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are cooler master mwe gold psu's any good?

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im looking to buy a new psu that is about 650-750 watts and I was wandering what the cm mwe gold psu's are like?

I couldn't find them on the tier list

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1 hour ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, boy do i have something for you down my signature...

 

That subjective list thing that doesn't include the mentioned PSU?

1 hour ago, GITGAMING said:

what the cm mwe gold psu's are like?

Review https://ru.gecid.com/power/cooler_master_mwe_gold_550/

1 hour ago, GITGAMING said:

im looking to buy a new psu that is about 650-750 watts

What are your full system specs and location?

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18 hours ago, Rexper said:

That subjective list thing that doesn't include the mentioned PSU?

Review https://ru.gecid.com/power/cooler_master_mwe_gold_550/

What are your full system specs and location?

Im using a ryzen 5 2600x, and I should soon be upgrading to a 980 ti, gtx 1070 or vega 56. Im in Australia. I should be overclocking and i would like to have some room 

sorry for the late reply only just saw your reply

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17 minutes ago, GITGAMING said:

Im using a ryzen 5 2600x, and I should soon be upgrading to a 980 ti, gtx 1070 or vega 56. Im in Australia

sorry for the late reply only just saw your reply

I suggest the Corsair TX550M for $120, or the Corsair RM550x for $140. 550w is enough for you intentions.

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ok, would I be able to do much overclocking on 550w though?

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3 minutes ago, Rexper said:

I suggest the Corsair TX550M for $120, or the Corsair RM550x for $140. 550w is enough for you intentions.

ok, would I be able to do much overclocking on 550w though?

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14 minutes ago, GITGAMING said:

ok, would I be able to do much overclocking on 550w though?

Yes, you'd be able to overclock on a good quality 550w PSU.

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6 minutes ago, Rexper said:

Yes, you'd be able to overclock on a good quality 550w PSU.

Ok, thanks

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19 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

really. I should make @LienusLateTips aware about it then...

Its basically the same as the Xilence Performance X, just with a bit better fan, though higher fan speed.

My 750W Performance X starts at 350rpm or so. Rediculously low.

25 minutes ago, GITGAMING said:

ok, would I be able to do much overclocking on 550w though?

As much as with other wattages.

 

Good quality PSU is more important than higher wattage...

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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4 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Its basically the same as the Xilence Performance X, just with a bit better fan, though higher fan speed.

My 750W Performance X starts at 350rpm or so. Rediculously low.

As much as with other wattages.

 

Good quality PSU is more important than higher wattage...

yeah, even that one isn't listed (xilence in general even), so that one should be added too

 

fully agree

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