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    Question Best low budget psu

    I want a low budget quality psu. I heard about Delta/ASUS psu and Delux psu doing great at low budget. Can anyone give me suggestion about PSU like these ? Where can i get them their price? Also about warrenty, if any.

    I have a Core2Duo processor, LGA775 mobo, 2 sticks DDR2 Ram, One 7200RPM HDD and a Optical Drive.
    I may use use a HD 5570 or HD 5750. I am not a serious gamer so don't want to but those gamer PSUs.
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    Delta 400w 2.6k at binary logic

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    Thank you sensei.

    Anyone knows about any other brands? I heard there are some server PSU's also from DELTA with really good build quality almost at the same price. Please let me know if its true.
    Last edited by promy; September 14th, 2013 at 00:35.

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    how about a second hand thermaltake ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    how about a second hand thermaltake ?
    2nd hand kono kisui valo na, specially 2nd hand psu kena e uchit nah -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    how about a second hand thermaltake ?
    Thermaltake TR2 430w at 2950/- found in bdstall.com. Why go for 2nd hand PSU? Those DELUXE ones were even cheaper. But don't know where to find them anymore.

    Does anybody know where can i find Seasonic PSU and their price?
    Last edited by promy; September 14th, 2013 at 12:59.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    2nd hand kono kisui valo na, specially 2nd hand psu kena e uchit nah -_-
    & how is that?

    ur psu may run for more than 5 years, if u run it in proper condition, I mean temperature and load, so why not buying a 1.5years old PSU? if u are short in budget u can really buy a second hand one, but if u have enough money obviously go for the new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by promy View Post
    Thermaltake TR2 430w at 2950/- found in bdstall.com. Why go for 2nd hand PSU? Those DELUXE ones were even cheaper. But don't know where to find them anymore.

    Does anybody know where can i find Seasonic PSU and their price?
    i've bought a TR2 450W at 2500 recently.
    dont like deluxe psus, friend of mine was using a 420W unit, it couldn't even properly run a pc with a 4670.(talking about the 4XXX age)


    never seen seasonic in this country before. thermaltake uses seasonic design i guess.

    btw if u plan on buying a secondhand one, dont buy it from uradhura ppl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post

    i've bought a TR2 450W at 2500 recently.
    dont like deluxe psus, friend of mine was using a 420W unit, it couldn't even properly run a pc with a 4670.(talking about the 4XXX age)


    never seen seasonic in this country before. thermaltake uses seasonic design i guess.

    btw if u plan on buying a secondhand one, dont buy it from uradhura ppl.

    From where you bought that TR2 ? Please tell me.

    Thermaltake usually use Channel Well, HEC and FSP but no SEASONIC.

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    from here! BG!

    ohh ok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by promy View Post
    I want a low budget quality psu. I heard about Delta/ASUS psu and Delux psu doing great at low budget. Can anyone give me suggestion about PSU like these ? Where can i get them their price? Also about warrenty, if any.

    I have a Core2Duo processor, LGA775 mobo, 2 sticks DDR2 Ram, One 7200RPM HDD and a Optical Drive.
    I may use use a HD 5570 or HD 5750. I am not a serious gamer so don't want to but those gamer PSUs.
    Apner PC generic PSU deai cholbe but cash thakle eta kinte paren-
    http://www.ucc-bd.com/smart-se-modul...fficiency.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    & how is that?

    ur psu may run for more than 5 years, if u run it in proper condition, I mean temperature and load, so why not buying a 1.5years old PSU? if u are short in budget u can really buy a second hand one, but if u have enough money obviously go for the new one.

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    i've bought a TR2 450W at 2500 recently.
    dont like deluxe psus, friend of mine was using a 420W unit, it couldn't even properly run a pc with a 4670.(talking about the 4XXX age)


    never seen seasonic in this country before. thermaltake uses seasonic design i guess.

    btw if u plan on buying a secondhand one, dont buy it from uradhura ppl.
    Nope Thermaltake don't use Seasonic as OEM, as promy bhai said. But their Toughpower CWT units are exceptional. The older series Toughpowers, the newer 80Plus Gold Toughpowers in UCC are nowhere near good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Nope Thermaltake don't use Seasonic as OEM, as promy bhai said. But their Toughpower CWT units are exceptional. The older series Toughpowers, the newer 80Plus Gold Toughpowers in UCC are nowhere near good.
    eita konta ? link dite parben ?


