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  1. It's related to my previous post, but it is different after all, so hopefully it's not considered a double-post I ordered the MSI A650GF and then cancelled it and ordered the Corsair RM650x (2018) because it seems to be quieter. I got the Corsair for $75 instead of the MSI for $60. Besides price and noise level, what else are the pros and cons of each? Is the Corsair better overall? I saw that both use the same OEM (CWT). And I even heard someone say that the MSI is "the multi-rail version of the RMx". (CWT GPU platform) Is the "old" Corsair a
  2. What Not? I mount the PSU down because the case has special filter and mesh on the bottom, however I don't like the little height it has to suck air from below. Luckily this case also has a special metal plate that you can remove and then you have a hole for a fan-up configuration and that's what I will do. I cancelled the MSI PSU and ordered the RM650x (2018) for $74.99 - did I make a good choice?
  3. It looks good, but slightly over budget. Wow - passive to 70%?! How do they cool the things inside
  4. But 700 RPM is relatively quiet isn't it? Or it's a loud fan? I might also get the Corsair RM650x 2018 for 75$ instead - should I? I need a good quiet PSU because the PC is on the table (at this price range)
  5. Just ordered the MSI MPG A650GF for $60 (I had promotion on one order) I saw it's Tier A, and not low priority, although I did not find any review in English. Are these non-English reviews reliable? Also, does anyone have this PSU? Is it quiet?
  6. Just sell it as used every year and build a new PC with minimum loss of value (Keep the storage device for less hassle) To people seeing this reply: What do you think a $1000 PC for example is worth as used after 1 year?
  7. I'd just go for better air cooler instead of water cooling, one leak there and the pc is fried, and there are air coolers that are as good (or better) than water coolers
  8. I can't get one for a normal price where I live a DIY air cannister? You have to upload this when you finish Oh I saw that, never thought it's better than canned air
  9. What are some good solution to cleaning dust from the PC, which are not canned air? I've seen these type of dusters but they seem weak: https://www.amazon.com/Compressed-Electric-Electronics-Rechargeable-Destroyer/dp/B0972DQ833/ref=sr_1_7_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=opolar&qid=1634483400&sr=8-7-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExM0hQOVhaUTdEVkVSJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMzQ1MzI3MzhaQk1SN1RMOVVZOSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNDUzMDA5M1VNUDgyVksxOTZPSyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX210ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU= What about those mini air
  10. Thank you! Let's hope he has time to do this I will update if I got anything
  11. How long can you wait? We might see Alder Lake soon and it can be better for your budget
  12. thanks! I actually found something more powerful at my budget: (But it's not new and not only from Amazon) Specs: AMD build: CPU: Ryzen 5 2600x - $115~ (used) Motherboard - cheap B450, like the B450m Pro4, around $70~ Ram: 8GB DDR4 - $35~ PSU: PSU from Tier A or B (wattage depends on price), but around $60~ GPU: Something old that I have, enough for this usage Case: Reuse current generic case Storage: Reuse current SATA ssd Total: $280 Intel build: CPU: i3-10100F - $100~ Motherboard - H410/B460 - $1
  13. Thank you guys, these lottery vouchers I get through their website? Or I get from the store itself?
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