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PSU Tier List rev. 14.8

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On 9/27/2021 at 3:41 AM, IIIIIIIIII said:

CoolerMaster V750 V2 review

 

Overall it looks great. 

Worried about the OEM, but...

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Looks like the new MSI units but they are HEC I believe.  Never heard of Gospower OEM before.

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17 minutes ago, Jayjr1105 said:

Looks like the new MSI units

No... Definitely Cooler Master.

17 minutes ago, Jayjr1105 said:

but they are HEC I believe.  Never heard of Gospower OEM before.

They exist. Gospower is a subsidiary of Gospell.

http://www.gospower.com/

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9 minutes ago, Milanizer said:

Hey guys. Just realized cooler master launched another entry level PSU, the CM G600 Gold. https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/power-supplies/g-series/g600-gold/

 

Any chance this is good enough for intel 10400/11400 and 1660 super? There's also CX550m in a similar price range (80 USD) in my country.

Best if you make a new thread here instead of asking in this thread:

 

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57 minutes ago, Milanizer said:

Hey guys. Just realized cooler master launched another entry level PSU, the CM G600 Gold.

Downgraded MWE Gold, probably isn't a bomb. Whether it's adequate for this config is up for debate, i'd suggest making a new thread too.

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Question on the current Tier position or update. Re EVGA G3 - it's still being tagged as a "low priority" unit [6] Early EVGA G3 revisions had issues with out-of-spec performance under overload. @Juular you once doubted that SuperFlower is still making them, while I pondered that these may be old stock. Yet the G3 units (and even some G2) are still happily sold by Newegg. Is there any reason to consider these apparently new units (not early) as still Low Priority - those were early units out of specs, no update now I suppose? Or are we talking about OCP and OTP still too high regardless if it's newer?

 

Otherwise, I can understand that nothing has changed for early units, they are still out of spec and are most probably present, as used, on the market, hence the need to keep them as Low Priority?

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@DarthFKWe don't know, I haven't heard a definite answer on whether EVGA somehow still produces them still (by RSY maybe) either. And i doubt that EVGA or Newegg would say something. Until then i assume that these are indeed old stock and problem may still persist.

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G3 was Superflower Leadex II, one of the best JonnyGuru scores of 9.8/10(must use archive.org to find the review).  Can't imagine EVGA would chance their PSU reputation with a G3 bomb.  Just buy a Superflower Leadex III for less if you're worried about OEM, there's no question who the OEM is there.

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Just now, Jayjr1105 said:

Can't imagine EVGA would chance their PSU reputation

They've already chanced it enough with 90% of their other lineup.

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1 minute ago, Juular said:

They've already chanced it enough with 90% of their other lineup.

Are you referring to all the sub supernova stuff?  GP, GR, GS, etc.

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Just now, Jayjr1105 said:

Are you referring to all the sub supernova stuff?  GP, GR, GS, etc.

Pretty much everything recent after G2 came out. People are buying EVGA PSUs solely based on the reputation that G2 gave them. And EVGA is happy to oblige, not sending any review samples. Their PSUs don't blow-up (mostly) but that doesn't mean they're good, and no reviews to prove otherwise. With the only recent example of G6, which is Seasonic based so now people would buy all their PSUs because 'EVGA PSUs are made by Seasonic'. With the EVGA's mindset i'm very wary of recommending G3, they could be old stock, they could be made by RSY, with unknown consequences to QC, considering EVGA likely doesn't do QC on their side, they could be factory refurbished units sold as new (which is probably illegal in US but who would find out if there are no new reviews on it), or they could be made actually by Super Flower, but so far no one could confirm that EVGA is working with them again. A lot of assumptions here but that's just how you treat PSUs, guilty until proven otherwise.

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Newegg seems fairly transparent with keeping the stock photos up to date with their PSU's.  For example, the Rosewill Capstone was 1st Superflower made, then Enhance made it for a while, now Andyson makes it.  Every time it changed they updated the stock photos.  And currently the EVGA G3 photo view from the back grille is 100% SF Leadex II based.

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Just now, Jayjr1105 said:

Newegg seems fairly transparent with keeping the stock photos up to date with their PSU's.  For example, the Rosewill Capstone was 1st Superflower made, then Enhance made it for a while, now Andyson makes it.  Every time it changed they updated the stock photos.  And currently the EVGA G3 photo view from the back grille is 100% SF Leadex II based. 

