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    Question Which brand is best for 1200Va UPS ?

    I want to buy a 1200Va UPS. Which brand is best?
    One more thing, I saw PC Power UPS. Is this brand is good? Anyone using this UPS. I need a review on PC Power UPS.

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    Get Luminous if it is still being imported. Otherwise RahimAfrooz is also a good choice but pricy

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    Btw, Luminous is also imported by RahimAfrooz, so you can call their customer care to know details

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    i thought we were all bashing RA ups cause of their poor performance with 6-9 months... personally, i use a RA 1000va and it's nothing to brag about.

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    Primary thought was : RA 1200VA. But heard a few complaints about RA.

    you can buy Mercury 1200VA(pretty good)
    or Power Guard 1200VA.(almost the same quality as mercury )

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    But does anybody know about PC POWER ups? I have seen this brand allover the IDB Computer City. So need to know them urgently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerovi View Post
    But does anybody know about PC POWER ups? I have seen this brand allover the IDB Computer City. So need to know them urgently.
    dunno about their ups but currently using PC Power battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    dunno about their ups but currently using PC Power battery.
    Bro, how long you are using PC Power battery....?? What is your back up time...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerovi View Post
    Bro, how long you are using PC Power battery....?? What is your back up time...??
    with power guard 1200VA UPS, pc on+routers - GPU long idle - 30min+
    gpu nominal load 20min+
    gpu loaded (gaming) 10min.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    with power guard 1200VA UPS, pc on+routers - GPU long idle - 30min+
    gpu nominal load 20min+
    gpu loaded (gaming) 10min.
    Thanks a lot brother...

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    Well, does anybody know about Apollo UPS. I saw that these UPSs are made in Taiwan and designed in USA...!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerovi View Post
    Well, does anybody know about Apollo UPS. I saw that these UPSs are made in Taiwan and designed in USA...!!


    my brother is using one right now, bought it a few months back! still working good!

    designed in USA? then why this thing doesnt run in 110V?

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