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PSU Tier List rev. 14.8

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For help choosing a power supply please Create a New Thread asking for assistance including your budget and system hardware to receive the best answers relevant to your specific needs.

Quick question, think I'm confused. What tier is the EVGA SuperNOVA G2 550w?

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6 hours ago, Quartz11 said:

OH!  So the review is for the PLUS version.  Ok, I'll tell my acquaintance to chuck his current PSU into a trash bin and run to get another.  It's the non-plus.

Yeah, it's not bomb tier bad per se, but it's group regulated with lackluster crossload performance, which alone doesn't let us to move it higher than tier D. And it's like 10 years old by now, so it's time to replace it anyway.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/evga-nex750g/

5 hours ago, bwccoug said:

Quick question, think I'm confused. What tier is the EVGA SuperNOVA G2 550w?

Tier A LP by current revision

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18 hours ago, Juular said:

Yeah, it's not bomb tier bad per se, but it's group regulated with lackluster crossload performance, which alone doesn't let us to move it higher than tier D. And it's like 10 years old by now, so it's time to replace it anyway.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/evga-nex750g/

Tier A LP by current revision

Ok thanks, I kind of thought so because its based off the Superflower Leadex line but I wasn't sure. About to upgrade my r7 3700x to a r7 5800x and wanted to make sure it'd be stable enough with my rx 5600xt or a 6800 down the line if prices ever come down

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Is there any info about the GA versions of EVGA?- i dont find them on the tier, the other option around same price in my local stores is ANTEC ne750g M wich seems to be the one on B tier. yellow label aswell, but im not sure cause there are different versions of it, i saw a "Zen" one aswell. appreciated.

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40 minutes ago, Nicane said:

Is there any info about the GA versions of EVGA?- i dont find them on the tier

They're there. 

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30 minutes ago, jonnyGURU said:

They're there. 

True. is in low priority tier B, but if is low priority then i should just avoid it and go for the ther one, I had it rough to find reviews for the ANTEC ne750g M, is the one at tier B right? because as i said in that coment there are different versions of it. is it a decent enough unit?

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1 hour ago, Nicane said:

True. is in low priority tier B, but if is low priority then i should just avoid it and go for the ther one, I had it rough to find reviews for the ANTEC ne750g M, is the one at tier B right? because as i said in that coment there are different versions of it. is it a decent enough unit?

Start a new thread that includes your location and complete system specs. 

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4 hours ago, Nicane said:

True. is in low priority tier B, but if is low priority then i should just avoid it and go for the ther one, I had it rough to find reviews for the ANTEC ne750g M, is the one at tier B right? because as i said in that coment there are different versions of it. is it a decent enough unit?

All relevant reviews are linked in the spreadsheet :

- EVGA GA

https://wolflsi.pixnet.net/blog/post/69260200

- Antec Neo Eco GM

https://www.gdm.or.jp/review/2021/0915/408260

 

They're pretty much on par with each other in a sense that there are near zero reviews on them. So it's not a good idea to put them into anything but a budget rig.

 

And if you want some other recommendations i gotta agree with Jon here, make a new thread.

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i never asked this before but how do you guys know how good a power supply is?

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So, If I'm understanding the sheet correctly, it looks like the best value for 1000w is the Corsair rm1000x 2021? Am I reading this correctly as Tier A gold? At 189$ It looks like the best priced tier a gold psu.

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5 minutes ago, pblogic said:

So, If I'm understanding the sheet correctly, it looks like the best value for 1000w is the Corsair rm1000x 2021? Am I reading this correctly as Tier A gold? At 189$ It looks like the best priced tier a gold psu.

Nevermind, just saw this list was end of life for some reason? The list over at cultists is newer, and has the EVGA G6 on there as well.

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15 minutes ago, pblogic said:

So, If I'm understanding the sheet correctly, it looks like the best value for 1000w is the Corsair rm1000x 2021? Am I reading this correctly as Tier A gold? At 189$ It looks like the best priced tier a gold psu.

Pretty much, in US at least. With EVGA G6 being close second (worth it to go for RM-x even if it's more expensive if you need 1kW tho, unless you're size constrained).

8 minutes ago, pblogic said:

Nevermind, just saw this list was end of life for some reason? The list over at cultists is newer, and has the EVGA G6 on there as well.

Correct.

