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    Default Cooler Master GX550 handle those gpu

    Can cm gx 550w handle gtx 770 or hd 7970? this gx version is made by enhance electronics. model : RS550-ACAA-D3

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    yes it can run those gpu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Madness View Post
    Can cm gx 550w handle gtx 770 or hd 7970? this gx version is made by enhance electronics. model : RS550-ACAA-D3
    Yes can, i used HD7970 with this PSU for 1 year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Orange View Post
    Yes can, i used HD7970 with this PSU for 1 year.
    apnar gaming rig er full specification ? is this psu is better ? are u still using this psu? do u face any prob?

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    ami 3rd gen i7 use kori with z77 mobo, 24GB ram, 1SSD and 2 HDD, 2DVD, 6 12cm fan.
    PSU ta onek valo, kono problem hoy nai. But market e ekhon ase kina sure na.

    Tobe ami apnake bolbo TT Tough Power 550W/600W kinen coz TT te 3 wears warranty paben but CM GX550 te 1 years warranty paben.
    PSU er jonno warranty very important issue.

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    apni ki ei psu diya apner ei rig chalan? actually my bro have this from last 4 month. he using gtx 670. bt nw he wanna upgrade 2 sli.so he need more watt.tai eita sell krbe tai cinta krsi ami nia nibo.ei just.my rig is now i5 4670k, msi b85 gaming, gtx 650ti , psu tt Tr2 450w, ram 6gb, fan 12cm 4 ta. hdd 1tb 7200rpm
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    you can definitely run those gpus with that PSU but your PSU will die earlier and your PSU fan will also run more due to running at higher capacity.

    PSUs run best at around 50% load levels (if you look at efficiency curves). A system with GTX 770 will have load power levels at 400W typically so you are using 400/550 = 73% capacity. Radeon 7970 usually consumes less power than GTX 770 so it is better for your 550 PSU. Plus PSUs tend to loose capacity as they age, although this is not a big factor.

    For me the bigger issue is PSU fan noise. So if you feel that your PSU is noisy because it is operating at higher capacity, then you should change it for your GTX 770. But for 7970, it will be fine. For me, I think 650W is the sweet spot for todays gaming rigs with modern gpus.

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    i dont like cm gx550w for 7970 or 770 :\ although surely it can run run these gpu.


    and if u are planning to sli get a toughpower 850w.. gb odinpro 850 ar available na bd te.

    btw toughpower 850 e warranty kemon dey? 3bosor?

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    thnx bro. actually gtx 770 is out of my budget so i planned to buy a gtx 760.i dont know which is better geforce or amd coz i never an amd gpu. @ [email protected] toughpower is better psu .i dont like gb psu though i hear odin pro series is better.i prefer xfx, corsair mainly made by seasonic for best performance. but cwt or enhance made psu both better performer. but my is not much to get them at this time. @ taher furious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    i dont like cm gx550w for 7970 or 770 :\ although surely it can run run these gpu.


    and if u are planning to sli get a toughpower 850w.. gb odinpro 850 ar available na bd te.

    btw toughpower 850 e warranty kemon dey? 3bosor?
    Sob Toughpower/Smartpower e 3years warranty dey in BD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLaDOS View Post
    Sob Toughpower/Smartpower e 3years warranty dey in BD.
    good... corsair tx ar hx series e koto dey?

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    hmz hx n tx got 3 years wrnty frm computer source

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    whats the warranty policy? some guy from ucc said to me toughpower e naki burn case e warranty dey... corsair eo ki debe?

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