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7 minutes ago, shazammm said:

 

i haven't... maybe @Stefan Payne does?


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probably not good if not even mentioned here but who knows? 50 euros(on sale here) for a titanium rated psu sounds too good. it uses dc-dc conversion tho unlike some lower end psu's mentioned here


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11 minutes ago, shazammm said:

probably not good if not even mentioned here but who knows? 50 euros(on sale here) for a titanium rated psu sounds too good. it uses dc-dc conversion tho unlike some lower end psu's mentioned here

yeah... that's what it's weird about. I've seen some switching and other things with 80+ scamming, so I'm not sure yet...


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Calling Segotep a noname brand is kinda like calling FSP one. Segotep is owned by Colorful Technology Co., which is the largest manufacturer of graphics cards in China! Larger than ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte and others more familiar to you.

 

Both GP600P and GP600T use half-bridge primary side topology with an LLC resonant converter, and DC-DC on secondary. They both also have 12V rectifiers mounted on the underside of the PCB and seem to use Teapo TC on the secondary side.

 

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One thing to note is that they're both rated at 500W total power, not 600 like you'd think from the name.

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1 hour ago, shazammm said:

 

50 minutes ago, shazammm said:

this is a no name brand but i thought someone might have heard of them,i don't know nothing about the quality . maybe the oem is decent but i didn't find nothing about it

or this one https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Segotep-500W-GP600T-ATX-PC-Computer-Power-Supply-Desktop-Gaming-PSU-12V-80PLUS-Titanium-Active-PFC/32835934821.html i cant get it for 50 euros in my country


Segotep is an Asian brand. Doesn't really have much market outside of Asia. Probably won't find any western reviews for them.
Segotep is owned by Colourful which is another Asian brand known for graphic cards. They also own Fortech which is the OEM for the PSUs which are sold under the Segotep brand name. Fortech does stuff for other companies as well.  They made the Enermax Patinum PSUs, so it's entirely possible that they have their own line of 80+ Platinum PSUs.
No idea about that particular model though, and like I said probably not going to find many western reviews since they're rather limited to Asian markets. Looking at the internal images on the sites listed they don't match up with internal pictures of the Enermax units, so must be different platform used.
Maybe @jonnyGURU or @OrionFOTL know more about Segotep/Fortech and their platforms.

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lol @OrionFOTL you beat me, must be a mind reader :D


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36 minutes ago, OrionFOTL said:

 

interesting... i know colorful as the gpu brand, how are they on PSUs?


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1 minute ago, OrionFOTL said:

You can look at a review of Enermax Platimax D.F 500W here, it uses the same platform as Segotep SG-600P. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/enermax-df-500-epf500awt-psu,4902.html

wait... platimax? that's pretty decent

 

@shazammm this is quite interesting...


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1 hour ago, OrionFOTL said:

 

wanted to say that segotep isn't a known name here europe , they are big in asia as it seems. wasn't my intention to disrepsect the brand , just wanted some info about the psu if it's good enough and in what tier might fit in.

9 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

wait... platimax? that's pretty decent

 

@shazammm this is quite interesting...

um, yes. if that's the case it could be a tier A-B psu?

someone from my country apparantly did a review and some tests

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3 minutes ago, shazammm said:

um, yes. if that's the case it could be a tier A-B psu?

someone from my country apparantly did a review and some tests

it is the same platform as the platimax, which is a tier a+


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I don't see any distinction of all the different Platimaxes.

It only mentions "Enermax Platimax" when we have 10 units of the original Platimax (out of which 500-600 is one platform, 750-1000 a different platform, 1050-1500 a different platform, and 1700W another different platform) and Platimax D.F, which has 6 units (500-600 are one platform, and the 750-1200 are a different platform).

 

So this one entry of "Enermax Platimax" covers 16 units with 6 different platforms from 3 different OEMs, and I reaaaly doubt anybody who made this list checked reviews of all of them and put them all in the same tier intentionally.

 

After the comma it also mentions "Platimax Digifanless", but such power supply doesn't exist.

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2 hours ago, shazammm said:

Doesn't seem to shabby.

LLC Resonant with DC-DC.

Though the source might be suspicious

2 hours ago, shazammm said:

this is a no name brand

Nope, its not.

Its a local brand like for example Silentium in Poland.

Or more known German brand like be quiet.

 

2 hours ago, shazammm said:

but i thought someone might have heard of them,i don't know nothing about the quality . maybe the oem is decent but i didn't find nothing about it

or this one https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Segotep-500W-GP600T-ATX-PC-Computer-Power-Supply-Desktop-Gaming-PSU-12V-80PLUS-Titanium-Active-PFC/32835934821.html i cant get it for 50 euros in my country

Probably not that but the GOld one??
Or is there a Bronze one??


