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Any better PSU for the money than a CX650M for this build? (Europe)

Bouzoo
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Basically, building a pc for a friend, and the best PSU that I can get for the money is a CX650M. I could get a Corsair SF450 for basically the same price but that is kind of too low imo. Any ideas from this store? Going for something better if available for around the same money. They both go around 100 euros, or a bit lower. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Bouzoo said:

Basically, building a pc for a friend, and the best PSU that I can get for the money is a CX650M. I could get a Corsair SF450 for basically the same price but that is kind of too low imo. Any ideas from this store? Going for something better if available for around the same money. They both go around 100 euros, or a bit lower. 

Maybe that:

https://www.adm.hr/product.asp?product=napajanje-sama-750w-80plus-gold-forza-modularno&code=84810

 

Though its only 750W and the store doesn't have a 550W version that would make more sense...

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7 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Maybe that:

https://www.adm.hr/product.asp?product=napajanje-sama-750w-80plus-gold-forza-modularno&code=84810

 

Though its only 750W and the store doesn't have a 550W version that would make more sense...

Ironically, the best info that I found was on the other LLT thread where this was covered by JohnnyGuru, OEM and you. It seems to be on pair with the CX650M as well if everything is taken into account. Corsair seems to be slightly better on everything except value as it seems?

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9 minutes ago, Bouzoo said:

Ironically, the best info that I found was on the other LLT thread where this was covered by JohnnyGuru, OEM and you. It seems to be on pair with the CX650M as well if everything is taken into account. Corsair seems to be slightly better on everything except value as it seems?

There was a review of a Sama Amor based unit (also 80plus Gold and fully modular), wich seemed to be quite good, though the PFC Heatsink, well...

 

And it was reviewed at Jonnyguru...

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=506

 

The Sama Forza wasn't reviewed in English or German that I know of but there was a Review - in Chinese:

http://www.expreview.com/17672-3.html

 

...wich is kinda bad. But you see that the unit has a Sanace fan in it - wich might be kinda annoying but should last forever...

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4 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

There was a review of a Sama Amor based unit (also 80plus Gold and fully modular), wich seemed to be quite good, though the PFC Heatsink, well...

 

And it was reviewed at Jonnyguru...

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=506

 

The Sama Forza wasn't reviewed in English or German that I know of but there was a Review - in Chinese:

http://www.expreview.com/17672-3.html

 

...wich is kinda bad. But you see that the unit has a Sanace fan in it - wich might be kinda annoying but should last forever...

Yes, I was referencing that JohnnyGuru review that was linked. I was comparing that and the CX750M review from Johnny as well and while Sama does seem really good, Corsair seems a bit better? Mind you it was a 750W corsair reviewed but it shoukd be the same as 650W as in this case? 

I mean, I don't see a reason to pick Sama over Corsair? 

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