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2 minutes ago, LuisS said:

SPC Supremo M2 550W or the Kolink Enclave 600W.

Kolink Enclave should be a bit better, mainly because it's confirmed that it has OTP.

3 minutes ago, LuisS said:

Or are there better options for a similar price?

Probably, i don't know where are you buying from.

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8 minutes ago, Juular said:

Probably, i don't know where are you buying from.

Basically from any retailer that ships to me (Germany) mainly Amazon(DE), Mindfactory(DE) and HardwareRat(DE). But i would buy from every trustworthy seller that ships to me.

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3 minutes ago, LuisS said:

Basically from any retailer that ships to me (Germany) mainly Amazon(DE), Mindfactory(DE) and HardwareRat(DE).

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/Y3bCmG/phanteks-amp-550-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ph-p550g_us01

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/3H2bt6/seasonic-focus-550-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-focus-gx-550

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/B8RFf7/bitfenix-formula-gold-650w-80-gold-certified-atx-power-supply-bp-fm650ulag-7r

Probably not cheaper but as far as i see there's only about 10 EUR difference with the PSUs you were planning to get and it worth it, with GTX1080 especially.

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15 minutes ago, Juular said:

What about the SPC SUPREMO FM2 650W? You said it should have OTP so it sould be a good choice too, right?

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2 minutes ago, LuisS said:

What about the SPC SUPREMO FM2 650W? You said it should have OTP so it sould be a good choice too, right?

It's fine, if cheaper than those options i've mentioned.

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24 minutes ago, Juular said:

It's fine, if cheaper than those options i've mentioned.

About the same price as the Bitfinix Formula. The other ones are 10 € more. And with 650 W I would be in a better position efficiency ways and with the fannoise.

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2 minutes ago, LuisS said:

About the same price as the Bitfinix Formula. The other ones are 10 € more. And with 650 W I would be in a better position efficiency ways and with the fannoise.

Get Formula then, it's a very good PSU, there are more reviews on it than on all PSUs based on platform behind SPC Supremo, and it's very quiet, it can't get much quieter than that.

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https://tpucdn.com/review/bitfenix-bf750f/images/cl_fan.jpg

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25 minutes ago, Juular said:

Get Formula then, it's a very good PSU, there are more reviews on it than on all PSUs based on platform behind SPC Supremo, and it's very quiet, it can't get much quieter than that.

But its non-modular... I will look if i can fit it in with the extra cables when my new case arrives.

Is there a good reason to not use my old PSU(Enermax Revolution 85+ 1020 80 Silver) until I get the new one?

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11 minutes ago, LuisS said:

But its non-modular... I will look if i can fit it in with the extra cables when my new case arrives.

Is there a good reason to not use my old PSU(Enermax Revolution 85+ 1020 80 Silver) until I get the new one?

It looks like a decent unit actually, not what i would've recommended to long term usage singe it's very old but for temporary use it's fine.

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Thank you for your help!

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5 hours ago, LuisS said:

Basically from any retailer that ships to me (Germany) mainly Amazon(DE), Mindfactory(DE) and HardwareRat(DE). But i would buy from every trustworthy seller that ships to me.

https://geizhals.de/fractal-design-ion-560p-560w-platinum-fd-psu-ionp-560p-bk-a2108453.html?hloc=at&hloc=de

 

? :) twelve years warranty, platinum efficiency.

 

Super Flower Leadex III Gold 550w

https://geizhals.de/super-flower-leadex-iii-gold-schwarz-550w-atx-sf-550f14hg-a2084834.html?hloc=at&hloc=de

 

Focus GX ~ 83eur

https://geizhals.de/seasonic-focus-gx-550w-atx-2-4-focus-gx-550-a2119946.html?hloc=at&hloc=de

 

Seasonic Core GM 650w from 75 EUR

https://geizhals.de/seasonic-core-gm-650w-atx-2-4-ssr-650lm-core-gm-650-a2123561.html?hloc=at&hloc=de

 

just a few nice options.

Life is really challenging. I don't always suceed: )

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24 minutes ago, Vejnemojnen said:

I just see 10, but interesting a platinum PSU for 110 Euro.

But I think im going to buy the Bit Fenix Formula 80 Plus Gold 650W, its 10mm shorter than most PSUs so I have a bit more room to store the cables that I don’t need.

 

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On 5/4/2020 at 12:03 PM, semiramist said:

I took the risk and bought Performance GD from that seller. Thanks for your help.

hello fellow Turkish friend, i've also bought high power performance gd (i was the one who actually introduced it to here, thanks to the Juular and some other cool people, they managed to match it with chieftec polaris model, which they deem good enough quality for midrange systems)

 

i've been using it for about 2 months with a 2700x and a gtx 1080, no issues so far

 

only possible concerns are probably its low warranty period (2 years or 3 years at best, mine is 2 years thanks to teknobiyotik)

 

and its fans are sleeve beared, which means they can have shorter life span compared to other more better built fans (i think double ball bearing or smth like that).

