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    Hello everyone,

    My Thermaltake TR2 500W stopped working today. Checked the back psu light, its not ON so i m guessing the psu is dead :/ Used it for more than 3years now so no warranty either. So i need suggestions about 2 things >

    1. Is there anyway to fix the psu? if yes, where can i do it? Is it even worth trying to fix it?

    2. My 2nd option is to get a new psu. So please suggest me a psu within the price range 4-5K for my rig>
    a. Core i5 4570
    b. 1*500gb and 1*1TB HDDs
    c. Sapphire 5850 1gb gddr5
    I will be getting a new gpu soon, probably a R9 270x. And i m not into overclocking. So please suggest me a psu that can handle the above mentioned config.

    Thanks

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    Tt Smart SE 530w should handle these with ease....it's Modular, and has 87% efficiency.....
    single 12v rail with 41A.....
    UCC listed price is 5.3k, i hope you will find it at around 5.1k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    Hello everyone,

    My Thermaltake TR2 500W stopped working today. Checked the back psu light, its not ON so i m guessing the psu is dead :/ Used it for more than 3years now so no warranty either. So i need suggestions about 2 things >

    1. Is there anyway to fix the psu? if yes, where can i do it? Is it even worth trying to fix it?

    2. My 2nd option is to get a new psu. So please suggest me a psu within the price range 4-5K for my rig>
    a. Core i5 4570
    b. 1*500gb and 1*1TB HDDs
    c. Sapphire 5850 1gb gddr5
    I will be getting a new gpu soon, probably a R9 270x. And i m not into overclocking. So please suggest me a psu that can handle the above mentioned config.

    Thanks
    you can just open up the case and look for damaged capacitors. if that is the only issue u can fix that easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    you can just open up the case and look for damaged capacitors. if that is the only issue u can fix that easily.
    I m going to try that tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    Tt Smart SE 530w should handle these with ease....it's Modular, and has 87% efficiency.....
    single 12v rail with 41A.....
    UCC listed price is 5.3k, i hope you will find it at around 5.1k
    1. That 87% efficiency is peak 87%.
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    2. It is a 35c Temp rated power supply. Which means it will deliver upto 530w continous output as long as psu internal temp stays below 35c.

    3. It has no MOV. So it has no surge protection and likely to damage your component due to thunderstorm/lightening or any other electrical surge if you dont use any good UPS.

    4. It is not 80Plus certified.

    5. The voltage range is too small. Only 200-240v.

    6. The main capacitor is a Aishi electrolyte cap which is very uncommon and small as like as a pencil battery.

    7. No Under Voltage protection.

    8. No rated U.S. aka RU certification to display its actual OEM.

    9. Apart from being semi-modular, It follows the same architecture as its predecessor, the Thermaltake Smart 530P, thus carry a high chance of having bad voltage regulation with a even poorer built-quality and temp rating.

    http://www.overclockers.com/thermalt...supply-review/

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    @VANGUARD > so which psu do u suggest i should get within the price range apart from this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    @VANGUARD > so which psu do u suggest i should get within the price range apart from this one?
    CM GXII 450w, 4.9k.

    or

    CM GXII 550w, 6.1k.

    Only bad thing of this unit is that it has a not-so-good voltage regulation but apart from that, its the best psu in your budget range.

    http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/...60-cm-gxii-550

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    1. That 87% efficiency is peak 87%.
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    2. It is a 35c Temp rated power supply. Which means it will deliver upto 530w continous output as long as psu internal temp stays below 35c.

    3. It has no MOV. So it has no surge protection and likely to damage your component due to thunderstorm/lightening or any other electrical surge if you dont use any good UPS.

    4. It is not 80Plus certified.

    5. The voltage range is too small. Only 200-240v.

    6. The main capacitor is a Aishi electrolyte cap which is very uncommon and small as like as a pencil battery.

    7. No Under Voltage protection.

    8. No rated U.S. aka RU certification to display its actual OEM.

    9. Apart from being semi-modular, It follows the same architecture as its predecessor, the Thermaltake Smart 530P, thus carry a high chance of having bad voltage regulation with a even poorer built-quality and temp rating.

    http://www.overclockers.com/thermalt...supply-review/
    its not the Smart SE (SPS-530M) version you linked to....its SP-530NH2AH......
    its not 80+ certified because, its voltage range is 200-240v, as you said....to get certified, the psu needs to have universal voltage range......
    Last edited by giant; May 30th, 2014 at 19:06.

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    @vanpaharadar
    brother take a look

    2. thats actually 40 degree not 35 degree. http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-m...?id=c_00001799

    3. even if it does not have a MOV(though it has ferrite bead which can help suppressing noise),if u have a good UPS with AVRS you dont have to worry about that.

    4. does it really matter?

