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3 minutes ago, seon123 said:

I wouldn't trust it for anything. 

 

Well its between this, some Chieftec non rated units and potential fire hazards, is this better than those?

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1 minute ago, Bot_controller said:

Well its between this, some Chieftec non rated units and potential fire hazards, is this better than those?

we can't know for sure if there's not much more than some internal shots, indicating if it was perfect otherwise it'd be at the very best tier c. but with the past aerocool budget units, I'm skeptical

 

are there really no other options for you?

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

we can't know for sure if there's not much more than some internal shots, indicating if it was perfect otherwise it'd be at the very best tier c. but with the past aerocool budget units, I'm skeptical

 

are there really no other options for you?

Nah, my market is pretty bad so no other decent looking units that i could buy.. (none that aren't over the moon pricing at least..)

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Just now, Bot_controller said:

Nah, my market is pretty bad so no other decent looking units that i could buy.. (none that aren't over the moon pricing at least..)

what is your system specifications ? and where do you live ?

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18 hours ago, Tenma White said:

You bought 10 Gigabyte G750H?

yes, for builds for friends and my personal rig (they go as low as $60 new here in canada)

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Just now, RainingTacco said:

Hi, why leadex III is is in dangerous category? It's because of EMI? 

It has critical flaws in protections, from what I remember.

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7 minutes ago, Mezoxin said:

what is your system specifications ? and where do you live ?

xeon 2440

r9 390

8gb ram

Im currently running on an old OCZ  ZS650W

I live in Latvia.

Even this Aerocool unit costs around 60 euro.

The Gigabyte unit that Lienus bought costs 90 Euro here. 60 is the max i can spend for the PSU.

 

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@LukeSavenije would you consider adding the fan type in the tier list criterea ? since they are known to be the  first component to fail in a psu under normal operation 

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5 minutes ago, Bot_controller said:

xeon 2440

r9 390

8gb ram

Im currently running on an old OCZ  ZS650W

I live in Latvia.

Even this Aerocool unit costs around 60 euro.

so you can buy from europe online easily  ? i would reccomend a quality 650 PSU something like the corsair TXM or bitfenix formula gold should be within your budget , have seen prices in europe at almost 70 euros 

 

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13 minutes ago, RainingTacco said:

Hi, why leadex III is is in dangerous category? It's because of EMI? 

high voltage drop, down to 11.4v, but only the 650w showed this

 

9 minutes ago, Mezoxin said:

would you consider adding the fan type in the tier list criterea

I've had my concepts recently, but until i find something with that it stays this way

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1 minute ago, Mezoxin said:

have seen prices in europe at almost 70 euros

unfortunately that's less for south Europe compared to west

 

12 minutes ago, Bot_controller said:

60 is the max i can spend for the PSU.

do you have a site for me?

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HDD: 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Baracudda, 1 TB 5400 RPM Samsung Spinpoint HD103SI

SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB

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PSU: Seasonic Focus GX650

 

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3 minutes ago, Mezoxin said:

so you can buy from europe online easily  ? i would reccomend a quality 650 PSU something like the corsair TXM or bitfenix formula gold should be within your budget , have seen prices in europe at almost 70 euros 

 

What online site? Can you list?

I moslty buy from my countrie's online retailer so i dont need to pay for large shipping costs.

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8 minutes ago, Bot_controller said:

What online site? Can you list?

I moslty buy from my countrie's online retailer so i dont need to pay for large shipping costs.

https://www.1a.lv/datoru_komponentes_tikla_produkti/korpuss_dzesesana/barosanas_bloki/bitfenix_psu_formula_80_plus_gold_550w

https://www.1a.lv/datoru_komponentes_tikla_produkti/korpuss_dzesesana/barosanas_bloki/corsair_txm_series_550w_cp9020133eu

https://www.1a.lv/datoru_komponentes_tikla_produkti/korpuss_dzesesana/barosanas_bloki/corsair_vengeance_psu_550m_550w

 

I am sure you can afford an extra 7 to 15 euros , its worth the investment 

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Just now, Bot_controller said:

Like i said before, 60 is already pushing my price range and the r9 390 recommends a 650W at the very least.

But thanks for trying!

R9 390 can run on a good 450W. They only recommend 650 so they don't get sued if you used something like a 5960X.

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Just now, Bot_controller said:

Like i said before, 60 is already pushing my price range and the r9 390 recommends a 650W at the very least.

But thanks for trying!

the r9 390 has one 8 pin and one 6 pin , the 650w is an exageration if it needed that much power it would atleast have 3 8 pin connectors 

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2 minutes ago, Mezoxin said:

the r9 390 has one 8 pin and one 6 pin , the 650w is an exageration if it needed that much power it would atleast have 3 8 pin connectors 

Well that's good to know! Thanks for the info.

Though any premium 550 is still out of the price budget.

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4 minutes ago, Bot_controller said:

Well that's good to know! Thanks for the info.

Though any premium 550 is still out of the price budget.

the vengence is only 7 euros above your budget , save some money till you can afford it , because the aerocool unit you mentioned is throwing your money away needlessly 

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PC Case:  CM H500P Mesh White / PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold  /Monitor :S27B970D

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9 minutes ago, Bot_controller said:

Though any premium 550 is still out of the price budget.

is this close enough in range?

https://m.1a.lv/datoru_komponentes_tikla_produkti/korpuss_dzesesana/barosanas_bloki/corsair_cx_series_550w_cp9020121eu

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HDD: 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Baracudda, 1 TB 5400 RPM Samsung Spinpoint HD103SI

SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB

Case: Cooler Master Masterbox Lite 5 RGB (modified)

PSU: Seasonic Focus GX650

 

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3 minutes ago, clAssymeerKat said:

For the 750W range, which would be the better choice, either the Corsair HX750i, or RM750i?

get whatever is cheaper , both are basicly the same only difference is in efficiency and its about 2% more for the HXi which wont affect performance at all 

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57 minutes ago, Mezoxin said:

get whatever is cheaper , both are basicly the same only difference is in efficiency and its about 2% more for the HXi which wont affect performance at all 

And this would be enough for a 3950x & 2080Ti with a custom loop? 

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