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I need a new psu

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello everyone, i recently built a new rig (ryzen 5 3600, gtx 1660 super gigabyte 3 fans, msi b450 tomahawk max, 16gb 3600mhz viper patriot, 256gb adata ssd, 2tb toshiba hdd, cooler master mb600l, and currently no psu ). I have a few problems with the rig, and one of them was an insane coil whine psu antec ne650m. I finnaly managed to return it and get my money back. So im looking to get a psu, but there is such a narrow selection in my country, there is no corsair or evga or even seasonic units. I found these two and im split between them. Be quiet! Straight Power 11 750w gold and the Fractal design ion+ 860p platinum. I need a silent psu. 

 

You can also suggest anything else and i might check it out, but im focused on these two right now.

 

 

Thanks!

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12 minutes ago, wukashin said:

I found these two and im split between them. Be quiet! Straight Power 11 750w gold and the Fractal design ion+ 860p platinum. I need a silent psu. 

hello :)

if you are considering these two i would go for the bequiet psu.

both of them are  a bit overpowered for your system as it won't pull much more than around 300W under full load. maybe a bit more if you are overclocking.

be quiet makes very nice PSUs, never had any issues with them. they also run quiet or more often than not inaudible.

 

if you want to save some money i would rather go for a 500-600W unit. those would also run more efficient with the power draw of your machine

 

i hope i could help :)


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Well, they're both good, be quiet! one is a bit better but really i'd just get cheaper one (or be quiet! if it's like 10$ or less).


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Juular said:

Well, they're both good, be quiet! one is a bit better but really i'd just get cheaper one (or be quiet! if it's like 10$ or less).

I forgot to mention that they are the same price.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 minutes ago, Heinz57 said:

hello :)

if you are considering these two i would go for the bequiet psu.

both of them are  a bit overpowered for your system as it won't pull much more than around 300W under full load. maybe a bit more if you are overclocking.

be quiet makes very nice PSUs, never had any issues with them. they also run quiet or more often than not inaudible.

 

if you want to save some money i would rather go for a 500-600W unit. those would also run more efficient with the power draw of your machine

 

i hope i could help :)

Thanks a lot man, this helps!

 

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Just now, wukashin said:

I forgot to mention that they are the same price.

Fine, go for be quiet! then.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 9/18/2020 at 9:24 AM, wukashin said:

Thanks a lot man, this helps!

 

I ordered the psu, it will arrive on Tuesday, excited for it, also a question, will i be able to upgrade to a 3060 ti and still maintain with the psu? Thanks.

 

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3 hours ago, wukashin said:

I ordered the psu, it will arrive on Tuesday, excited for it, also a question, will i be able to upgrade to a 3060 ti and still maintain with the psu? Thanks.

Ask when we'll know something about RTX3060 Ti.


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3 hours ago, wukashin said:

I ordered the psu, it will arrive on Tuesday, excited for it, also a question, will i be able to upgrade to a 3060 ti and still maintain with the psu? Thanks.

 

I mean, it can handle a 3080 (and probably a 3090), so a 3060Ti (or whatever they'll name it) should be easy.


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