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    my bad sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    eita konta ? link dite parben ?
    toughpower XT series maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasaan View Post
    Apner PC generic PSU deai cholbe but cash thakle eta kinte paren-
    http://www.ucc-bd.com/smart-se-modul...fficiency.html
    5750 generic diye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post

    5750 generic diye?

    5770/6770 chalalam generic die
    But generic will not safe for regular heavy use for long time. If possible buy a good PSU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    eita konta ? link dite parben ?
    I'm talking about the older series ToughPowers, like the 600w, 750w, 850w. They use Channel Well Tech(CWT) as their OEM. The newer Toughpowers, namely the 80Plus gold versions brought by UCC aren't that good as their predecessors. The ToughPower XT units were also really good and sadly UCC chose not to bring the lower wattage ones anymore such as the 675XT, 775XT. They only care about 1kW+ ones. :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm talking about the older series ToughPowers, like the 600w, 750w, 850w. They use Channel Well Tech(CWT) as their OEM. The newer Toughpowers, namely the 80Plus gold versions brought by UCC aren't that good as their predecessors. The ToughPower XT units were also really good and sadly UCC chose not to bring the lower wattage ones anymore such as the 675XT, 775XT. They only care about 1kW+ ones. :/
    Thats good to hear I got one them older models most prolly made in 2010
    http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00000788
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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    & how is that?

    ur psu may run for more than 5 years, if u run it in proper condition, I mean temperature and load, so why not buying a 1.5years old PSU? if u are short in budget u can really buy a second hand one, but if u have enough money obviously go for the new one.

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    i've bought a TR2 450W at 2500 recently.
    dont like deluxe psus, friend of mine was using a 420W unit, it couldn't even properly run a pc with a 4670.(talking about the 4XXX age)


    never seen seasonic in this country before. thermaltake uses seasonic design i guess.

    btw if u plan on buying a secondhand one, dont buy it from uradhura ppl.

    vy anything without warranty is obviously not safe and the power supply is the most important part in a pc, and you cant say that all power supply can last for 5 years. It is a vise versa afterall, like it can go for years or may end up after an hour.. so even at 2.5k a new delta 400w power supply is more safer than any second hand toughpower,smart , lite or tr2 unite

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    and i really dont know how to know the condition of a powersupply though even a years old psu will always show the same voltage in hardware monitor and temperature depends on many things not only just psu

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    That says it pretty much, UCC still sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    vy anything without warranty is obviously not safe and the power supply is the most important part in a pc, and you cant say that all power supply can last for 5 years. It is a vise versa afterall, like it can go for years or may end up after an hour.. so even at 2.5k a new delta 400w power supply is more safer than any second hand toughpower,smart , lite or tr2 unite

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    and i really dont know how to know the condition of a powersupply though even a years old psu will always show the same voltage in hardware monitor and temperature depends on many things not only just psu

    yes i know without warranty its not safe. but TR2 450W can handle more than Delta 400W.
    well I did mention the load didn't I? Properly use korle, overload na kora, regular clean kora jeno heat beshi na hoy rated MTBF reach kora uchit(mean time between failure).

    only one way to know, open it up and do a few more tests.

    Thermaltake eto easily kokhono nosto hote dekhi nai toh tai suggestion disilam. obosso boleo disi faithful keu na hole na kenai valo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    yes i know without warranty its not safe. but TR2 450W can handle more than Delta 400W.
    well I did mention the load didn't I? Properly use korle, overload na kora, regular clean kora jeno heat beshi na hoy rated MTBF reach kora uchit(mean time between failure).

    only one way to know, open it up and do a few more tests.

    Thermaltake eto easily kokhono nosto hote dekhi nai toh tai suggestion disilam. obosso boleo disi faithful keu na hole na kenai valo.
    aita to obvious je tr2 better than delta but who will allow you to check the psu by opening every single parts within it? Ar 1.5 year matro old bole na, overload je hoy nai eitai ba bujhar kono upay ase? Jony guru te kisu tressing software dia obossho voltage check er benchmark dekha jay but eita koyjon e ba allow korbe even psu te. .ar psu koydin used eita dekhe asole psu jachai kora jay nah eita pura luck er bepar, . .ar tt er onek faulty case ase bd tei, eita ami tt er dosh dibo nah eita bangladesh er electricity er dosh marattok up down hoy. .so jai kena howk na kan 2nd hand ami psu 2nd hand without warranty er pokkhopati nah

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