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24 minutes ago, shazammm said:

someone from my country apparantly did a review and some tests

Do you have a link to the review?

If you're looking to buy a PSU what country are you in, what's your budget, and what's your system?


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19 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

a bit louder, worse fan, other oem

 

but still decent enough to consider

evga 450gd for a i5 6600k and rx 580 is it fine or should i go higher watts?

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1 minute ago, nifty917 said:

evga 450gd for a i5 6600k and rx 580 is it fine or should i go higher watts?

That'll be fine. 450W is plenty for that system.


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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

That'll be fine. 450W is plenty for that system.

if i upgrade to something like 2700x + rtx 2060 it should still has some room for oc right?

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Just now, nifty917 said:

if i upgrade to something like 2700x + rtx 2060 it should still has some room for oc right?

Yeah... RTX 2060 going to consume less power than the RX 580 anyway. 2700x would consume little more than the 6600k, but in the end it'll all balance out really.

All up probably looking at ~300W peak power for either system with a little OC.


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1 hour ago, Spotty said:

Yeah... RTX 2060 going to consume less power than the RX 580 anyway. 2700x would consume little more than the 6600k, but in the end it'll all balance out really.

All up probably looking at ~300W peak power for either system with a little OC.

2700x=105w

rx 580 oc'ed=235w

5fan and 2 hdd = 40w

 

total=380w , which means it give 85% load at the psu, it is fine for the long term?

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34 minutes ago, nifty917 said:

2700x=105w

rx 580 oc'ed=235w

5fan and 2 hdd = 40w

 

total=380w , which means it give 85% load at the psu, it is fine for the long term?

don't worry about the efficiency curve

 

it's completely fine, these days PSUs are rated on what they can continuosly deliver


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PSU: Seasonic Focus GX650

 

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31 minutes ago, nifty917 said:

2700x=105w

rx 580 oc'ed=235w

5fan and 2 hdd = 40w

I thought the 2700x system was paired with an RTX 2060 (around 160W)?
The i5 6600K (stock) is like 70W so if that is paired with the RX580 then yeah, still around the same as a 2700x paired with an RTX2060.
"Worst case" scenario of the 2700x + RX580 will use a little more power, but you'd still be well within the limits of a 450W PSU.
I have an i7 6700k and GTX 1080Ti and I have to go pretty heavy on the overclock to exceed 450W.

Either way you answered your own question. Also real world gaming power consumption will be a little less than the power consumption figures for synthetic power tests. Regardless, decent PSUs should have no issue outputting 100% of the power 24/7.

 

1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

don't worry about the efficiency curve

They never said anything about any efficiency curve... ?


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33 minutes ago, Spotty said:

I thought the 2700x system was paired with an RTX 2060 (around 160W)?
The i5 6600K (stock) is like 70W so if that is paired with the RX580 then yeah, still around the same as a 2700x paired with an RTX2060.
"Worst case" scenario of the 2700x + RX580 will use a little more power, but you'd still be well within the limits of a 450W PSU.
I have an i7 6700k and GTX 1080Ti and I have to go pretty heavy on the overclock to exceed 450W.

Either way you answered your own question. Also real world gaming power consumption will be a little less than the power consumption figures for synthetic power tests. Regardless, decent PSUs should have no issue outputting 100% of the power 24/7.

 

They never said anything about any efficiency curve... ?

yes i mean 2700x and rx 580 are worst case scenario.

 

"decent PSUs should have no issue outputting 100% of the power 24/7."

 

so even rtx 2080 + i9 9900k which consume about 420ish watt should be fine for evga 450GD?

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Spotty said:

They never said anything about any efficiency curve... ?

it was just on forehand, nothing else


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RAM: 2x8 3333 mhz DDR4 Trident Z

MOBO: MSI Gaming Pro Carbon AC

HDD: 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Baracudda, 1 TB 5400 RPM Samsung Spinpoint HD103SI

SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB

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PSU: Seasonic Focus GX650

 

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23 minutes ago, nifty917 said:

so even rtx 2080 + i9 9900k which consume about 420ish watt should be fine for evga 450GD?

no, because the 9900k alone can do 200-250 watts on stock


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CPU: I5-8600k 5.0ghz

GPU: GTX 1070 ti EVGA SC Gaming

RAM: 2x8 3333 mhz DDR4 Trident Z

MOBO: MSI Gaming Pro Carbon AC

HDD: 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Baracudda, 1 TB 5400 RPM Samsung Spinpoint HD103SI

SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB

Case: Cooler Master Masterbox Lite 5 RGB (modified)

PSU: Seasonic Focus GX650

 

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