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Feb 20, 13 at 10:58amSmok3Dogg


Want some opinions about this PSU: Silverstone

I have always used Corsair in my builds. and was thinking of try that psu for a new build.

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Feb 25, 13 at 11:18am
harhis23


the price is a bit expensive but that unit, the one you linked, is good. My first machine was powered up by Silverstone... I just couldn't use it for my new rig because it was just 650 watts. I needed 800W, at least. It still works to this day since I assembled by first gaming rig 4 years ago. It's durable, really.



Feb 21, 13 at 6:14am
hiigaran


seasonic is defiintely a good brand. i have one of their platinum efficiency 1000 watt units, and couldnt be happier.

of course, it doesnt matter because you have sone with the silverstone, but w/e.



Feb 21, 13 at 5:32am
CMNealTan


Post pics later or it didn't happen!



Feb 21, 13 at 5:20am
Smok3Dogg


Seasonic is a good psu. I went with the silverstone. It is going in a i5 rig. Running 2 gtx 670's.

Offtopic:

Looks like the GTX Titan will be available on Feb 25th in stores. I'm gonna go Tri fire in a build with 3 of them.



Feb 21, 13 at 4:04am
CMNealTan


I'm not sure how much you're willing to shell out for a new power supply, but i always favor SeaSonic over other brands. Here's my suggested power supply: SeaSonic 850W.

Here's a good review.



Feb 20, 13 at 11:11am
hiigaran


righty. well then go for the one you linked. other gold efficiency units were 20 bucks more expensive for the same wattage.

EDIT: or you can buy extension cables if you only have a problem with one or two cables. wouldnt be more than 3 bucks, and gold efficiency would be worth it for that much.



Feb 20, 13 at 11:05am
Smok3Dogg


Thanks for quick reply Hii. I'm looking to replace a OCZ psu that I'm running. The cables are too short. So I'm trying to get away from OCZ brand.



Feb 20, 13 at 11:02am
hiigaran


good brand, good unit, but that shipping cost is horrendous. for one or two bucks more after rebates and shipping, this is a much better option for its higher efficiency.



Feb 20, 13 at 10:58am
Smok3Dogg


Want some opinions about this PSU: Silverstone

I have always used Corsair in my builds. and was thinking of try that psu for a new build.



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