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    Hi,The ANTEC CP 850 psu will only at the present time fit Antecs cases p183,p193,1200 gaming ,Its based on a non atx spec and it,s physically larger(in height) than all other psu,s onthe market.
    Yes it,s a brilliant psu and the review you read by Oklahoma Wolf was in my opinion a great piece of review journalism.
    Oh I,d say also its pretty much semi modular in its cable set- up.
    Unless you can mod the case to fit forget this.
    Ive spent many a hour pondering how to fit this psu into a non antec case-no answers to that yet.
    "nothing is foolproof to a talented fool"

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    Sorry Grumpy I genuinley didn,t see your post at the top of page 2 .
    Iwill try to be more observant in future.
    Hope you didn,t take offence in me nearly duplicating wot you wrote,
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    No problem....one of the reasons that I stay here is that as a general rule no-one sets out to cause offence and your post .....well it adds info to that which I already posted so what harm is done? none. This should mean that more people see the comments and fewer mistakes are made
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    Hi Freaky! Welcome to PureOC and it looks like you are spoilt for choices here. When choosing PSUs i personally look out for the features and what you get for the amount you pay like warranty, Certifications like 80 plus etc...

    At the moment i would suggest those that comes with 80 plus Silvers and above with a good price range and 5 year warranty at least namely:

    OCZ Z-Series, 80 Plus Gold
    Seasonic X series 750w and 850w 80 Plus Gold
    Corsair HX 850w 80 Plus Gold with 7 Years Warranty

    Not forgetting Enermax they are by far the most Expansive PSUs along with Silverstone that i have come across. So consider those 3 then think about Enermax and Silverstone ones.

    Like what Deton said wait for Dr D to drop by, i'm sure he will have some good deals to offer you

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    Yes i do realize it's an off size, I'm also running a Antec 1200 right now. So was thinking if i just got a new PSU and lived with case for the moment, Having multiple options right at the moment i got to wait and see how things pan out for me before i can make a final decision.

    Oh and i'm not ordering that fast so there is time for Dr D to show up.

    But i do appreciate all your guys kind words and help. Haven't seen that in a website in awhile, God many years lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakyZ View Post
    Oh and i'm not ordering that fast so there is time for Dr D to show up.

    But i do appreciate all your guys kind words and help. Haven't seen that in a website in awhile, God many years lol.
    Be patient with Dr. D, he's busy with the review and he's has some issues with his HDD, perhaps you can PM.

    Yes, we're a bunch friendly community here and we do pay it forward.

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    Okay i actually was looking at this for price

    Corsair HX 850w 80 Plus Gold with 7 Years Warranty

    the cables not stiff on it i'd assume from me making that clear of not wanting stiff cables? just double checking.

    And i planned on being patient, i'm just looking seeing what my prices are if i got to order from newegg etc. But it probably be a few weeks before any order goes in. just dont like looking and decideding at last minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakyZ View Post
    Okay i actually was looking at this for price

    Corsair HX 850w 80 Plus Gold with 7 Years Warranty

    the cables not stiff on it i'd assume from me making that clear of not wanting stiff cables? just double checking.

    And i planned on being patient, i'm just looking seeing what my prices are if i got to order from newegg etc. But it probably be a few weeks before any order goes in. just dont like looking and decideding at last minute.
    I'm using the Corsair HX1000 and they all use the same flexible cables very easy to route them around the case. The modular cables are not sleeved though, another point for you to consider if that is an important aspect

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    I believe those 3 you mention are all Seasonic-made PSUs. Not surprising. If I had to call out the Top 3, I'd say Enermax, Seasonic, and Silverstone.

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    Okay i'm really like the Corsair Obsidian Series 800D, But what i wondering after all i saw it's almost perfect from reviews, How it does cable managment, the cooling seems ok i think? But i'm curious has anybody messed with this, and do you think it's worth the $270 from Newegg? For how it cools, and works with everything?

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/story.php?id=3706

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811139001

    Here is 2 Video's on it...

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELm7qFMVynw

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    The only case i would happilly change my Cosmos S is the Corsair Obsidian!

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    Dr. D is working on our Obsidian review as I type this, perhaps he can shed some light.

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    Can,t wait for dr D,s honest observations on the obsidian case.
    My heads "muckin- fuddled" with all the already written reviews each having some thing different to add to the previous one I read.
    "nothing is foolproof to a talented fool"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Dr. D is working on our Obsidian review as I type this, perhaps he can shed some light.
    Awesome, I hope to hear what he has to say then. Like i said be few weeks before can do anything, Not sure i like the $270 price tag, But if it's worth the money and every penny because what it can and do's do then i don't have a problam paying for GOOD lol.

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    Well I can tell you from the pics that Doc has sent me that the Obsidian is gorgeous, inside and out. And the really nice thing are hot-swap drives and the cable management is outstanding. Wait til you guys see the installation pics, it is IMMACULATELY CLEAN even with some serious hardware.

    The price isn't cheap, but if you look at it as an investment, then it'll last you a long time.

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    Thats why i got so turned on about the case i saw it saw the vids there i posted and omg.. but i wanted someone elses opinion which im about to get it lol.

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