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Which psu is good enough !!! Need help!!!

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hi . My system is : r5 2600

b450m pro4f 

Rx570 Gaming X 

Pls help me pick a psu for my system . 
-Andyson M5+550w
- Ximatek Xpower II 650 

-Zalman ZM700 TX

-Aerocool Plus VX-600

-Old Fsp hyn 500w

-Old corsair VS 550

-old Fsp Hydro 700w

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A good 550W would be enough even.

 

Maybe something like a Modular beQuiet or Corsair?

 

That way you improve cable management, or do you not want to spend that much money on a PSU?


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If consider between this 3 if I was you getting Zalman ZM700 TX , more power always better even any of those will do the job, your system not require much

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None of these? A good quality 500w unit will be plenty. All the new units you listed are not really good to pretty bad quality and will fail to deliver their advertised power.

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7 minutes ago, jaslion said:

and will fail to deliver their advertised power.

Source? Any basis in reality for that claim?


 

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3 minutes ago, seon123 said:

Source? Any basis in reality for that claim?

The aerocool: mixed reviews of early failiure

Xigmatek: same components in 400w and 600w unit so that's odd

Zalman: is good enough read over that one

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56 minutes ago, Ukyo82 said:

If consider between this 3 if I was you getting Zalman ZM700 TX , more power always better even any of those will do the job, your system not require much

unreliable. and more power does not better. 


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3 minutes ago, Wolfycapt said:

unreliable. and more power does not better. 

I see many people suffer buying low Watts, more power not mean better yes but if consider that price range is always better

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1 minute ago, Ukyo82 said:

I see many people suffer buying low Watts, more power not mean better yes but if consider that price range is always better

nah always aim middle 550W for that system. even if the prices are same with the higher watts is not a comparison. compare same watt and different price.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
25 minutes ago, jaslion said:

None of these? A good quality 500w unit will be plenty. All the new units you listed are not really good to pretty bad quality and will fail to deliver their advertised power.

Will andyson m5+ be a good choice ? 

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1 minute ago, MasterPrimax said:

Will andyson m5+ be a good choice ? 

From what I can find no. Why not just get a corsair cx 550?

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