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    Default Re: PSU for overlocking - how big is more then plenty without ripping the bank ?

    Thanks, I was looking to that... on the end of all is that this two is affordable for me
    NEXUS PSU 1100W 13.5CM ATX 80+GOLD CAB.M
    http://www.skytech.lt/nexus-psu-1100w-135cm-atx-80gold-cabm-p-31915.html

    PSU Corsair CMPSU-1050HXEU ATX 1050W, EU version
    http:// http://www.skytech.lt/psu-co...n-p-71623.html

    But this one just make me think...... a lot.. http://www.skytech.lt/psu-seasonic-s...-p-112626.html

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    Default Re: PSU for overlocking - how big is more then plenty without ripping the bank ?

    The Corsair and the Seasonic both have 5 yr warranty, it is just that the Seasonic has an 80Plus Gold rating.

    Personally, I would save for the Seasonic as this X series has a VERY good reputation, in fact so good I would expect you to keep it and use it in your rigs for many years.
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    Default Re: PSU for overlocking - how big is more then plenty without ripping the bank ?

    I have the Seasonic in question, so far a very good PSU , lots of cables more then Ill ever use, silent fan has yet to come on in hybrid mode and as noted great warranty, and great CS, 100% modular

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    Default Re: PSU for overlocking - how big is more then plenty without ripping the bank ?

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    The Corsair and the Seasonic both have 5 yr warranty, it is just that the Seasonic has an 80Plus Gold rating.

    Personally, I would save for the Seasonic as this X series has a VERY good reputation, in fact so good I would expect you to keep it and use it in your rigs for many years.
    I have another view on things like that... specially with hardware, after couple years everthing will change, new makers, new products and etc.. .... why spend so much now if after year it value will be 3 times lower ? I just need decent PSU that work and do not burn. I find quite good review on this forum about Nexus ... http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1071

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