 

but i think if the fan fails, psu have overtemp protection so you would probably know. and it is said that it is fairly easy to change the fan so... i took the risk as well in that case 

 

so far, so good. i hope fan doesn't fail on me though, it wouldn't be a very pleasant experience

 

i'm also torn between to put or not to put a dust filter beneath the psu. potentially, dust filter will limit the airflow so the fan will have to work faster, and possibly run out of its live quicker. but if i dont use dust filter, since my computer is on the ground and it tends to be a dust magnet, the psu will be full of dust probably.

 

so dont know which way i would follow, i think maybe juular can give some insight on this topic to whether I should use dust filter or not for my psu, which one would bring more harm to the psu_?

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, viceice said:

and its fans are sleeve beared

That's confirmed ? You have it on the box or smth ?

Dust filter wouldn't harm anything, most high-end cases have them preinstalled anyway.

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31 minutes ago, Juular said:

That's confirmed ? You have it on the box or smth ?

Dust filter wouldn't harm anything, most high-end cases have them preinstalled anyway.

I actually made an assumption, cant say its for sure, i guess the tag "f12s" on the model could point out that its a 12 centimeter, "s"leeve bearing?

 

there is no way i can deduct its bearing type without pulling it sticker on its fan i guess? 

 

thanks for insight, im holding onto my dust filter then 😛 less dust is better i guess

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3 minutes ago, viceice said:

i guess the tag "f12s" on the model could point out that its a 12 centimeter, "s"leeve bearing?

Not necessarily but we haven't seen a shot of it's insides, neither i'm 100% sure if Chieftec Polaris fan is a sleeve, it could be a rifle.

4 minutes ago, viceice said:

there is no way i can deduct its bearing type without pulling it sticker on its fan i guess?

Yeah but i thought that there may be smth on the box about it's fan because otherwise there are very limited information on this SKU online.

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13 minutes ago, Juular said:

Not necessarily but we haven't seen a shot of it's insides, neither i'm 100% sure if Chieftec Polaris fan is a sleeve, it could be a rifle.

Yeah but i thought that there may be smth on the box about it's fan because otherwise there are very limited information on this SKU online.

but again, since its cheap, its probably sleeve bearing :( theres gotta be some "negative" points for it to be this cheap, or maybe its my skewed point of view, possibly

 

i mean, if it were to have a dual ball bearing or rifle bearing fan, i think you said it would put it at tier a tor tier a-, no? :D and since tier A psus are usually pricing between 900-1300 Turkish liras, these PSUs really do stand out 560 TL for 600w model, and 700 TL for 750w model. of couurse being modular probably have its cost probably, and thats surely a negative point i can be more okay

 

since you guys redeemed it with its quality ; i've suggested to alot of people. these units are being sold at the the same pr ice for a corsair vs 650 (grey), which costs about 550-600 tl range. and current price of hp performance gd 600w is 567 tl to be exact.

 

so it was a good addition to our PSU suggestion lists in our local forums. sadly, many people cannot take the freedom of spending 900+ turkish liras on more expensive PSUs such as xpg arc reactor :( again, i do suggest them those higher end PSUs but at least thanks to this budget model, they can stay way from models such as hydro 700 and corsair vs650 

 

did I mention that my friend bought cooler master masterwatt lite 600w over this model for about almost the same price?

 

or do yu remember the guy i asked you abouıt? the one with corsair mwe bronze 700w and you said its ripples are bad? that psu costed him 650 TLs... but their point of view was askewed (maybe like me) and they rebuked me that they wouldnt buy a 600w psu over 700w psu... sadly...

 

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i dont know if any high power represantatives here but i m very glad for them to create a budget psu that is okay and can be very affordoble for countries like us. thankx you alot, and again, thax you psu master people too

 

 

 

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On 5/2/2020 at 2:29 AM, Juular said:

What did you order ? And what's your GPU ?

I would say so, they're just not as detailed as ones by Aris.

Not sure what you're asking here, as in you want to certify your PSU or what ? In this case you better off contacting Cybenetics directly.

Sorry for the really late reply. Allow me to rephrase my question completely: What exactly is the whole point of the Cybernetics website? 

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whats the point of the 80+ site?

It gives certificates for the quality and the noise of a psu. They are not mandatory but it helps the consumers choose a good psu so fair psu brands use them

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2 hours ago, grmaster said:

whats the point of the 80+ site?

showing efficiency, that's all what Plugload technically tests with it

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Hello gentlemen, I am here to ask you: where would the Zalman LX series be on the list if it was included?

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17 minutes ago, Enover5 said:

Hello gentlemen, I am here to ask you: where would the Zalman LX series be on the list if it was included?

Probably C, definitely B or (more likely) lower. But Im not an expert.

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38 minutes ago, Enover5 said:

Hello gentlemen, I am here to ask you: where would the Zalman LX series be on the list if it was included?

700W - tier B, other wattages - tier C.

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36 minutes ago, Juular said:

700W - tier B, other wattages - tier C.

Great, thanks a lot.

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I thought my hunt for weird unknown PSUs was over, but not at all. Oh no.

Would you know if the Tacens Radix VII AG is any good?

Some random italian youtube channel claims it is made by FSP, but they do have D Tier PSUs in this list, so they don't always deliver I guess.

It should be noted that is is 80+ Silver-rated though

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