 3770k ------------------------110w
    GTX680 ------------------------------ 200w
    Mobo with rams and 4 usb device------- 50w
    DVDRW-------------------------------- 20w
    1x HDD-------------------------------- 15w
    120mm led fans ------------------------ 3.6w
    ____________________________________________________
    ---------------------------------------- 398w.

    I would say even CM GX450w is enough for his rig.

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    processor overclock kore dekhsen ? ar HDD koi ? overclock kore koto ashe dekhen -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    processor overclock kore dekhsen ? ar HDD koi ? overclock kore koto ashe dekhen -_-
    everything is included. And no matter how much you overclock ur processor, it wont consume more power unless you add more volts and amps to it. And also dont get fooled by TDP rating, TDP doesnt mean how much power a processor would actually consume.
    Last edited by VANGUARD; February 16th, 2013 at 01:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    ^No, the CMGX550 won't be enough, as the core i7 draws 95W power and with a hefty overclock, it'll draw more than that, with such overclock and a graphics card such as GTX 670/HD 7950 Ghz edition, it simply won't be enough, 600W is a bare minimum, anything above that will provide the system more breathing space.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Suppose 3770k ------------------------110w
    GTX680 ------------------------------ 200w
    Mobo with rams and 4 usb device------- 50w
    DVDRW-------------------------------- 20w
    1x HDD-------------------------------- 15w
    120mm led fans ------------------------ 3.6w
    ____________________________________________________
    ---------------------------------------- 398w.

    I would say even CM GX450w is enough for his rig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    everything is included. And no matter how much you overclock ur processor, it wont consume more power unless you add more volts and amps to it. And also dont get fooled by TDP rating, TDP doesnt mean how much power a processor would actually consume.
    Ki korbo bujhtesina . 650 nile ki kono problem hobe ? 550 niye risk nite chaina . ami 2nd time kisu change korte parbona .tahole ki Smart 650W nibo ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperience View Post
    Ki korbo bujhtesina . 650 nile ki kono problem hobe ? 550 niye risk nite chaina . ami 2nd time kisu change korte parbona .tahole ki Smart 650W nibo ?
    550w newa risk er kichu na.

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    1) Keep all your questions in one thread. I do not want to see another this vs that thread.
    2) For single GPUs, 500W is enough but you could get a 650W and keep things worry free if you eventually do decide to OC. With a 500W and OCing, you might be pushing your PSU a whole lot.

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    To the ¤¤¤¤ers that are suggesting cooler master GX 550, DO YOU ALL EVEN KNOW HOW DATED THAT THING IS? That PSU's been around since the age of .65nm processors and 8800GTX! As for the PSU calculator, there's a huge flaw in it, can you show me a 550W mid range PSU that can provide 200W+110W+50W for spare room on the +12V rail? I don't think so, looking at the total consumption doesn't help you always.

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