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Marijanusic
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could anyone help me out in chosing the right power supply for my components i will have 
-ryzen 5 2600 
-asus gtx 1080 strix

-case with 2*120mm fan and 1*200mm fan on the side

-i have dvd rw

-samsung evo 850 ssd

-WD Blue 500GB Desktop Hard Disk Drive - 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 16MB

-patriot viper 2*4gb 3000mhz

-gigabyte b350 gaming motherboard

and i have 27'' 144hz monitor 

 

 

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be quiet Straight Power 11, Bitfenix Formula, Cougar GX-F, any of those available in Serbia??

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10 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

i think i found a midle ground for components that i need so i was wondering if anyone of you can tell me if its a good choice for said build 

http://www.coolermaster.com/powersupply/masterwatt-lite-series/masterwatt-lite-230v-700w/

no, tier 4/d...

i would get a bit better. and there is no need for 700 watts, 500 or even 400 would be enough

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3 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

i chose to go with this one Seasonic SS-620GM2

Why would you do that? It's ancient, crap and loud. Return it if at all possible.

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19 hours ago, Marijanusic said:

i think i found a midle ground for components that i need so i was wondering if anyone of you can tell me if its a good choice for said build 

http://www.coolermaster.com/powersupply/masterwatt-lite-series/masterwatt-lite-230v-700w/

no, that's shit.

Why do you want such low quality unit? Do you want to have Problems like random freezes/reboots and shutdowns or get a new PC every couple of years?

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That is the best option:

https://www.emmi.rs/napajanja-i-dodatni-ventilatori-napajanje-750w-fsp-fortron-hydro-g-hg750.11.html?productId=75614

But a bit over budget and 750W...

STAY AWAY FROM HYDRO GE!!111

 

The next thing that is somewhat Okish, probably is that:

https://www.gigatron.rs/napajanja/cooler_master_napajanje_mwe_gold_550__mpy5501acaag-151546

 

I don't know about Sama...

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On 1/4/2019 at 1:06 AM, Marijanusic said:

i chose to go with this one Seasonic SS-620GM2

Well that was a dumb idea.

 

Glad you came here for assistance before making that decision.  ?

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On 1/4/2019 at 10:06 AM, Marijanusic said:

i chose to go with this one Seasonic SS-620GM2

You got one of the shittiest "named brand" PSU that is on the Market right now. even EVGA Bronze would probably be a bit better than that.

 

If something goes wrong, the protection of that unit are just not there. Only OPP and maybe UVP on 3,3V and 5V but NOT 12V...

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On 1/5/2019 at 6:57 PM, jonnyGURU said:

Well that was a dumb idea.

 

Glad you came here for assistance before making that decision.  ?

actualy i went and bought the FSP hydro G 750

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Looking at your specs, I'd play it safe with 500/550w although 400w would probably do it. There is no real need for wattage higher than 550w, however you may want to go a little higher to leave some 'wiggle room' for upgrades. As long as you choose something with a brand name/model no. and any level of 80+ certification, all will be good.

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