22 minutes ago, adarw said:

i never asked this before but how do you guys know how good a power supply is?

By reading and analyzing proper, professional reviews.

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14 hours ago, jonnyGURU said:

Start a new thread that includes your location and complete system specs. 

well. i purchased a 12400f and running a RX480 at the moment on my old PC wich will migrate to the new one! i know that 750w is plenty, in fact my 550w plus right now is been handling a 4790k with the 480 for years, however i want to have ton of extra room for later purchases especially for a newer GPU... in my local store i can find that for 150 or cooler master MWE V2 750 wich i saw is in terrible spot on the list... if i extend the room to 195 wich is quite an stretch i may find a Seasonic GX-850 (SSR-850FX)...

 

The other thing that i can do is use amazon, in my country we pay ton of taxes but i can potentially buy a RMX 750 for 162dls... however if it comes broken, i may have some problems here because the legal norms here in the third world are kinda terrible.

 

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For help choosing a power supply please Create a New Thread asking for assistance including your budget and system hardware to receive the best answers relevant to your specific needs.

 

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On 9/29/2021 at 7:44 PM, Jayjr1105 said:

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.

Nice, I own a superflower leadex II 650w which I bought 2 years ago, didnt know it is so good.

Anything worth to upgrade it? Since I dont see it anymore on psu tier list from cultist.

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I'm just trying to upgrade my Aerocool White 500W after I think it murdered my RX 580 XD

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Why Seasonic S12II and S12III is marked as tier D PSU?

*and I just see the update on psucultist, it's in tier E 🙀. Why?

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2 hours ago, benzema003 said:

Why Seasonic S12II and S12III is marked as tier D PSU?

There are footnotes, read them.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Any thoughts on the internals of the MF700F from the pics in the other thread:

 

 

I know it's probably at least 2 years too early to discuss FlexATX, but with the Silverstone FX600 Platinum coming out, and the 1100W SFX and 1300W SFX-L coming out soon as well (there's a decent chance that's gonna shift consumer awareness and/or mindshare in the western markets)

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8 hours ago, Dogzilla07 said:

Any thoughts on the internals of the MF700F from the pics in the other thread:

There are near zero reviews on any FlexATX PSUs so far so they aren't really in the scope of this tier list (yet).

 

Speaking of that thing, looks modern enough, LLC resonant primary, DC-DC secondary, cheap ChengX main cap of questionable quality but it's secondary that matters and i can't make out anything from there. In any case, we need proper reviews to put it higher than tier C anyway, even if we'll start adding FlexATX.

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Hi what is really the difference between single and multi rail ?

Because i kinda want the ASUS thor psu or is there a better alternative because i want to buy a gold name one from the list 

Can you suggest me an alternative

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1 hour ago, Lord John said:

Hi what is really the difference between single and multi rail ?

Multi rail means the PSU has protections to safely shut down if there is a very high load on a single rail. E.g. if you have a 850W single rail PSU, you could draw 850W through a single SATA connector without the PSU shutting down. A multi rail PSU would shut down. 

 

Single rail just means the PSU manufacturer cheaped out and did not include that protection. 

1 hour ago, Lord John said:

Because i kinda want the ASUS thor psu or is there a better alternative because i want to buy a gold name one from the list 

It's a downgraded Seasonic Prime with an OLED display that will fail way before the rest of the PSU. 

1 hour ago, Lord John said:

Can you suggest me an alternative

No one can come with meaningful recommendations without knowing what you're powering or where you're buying from. All of which you should specify in your own thread instead of just dumping it here. 

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13 hours ago, Juular said:

There are near zero reviews on any FlexATX PSUs so far so they aren't really in the scope of this tier list (yet).

 

Speaking of that thing, looks modern enough, LLC resonant primary, DC-DC secondary, cheap ChengX main cap of questionable quality but it's secondary that matters and i can't make out anything from there. In any case, we need proper reviews to put it higher than tier C anyway, even if we'll start adding FlexATX.

Thank you very much. Yeah I understand the constraints, just the general thoughts, outlook like this; from you, or any of the other regular posters, is more than enough. It helps me greatly to, with greater accuracy, visualize roughly where it fits in compared other FLEX competitors. All of them compared to SFX/SFX-L. And how the manufacturer fits in (old company, but new to consumer space), and so on.

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