    5. Something is wrong with Cooler Master and TT. i have found they produce same stuff for multiple standards. few of them 100V-240V and some 200-240V :\

    6. as far as i know the main cap is made by Teapo (check ur own link). and size really doesn't matter, for a 530W module a 330uF should be enough for achieving ATX specification(for hold up time)

    7. it does have under voltage protection. http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-m...?id=c_00001799

    9. though i personally dont like its voltage regulation but it is a good bang for the Buck psu thats sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    @VANGUARD > so which psu do u suggest i should get within the price range apart from this one?
    Voltage Regulation is more important than the size of the hold up capacitor
    make sure u take the right decision :3

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    @redwan hasan bro.....i suggested this one>> http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001965
    you were telling only about Smart one.....and vanguard bro mixed the two up.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    @vanpaharadar
    brother take a look

    2. thats actually 40 degree not 35 degree. http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-m...?id=c_00001799

    3. even if it does not have a MOV(though it has ferrite bead which can help suppressing noise),if u have a good UPS with AVRS you dont have to worry about that.

    4. does it really matter?

    5. Something is wrong with Cooler Master and TT. i have found they produce same stuff for multiple standards. few of them 100V-240V and some 200-240V :\

    6. as far as i know the main cap is made by Teapo (check ur own link). and size really doesn't matter, for a 530W module a 330uF should be enough for achieving ATX specification(for hold up time)

    7. it does have under voltage protection. http://uk.thermaltake.com/products-m...?id=c_00001799

    9. though i personally dont like its voltage regulation but it is a good bang for the Buck psu thats sure.
    You didnt get what he suggested. Again, you took too much weeds.

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    ok guys, i m kinda lost here
    so who's talking about which one? the one i can find in ucc's website within my budget it the Thermaltake Smart SE 530W for 5.3K. is this the one u guys are talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    @redwan hasan bro.....i suggested this one>> http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001965
    you were telling only about Smart one.....and vanguard bro mixed the two up.....
    that AISHI cap? well 105 degree rated so i think it will be fine.

    this one is good. my brother is using this with his 670 for about a year now, no problem what so ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    You didnt get what he suggested. Again, you took too much weeds.
    nupe, no weed, no payesh vai er tabarruk! pure medical science maan pure medical science...

    anyway the thing is i think TT Smart is a better choice than a CM GX/Thunder PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    ok guys, i m kinda lost here
    so who's talking about which one? the one i can find in ucc's website within my budget it the Thermaltake Smart SE 530W for 5.3K. is this the one u guys are talking about?
    yuup u can take that. good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    ok guys, i m kinda lost here
    so who's talking about which one? the one i can find in ucc's website within my budget it the Thermaltake Smart SE 530W for 5.3K. is this the one u guys are talking about?
    I say getting a 80Plus Bronze certified one, that's Cooler Master GXII 550w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    yuup u can take that. good stuff!
    Now you saying a 35c temperature rated, non 80Plus psu is a good stuff???

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    I say getting a 80Plus Bronze certified one, that's Cooler Master GXII 550w.

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    Now you saying a 35c temperature rated, non 80Plus psu is a good stuff???
    Smart goes all the way up to 87% and a minimum of about 81%. good enough for me!

    and its 40 degree i guess. and as far as i know CM GX and Thunder's regulation is even shittier than TT Smart. and if i have to take a PSU i will emphasis more on the output rather than the input.

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    GX-II er review dekha hoy nai jodio. im guessing they are also the same ¤¤¤¤

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Smart goes all the way up to 87% and a minimum of about 81%. good enough for me!

    and its 40 degree i guess. and as far as i know CM GX and Thunder's regulation is even shittier than TT Smart. and if i have to take a PSU i will emphasis more on the output rather than the input.
    You guess my ¤¤¤.....

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    -_- bangladesh e kon baal ta ashe? eita na oita?

    anyway nafis iqbal, brother do u have air cooler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    -_- bangladesh e kon baal ta ashe? eita na oita?

    anyway nafis iqbal, brother do u have air cooler?
    nope i don't

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    Just checked, both the smart se 530W sps-530M and the 630W sps-630M is rate at operating temperature 35degree celcius :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    Just checked, both the smart se 530W sps-530M and the 630W sps-630M is rate at operating temperature 35degree celcius :/
    Operating temperature na, Operation temperature. When temp will rise above 35c it wont deliver continuous 530w/630w as it states.

    *** Are bhai eto tension kore kono lav ase, tk to spend hocchei. 80PLus Bronze certified akta psu nite dosh ki? Just buy CM GXII 550w and peace. -_-

    http://www.coolermaster.com/powersup...ies/gxii-550w/ Buy this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafis Iqbal View Post
    nope i don't

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    Just checked, both the smart se 530W sps-530M and the 630W sps-630M is rate at operating temperature 35degree celcius :/
    the truth is any of them should work fine.

    but just checked out a GX-II review, voltage goes all the way down to 11.4V on 12V Rail and temperature goes all the way up to 48 degree on 26 degree ambient.

    and no matter what Bronze certified or something its efficiency drops below 80% (thats weird)

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...tory4&reid=353

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