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    Exclamation Advise me on a new PSU for my new build

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    GPU : Gigabyte GeForce GTX Titan (will OC as high as possible)
    RAM : Corsair Dominator Platinum 1600 (2x8GB)
    Case : Corsair 600T White Edition (along with all the fans provided with the case)
    CPU Cooler : CM Hyper 212 EVO with 2 SP120s in push-pull
    SSD : Intel 200GB (not sure about the model number yet)
    HDDs : 2x 2TB (WD and Samsung)
    Monitor : Generic Samsung 21.5" 1080p
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    ODD : Liteon (maybe, not sure if I'll use one)

    What would be the absolute best PSU, quality-wise, for this setup from among the PSUs available in Dhaka?
    I'm looking for something in the ~700W range that will last for at least 2-3 years, meaning it shouldn't randomly blow up and take valuable parts with it and in case it does, it should die before it takes anything else.

    What are "safe fails" and what are the PSUs in Dhaka that have it? As far as I know, it helps in preventing death of other components in case of any sort of electrical malfunction. Given the quality of service of the electricity suppliers of Dhaka, I'm definitely craving this feature. How do I identify whether a PSU has it or not? and what PSU should I get if I want this feature?

    Okay, so I need suggestions in accordance with the above specifications. At this point, I'm too frustrated to be concerned about aesthetics but I can't really help it. So I would much appreciate it if the PSU you're suggesting is also modular and has a white LED, if any at all. I'm fine if these features are missing but I would love to have them as well.

    I've stopped worrying about prices, but I want to stay at/below 15K, which should be a healthy enough budget for a 700W PSU. But dont let that stop you from suggesting a good quality PSU.

    I'm going to buy it tomorrow, so I'm kind of in a rush here. My apologies for the long post.

    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate your help!

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    Don't know much about PSUs but THAT IS ONE HELL OF A CONFIG !!!!

    It would be better to get a 800W PSU (minimum) coz the requiirement of the Titan is 600W and also you are planning to OC it so then it would demand more power.

    BTW, this is my personal opinion but since you are spending a $hiTLoaD of money on this build better get yourself a NZXT Phantom 820 or a CM Storm Trooper rather than the casing you mentioned. You can get the Trooper from Binary Logic but you have to import the Phantom.
    Last edited by Rawkill; April 18th, 2013 at 14:37.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    Don't know much about PSUs but THAT IS ONE HELL OF A CONFIG !!!!
    ^no. It is only optimum configuration by metro last light.

    On topic: I don't about 'safe fails' .
    U may choose thermaltake smart series or gigabyte odin pro
    here's a list >
    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...dated-14-11-12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ^no. It is only optimum configuration by metro last light.

    On topic: I don't about 'safe fails' .
    U may choose thermaltake smart series or gigabyte odin pro
    here's a list >
    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...dated-14-11-12
    Wont a TT Grand be better than a Smart or a Giga PSU. AFAIK Giga PSUs are generally avoided.


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    Grand better mone hoe but too much pricey.
    Ami jani je odin pro series ta naki valo.

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    OP said he wants under PSU under 15K but that should not stop us from giving good PSU recommendations . Newegg e review gula pore shubidhar mone hoilo na PSU ta.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817233001

    Personally if the OP is willing to burn some dough then its better to get a Corsair PSU.


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    Gigabyte GeForce GTX Titan - is it available in BD? Does anyone know the price?

    @Ahnaf Akeef Tt smart modular 750 watt will be more than enough. but dont know if it is available in market right now.

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    What about the Cooler Master ones you said Binary had in stock, @Ahnaf Akeef ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    What about the Cooler Master ones you said Binary had in stock, @Ahnaf Akeef ?
    They probably have them in stock, but I've been too lazy to go to BCS to check out the model numbers. Besides, I'd much rather get a Corsair HX PSU over a CM one anyway. Although they probably havent imported them yet. So I'm looking into the GS units. I must say, my pursuit of a good PSU has been a tremendous disappointment so far and I dont see any hope yet.

    Although, I have been keeping in touch with the people at Computer Source, and they said that a Gold rated PSU would cost like 20K, hinting at the possibility of a Gold rated model being available. They said that they'd get back to me with the model number of the PSU. If it is available though, I'm just going to pay the 6K premium over a GS800. The time has come to throw in the towel.

    And about the CMs : From what I could salvage of the vague information BL had provided me with a few weeks ago, they have an 800W (or maybe 1000W, cant remember) for 18K. They could not provide me with any specific model numbers, so that phone call went in vain.

    I have a soft corner for Corsair, but I'm still very much open to suggestions, whichever brand it is. So suggest away!


    @Rawkill : I'm too conscious about the aesthetics, and the arrogant, brute-ish look of CM/TT cases just isnt cutting it for me. The 600T has that sleek look that has got me going for it. Although an NZXT Phantom would've been nice to look at. Thanks for the suggestion though.
    How much did that UPS cost you btw? and why Rahimafrooz? Is it better than a Prolink 1200VA unit? thats what CS is offering me at the moment. Dont know if I'll take it though.
    Also, I found out that the TT Grand and the Corsair GS series are made by the same OEM (CWT), essentially making them the same, but the GS series are newer. Still dont know which one is better though.


    @Mohiuddin : I didnt want to get into the hassles of SLi, otherwise I could've built a much more powerful setup for the money. I'll be playing ports most of the time, so I'm not too worried.
    And yes, the Grand series is a bit pricey. and more so since the 750W probably isnt available and I'd have to go for a 1000W unit instead. I so want a Corsair AX/HX/TX PSU right now!


    @fahimspider : Its not available in Bangladesh. Price varies from country to country and from retailer to retailer as well. Not even the US citizens get it for just $1000.