Capstones were all different SKUs.

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@Juularso i've been running this 3070 ti both in full power and undervolted and even with an rx 580 mining in the background(about 150w)(i know, miners=bad but it's free money right?) and 0 issues. soon my 5600x, b550-a pro and 2x8gb g skill ripjaws will arrive and i will test again. but so far so good. i think that maybe seasonic changed something without updating the model.

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5 hours ago, seasoniclover said:

i think that maybe seasonic changed something without updating the model.

Or it's actually only Prime Titanium that's affected somehow, we still don't know for sure, data is sparse and Seasonic doesn't help really.

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anyone know how to identify what year made of psu based on SKU or product serial? i'm talking about seasonic (SSR-650FM)

  • 1652176521_PH-7101200656 SKU
i know how to identify corsair but seasonic i don't have any clue lol. i'm not sure if its the 2018 or 2019 - 2021 good ones.
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Hello, I have a question about the Deepcool DQ750-M-V2L 750W PSU. In the website it is in tier C. But in the Google spreadsheet it is in tier A. Which one is correct? I need to know because I found a great prebuilt pc with that psu. Will it be good for rtx3070, i7 10700k. 16gb ram, 240AIO, z590 pc?

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19 minutes ago, elegantbruhh said:

In the website it is in tier C. But in the Google spreadsheet it is in tier A.

Website is always correct. Forum threads are correct for now too, but i don't plan to update THW thread to the next revision, too time consuming considering that the formatting would also be different, don't know about Luke (i.e this thread). Spreadsheet is not up-to-date but we'll fix that for the next revision since most of the old and irrelevant units would be moved out from the tier list there. So tier list on the website would be shorter version of tier list in the spreadsheet only with units you can buy today.

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Just now, Juular said:

Website is always correct. Forum threads are correct for now too, but i don't plan to update them to the next revision, too time consuming considering that the formatting would also be different. Spreadsheet is not up-to-date but we'll fix that for the next revision since most of the old and irrelevant units would be moved out from the tier list there. So tier list on the website would be shorter version of tier list in the spreadsheet only with units you can buy today.

That means the unit is actually tier C... Thats a shame. I found a prebuilt pc for really great price. The unit is not good for pc with rtx3070, i7 10700k. 16gb ram, 240AIO, z590 ?

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4 minutes ago, Juular said:

Website is always correct. Forum threads are correct for now too, but i don't plan to update THW thread to the next revision, too time consuming considering that the formatting would also be different, don't know about Luke (i.e this thread). Spreadsheet is not up-to-date but we'll fix that for the next revision since most of the old and irrelevant units would be moved out from the tier list there. So tier list on the website would be shorter version of tier list in the spreadsheet only with units you can buy today.

The spreadsheet is correct for the unit he's mentioning :
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2 minutes ago, elegantbruhh said:

The unit is not good for pc with rtx3070, i7 10700k. 16gb ram, 240AIO, z590 ?

Not that it's not good for that build, it's not good for non-220V-only mains, i.e Americas, Canada, Australia, Japan, because APFC side is a bit too weak. It would work but Jon has managed to blow up a few samples in his 90VAC burn-in tests (the reference CWT platform, not Deepcool specifically). Granted 90VAC is lower than what you'll see in these countries most of the time but voltage drops happen, and for example Japan is closer to that already since they're 100VAC.

Just now, electropical said:

The spreadsheet is correct for the unit he's mentioning :
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Because i've just fixed that.

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2 minutes ago, Juular said:

Not that it's not good for that build, it's not good for non-220V-only mains, i.e Americas, Canada, Australia, Japan, because APFC side is a bit too weak. It would work but Jon has managed to blow up a few samples in his 90VAC burn-in tests (the reference CWT platform, not Deepcool specifically). Granted 90VAC is lower than what you'll see in these countries most of the time but voltage drops happen, and for example Japan is closer to that already since they're 100VAC.

Because i've just fixed that.

I live in Europe and we have 220V in my country. So its ok then? Or should I just skip that build? Its a really great build for the price, but If Ill have to drop another $100-$150 for a new psu (and still keep the DQMV2L) then it isnt all that great anymore 😄

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