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Hi guys. I planned to buy cooler master psu but I’m in confuse which to go. Which one is better and more durable between Cooler Master Masterwatt Maker 1200W Titanium and Cooler Master V1200 Platinum? 

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Dafuq are you running?


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35 minutes ago, myselfolli said:

Check the new PSU tier list, it's really good:

The Cooler Master V1200 Platinum and Cooler Master V1200 Titanium are in the same god damn tier. How the hell is that going to help them at all?
This isn't just directed at you, but people if you have nothing to add other than "Check the PSU tier list" then don't bother posting.

 

45 minutes ago, Avin1913 said:

Hi guys. I planned to buy cooler master psu but I’m in confuse which to go. Which one is better and more durable between Cooler Master Masterwatt Maker 1200W Titanium and Cooler Master V1200 Platinum? 

What are your system specs? Those PSUs are expensive, and unless you're running multiple Radeon VIIs with a Threadripper 2990WX you probably don't need a 1200W PSU.


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2 minutes ago, Spotty said:

The Cooler Master V1200 Platinum and Cooler Master V1200 Titanium are in the same god damn tier. How the hell is that going to help them at all?
This isn't just directed at you, but people if you have nothing to add other than "Check the PSU tier list" then don't bother posting.

 

What are your system specs? Those PSUs are expensive, and unless you're running multiple Radeon VIIs with a Threadripper 2990WX you probably don't need a 1200W PSU.

Fair point, I didn't see that. Sorry


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What are you powering? The Masterwatt, as it has multi rail, assuming you actually need 1200W, and if absolutely no other options are available. 


 

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3 hours ago, Avin1913 said:

Cooler Master Masterwatt Maker 1200W Titanium and Cooler Master V1200 Platinum? 

The Masterwatt Maker is 'better' (both are excellent).

 

Then again like others have mentioned both are overkill for the greatest majority of PC's out there, besides any reason why you're consider only these two units?


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3 hours ago, Avin1913 said:

Hi guys. I planned to buy cooler master psu but I’m in confuse which to go. Which one is better and more durable between Cooler Master Masterwatt Maker 1200W Titanium and Cooler Master V1200 Platinum? 

Yeah, probably rather the Master Wat Maker 1200W Titanium.

The other one is an old design...

 

But what are you powering? You sure you need 1200W??


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Sorry guys my friend suggested this to me. But I really don’t know how much watt I needed and the brand I should consider. By the way my specs are: Motherboard: ROG Maximus XI extreme,

Processor: i9 9900k, Ram: Hyperx predator 4x 8gb 4000mhz, SSD: Samsung 970 Evo pro plus 500gb and m.2 Samsung Evo 860 1TB, AIO: Cooler master masterliquid argb 360. Can anyone suggest me a good brand and correct watt I needed?

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1 hour ago, Avin1913 said:

 

 Can anyone suggest me a good brand and correct watt I needed?

No, because (almost) every "quality" Brand goes from Crap to awesome, some "only" from meh to pretty good but its not a good idea to go by brand.

 

Anyway, are you Overclocking?? If so, you should assume somewhere around 200-300W for the CPU + TDP for the Graphics card, wich you didn't list.

THat's then the Wattage you need.

w/o OC a good 550W is all you need.

 

BUT: pls don't buy something at random, many PSU aren't that good only a few are.

 

Could you link to a shop you trust in your region?


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1 hour ago, Stefan Payne said:

No, because (almost) every "quality" Brand goes from Crap to awesome, some "only" from meh to pretty good but its not a good idea to go by brand.

 

Anyway, are you Overclocking?? If so, you should assume somewhere around 200-300W for the CPU + TDP for the Graphics card, wich you didn't list.

THat's then the Wattage you need.

w/o OC a good 550W is all you need.

 

BUT: pls don't buy something at random, many PSU aren't that good only a few are.

 

Could you link to a shop you trust in your region?

I’m using RTX 2080 ti FE 

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5 minutes ago, Avin1913 said:

I’m using RTX 2080 ti FE 

Ah, OK.

With that its a bit close with a 550W and you should look at 750W or so, dependin on the unit.


At that wattage Multi Rail is beginning to get important.


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