    About TT suggestions : I've been using one for 2+ years now, and by the grace of the Almighty it hasnt failed on me yet. But the way TT gets bashed on on the internet has got me scared. I'll probably even get a GS over a Grand series now.


    Thanks a lot everyone! I really appreciate the inputs! keep'em coming!
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    Corsair GS700 [80+ bronze [email protected]+12v] @11K

    Corsair GS800 [80+ bronze [email protected]+12v] @13K

    both have 2 years warranty

    GS700 is good enough for your rig but GS800 should be taken as the difference of price between them is only 2k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf Akeef View Post

    @Rawkill : I'm too conscious about the aesthetics, and the arrogant, brute-ish look of CM/TT cases just isnt cutting it for me. The 600T has that sleek look that has got me going for it. Although an NZXT Phantom would've been nice to look at. Thanks for the suggestion though.
    How much did that UPS cost you btw? and why Rahimafrooz? Is it better than a Prolink 1200VA unit? thats what CS is offering me at the moment. Dont know if I'll take it though.
    Also, I found out that the TT Grand and the Corsair GS series are made by the same OEM (CWT), essentially making them the same, but the GS series are newer. Still dont know which one is better though.
    First of all apnar PC purai 'SMEXY'. Second of all if you are tired of the Titan taile amake dia dien. Third of all ami Rahimafrooz kinsi koz most people said it would be better. I didn't find any Prolink UPS at that time.


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    See if you can convince CSL to bring you an HX/AX750, otherwise get the GS700/800. But if I were you, I'd check on the specific CM models first. Or if you can, try contacting electroshop.info and have them bring this for you: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182133
    Pretty cheap but solid unit. And electroshop provides a 1-year warranty on newegg items too, so you'd be safe I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Riley View Post
    Corsair GS700 [80+ bronze [email protected]+12v] @11K

    Corsair GS800 [80+ bronze [email protected]+12v] @13K

    both have 2 years warranty

    GS700 is good enough for your rig but GS800 should be taken as the difference of price between them is only 2k.
    Those are the very options I'm considering right now. Thanks for the suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    First of all apnar PC purai 'SMEXY'. Second of all if you are tired of the Titan taile amake dia dien. Third of all ami Rahimafrooz kinsi koz most people said it would be better. I didn't find any Prolink UPS at that time.
    Thanks for the compliment!
    Tired of the Titan? Where'd you get that from? I havent even started using it yet!
    How much did the Rahimzfrooz UPS cost you? Is it any good or do you have to get it services every once in a while? I'm not quite sure which UPS I'll be getting since I have no idea which brand is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    See if you can convince CSL to bring you an HX/AX750, otherwise get the GS700/800. But if I were you, I'd check on the specific CM models first. Or if you can, try contacting electroshop.info and have them bring this for you: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182133
    Pretty cheap but solid unit. And electroshop provides a 1-year warranty on newegg items too, so you'd be safe I believe.
    Wouldnt importing take a while? and I'm pretty sure that CS would charge a cutthroat price to bring it from abroad. If I were to do any convincing, I'd ask them to let me know when they bring HX or such series of units and let me exchange the GS that I would take now for an HX that they would bring later. But I highly doubt that they would agree to that.

    But yes, it'd be a mistake not to check out the CM units first. It'll probably be the first thing I do when I go to BCS the next time.
    Does electroshop have anything good in stock and with a fairly long period of warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnaf Akeef View Post
    Thanks for the compliment!
    Tired of the Titan? Where'd you get that from? I havent even started using it yet!
    How much did the Rahimzfrooz UPS cost you? Is it any good or do you have to get it services every once in a while? I'm not quite sure which UPS I'll be getting since I have no idea which brand is better.
    UPS cost around 7.5K, bought it in October last year, never serviced, repaired or anything till now. As for good UPS brand APC is very good but they literally cost an arm and a leg coz they are that expensive.

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    I think a 600VA APC UPS cost around 12-15K


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    UPS cost around 7.5K, bought it in October last year, never serviced, repaired or anything till now. As for good UPS brand APC is very good but they literally cost an arm and a leg coz they are that expensive.

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    I think a 600VA APC UPS cost around 12-15K
    Yikes! APC does cost a lot!
    But Rahimafrooz sounds like a good option for the price. Thanks for the info!

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    I've been meaning to ask: Titan ta koi theke kinlen ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I've been meaning to ask: Titan ta koi theke kinlen ?
    Bangkok

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    Ok so a new issue has come up. Computer Source does not have the "K" version of the i7 (no wonder the price seemed so unreal). Who else has the 3770K in stock?

    Ryans' site says its available for 31K, and Binary Logic probably also has it but I havent asked them about the price yet. Is there any other shop that might have a Costa Rican 3770K for a lesser price?

    As for the PSU, Binary has a gold rated 1200W unit for 25K. So I think I'll go for the GS800 and start praying that nothing bad happens to my computer.
    As for the UPS, I'll have to see what Rahimafrooz has to offer before I take any decisions.

    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate your help!

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    Binary Logic imports Intel processors, so you're better off buying the 3770k from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Binary Logic imports Intel processors, so you're better off buying the 3770k from them.
    What advantage does Binary Logic have over other shops since they are the importers?
    What if they charge more than other shops for it?
    Also, didnt you say that they dont have Costa Rican CPUs?

    Do you know which shop is known to have Costa Rican CPUs? or at least one that will give me a good price for it?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Yeah I heard they didn't have the Costa Rica ones, but you can go check it sometime. Afaik, BL is the only importer of Intel CPUs, so if they don't have it, I don't think you'll be able to find it at any other shop.

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