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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:16 PM   #16
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        whht about the budget EVGA psu compare to FSP?
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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:28 PM   #17
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        all those modern psus listed are decent nowadays

        so yes while fsp, superflower are good enough. i wouldn't load them to near capacity 24/7. it depends on your usage and load.

        more expensive psu should have better load balancing, better protection features, better efficiency and cleaner power which helps to preserve your actual hardware

        after experiencing psu fires, i wouldn't cheap out on psu either



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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:28 PM   #18
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        In that case just get the cheapest PSU with the longest warranty. No need think so much.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 02:43 PM   #19
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        yes, but those series that arklaw and xseanx recommended start at 550w (for the seasonic focus gx) and 850w (for the corsair ax), and my point is that i dont need so much power to begin with, thats why i started this thread asking for recommendations for 450/500w only. this higher power could also be part of the reason why they are more expensive and hence out of my budget. maybe higher wattage skus are just how higher quality psus are. if i had infinite budget sure i would definitely consider them, but reality is often disappointing.

        at the end of the day, im just looking for a good compromise between reliability and cost. judging from the other psu thread, i think i will go for the super flower psu.

        one more question i would like to ask is if can trust the pricing on tradepac's website, doesnt seem updated regularly.
        Since I keep hearing good things about super flower I would most likely give that a go if I was in your shoes with your requirements
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        Old 19-05-2020, 03:20 PM   #20
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        yes, but those series that arklaw and xseanx recommended start at 550w (for the seasonic focus gx) and 850w (for the corsair ax), and my point is that i dont need so much power to begin with .....



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        anyway, either Seasonic or Superflower is a good choice. I wouldn't recommend Corsair unless you are looking at the AX range.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 04:02 PM   #21
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        hello,

        going to build a pc for a friend, he not tech enthusiast so no need to worry about new releases for ryzen 4k, rtx 30 series etc. currently parts already shipping so no point telling me wait also.

        anyway, currently looking at psu which i will buy locally, most likely from sls. the main parts for the build are the ryzen 5 2600 and a gtx 1660 super, so in the range of 450-500w. now narrowed down to 2 options:
        1) cooler master mwe 450w 80+ ~$55
        2) super flower silver eco 500w ~$85
        google already, neither has many reviews. but not sure if these are the best options. budget also quite tight, if get the cm psu then zhun zhun use all the budget but if go super flower will overrun (but can absorb to an extent). so does anyone have any opinions/anecdotes with these psus, or have other recommendations?
        i am using super flower silver now. Go for it. grab it from lazada tech dynamic with bank coupons.

        My previous thermatake psu and fsp. I find that super flower build is more solid and the cables are long enough to do cable management with ease. Its fan is also quite quiet compared to the rest i have used.

        Superflower have the eco mode function and the fans will not spin if the PSU is not hot. which temp? i dont rem. U can gooogle for the answer. All this translates to "longer fan life" and less noise.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 04:38 PM   #22
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        yes, but those series that arklaw and xseanx recommended start at 550w (for the seasonic focus gx) and 850w (for the corsair ax), and my point is that i dont need so much power to begin with, thats why i started this thread asking for recommendations for 450/500w only. this higher power could also be part of the reason why they are more expensive and hence out of my budget. maybe higher wattage skus are just how higher quality psus are. if i had infinite budget sure i would definitely consider them, but reality is often disappointing.

        one more question i would like to ask is if can trust the pricing on tradepac's website, doesnt seem updated regularly.
        For psu, the best efficiency is around 50% or 80% usgae of the PSU max capacity. If your system uses 300w, it is best to get a 600W psu coz the more wattage is used, the less efficient it is.

        Also, i would rather use pc theme's pricelist as a benchmark rather than tradepac. They update it weekly on Sat.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 05:16 PM   #23
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        Best to get 600W this is good ( Seasonic Prime Gold Ultra 80+ 650W ) about $200/- bro

        For psu, the best efficiency is around 50% or 80% usgae of the PSU max capacity. If your system uses 300w, it is best to get a 600W psu coz the more wattage is used, the less efficient it is.

        Also, i would rather use pc theme's pricelist as a benchmark rather than tradepac. They update it weekly on Sat.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 05:18 PM   #24
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        Best to get 600W this is good ( Seasonic Prime Gold Ultra 80+ 650W ) about $200/- bro
        Focus Plus gold will do at $159 or so.
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        Old 19-05-2020, 05:24 PM   #25
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        bro $40 price delta - eat one meal or buy a nothing also $50 lah

        Focus Plus gold will do at $159 or so.
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