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Best fully modular 700-750 watts PSU
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Normally i stick to OCN but i thought some of you here might find this interesting

http://www.overclock.net/t/1482157/b...#post_22109815

Other work
http://www.overclock.net/t/1431929/psu-index-thread

I get asked very often what is the best fully modular 700-750 watts PSU? so instead of answering that every time i am going to make another info thread well sort of.

First off before i begin no i have not reviewed any of these units nor do i claim any credit for it, Its all done by Techpowerup so all credit goes to them. Since Techpowerup does not have reviews for every single 700-750 watts PSU i can only pick the ones they have reviewed which means the Cooler Master V700 is not in thread however sad that might be.

Now the overall winners here is the EVGA SuperNova G2 and the Super Flower Leadex they have the best ripple suppression of them all, And they the second best voltage regulation after the AXi, And they are cheaper then all the others besides the SilverStone and the NZXT. And both G2 and Leadex its pretty much the same price as the Corsair RM. So the winner of best value also goes to the G2 and Leadex

Corsair AXi is second best here its voltage regulation is better then the Leadex/G2 yes but its ripple is nowhere as good and the price its sold at is far too high

Corsair AX760 and the Seasonic X are in the middle here but again the Leadex/G2 are almost always priced cheaper so not really worth it unless they are on sale

The worst of them all is the is NZXT HALE 82 V2 its has the oldest and cheapest platform used the worst ripple and the second worst voltage regulation, Dont buy this one its crap

Second worst is the EVGA SuperNova NEX750G it has the second worst/cheapest platform used worst voltage regulation but ripple is not actually that bad. Dont buy this one either its mediocre and way overpriced as well

Third worst is the the SilverStone Strider Gold S it has third worst ripple but its voltage regulation is only fourth worst. Again not really worth buying its very small size might make up for it somewhat but still not great

Fourth worst is the Corsair RM ripple is the fifth worst just ahead of the Seasonic X but voltage regulation is third worst. Again not the best thing you can buy compared to the 4 best and its priced far too high compared to what you get

Posted on: 2014/4/15 15:54

Edited by shilka on 2014/4/15 19:25:09
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PSU threads
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I have been rather busy with PSU threads over at OCN

http://www.overclock.net/t/1431929/psu-index-thread

Have been thinking that i would like to convert the code OCN uses and post my threads here

Any way i can do that other then to rewrite everything which is going to take forver

As you can see i have covered quite a lot by now

Posted on: 2013/11/11 22:54
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Re: OCZ OCZ-FTY750W
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Saw a review on this and i am anything but impressed

Posted on: 2013/11/6 21:54
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Re: Antec High Current Pro 850
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Looks like a bunch of monkeys made this one

Posted on: 2013/10/2 19:07
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Re: Corsair CS Series
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Quote:

Christian Ney wrote:
First time I ever heard about this manufacturer was when they launched the 2000W PSU


The OCZ ZT and ZX are Great Wall units

Posted on: 2013/9/30 13:25
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Corsair CS Series
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Dont know if anyone is going to read this but am going to post anyway

There is a new line of PSU´s coming from Corsair and its going to be named the CS series

OEM is Great Wall from mainland China and wattage is going to be 450/550/650/750 watts

Think they are going to replace the old CX models (lets hope they are better)

No more info at this point in time

Posted on: 2013/9/29 19:23
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Re: Enermax Platimax 1350W
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Quote:

Christian Ney wrote:
Looks identical to the Lepa G1600


Because it more or less is

The Lepa P is a Platimax sold under the Lepa name

Posted on: 2013/9/18 11:41
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Re: Lepa G1600
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Quote:

Christian Ney wrote:
Platimax?
http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=2580

I don't remember which one came out first tho.


No the Lepa P is based on the Platimax the Lepa G is a MaXRevo

Funny thing is Platimax is MaXRevo pimped up to get 80 plus platinum

So the Lepa G/Lepa P and the Enermax MaXRevo/Platimax units are the same PSU more or less

Posted on: 2013/9/18 11:38
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Re: Lepa G1600
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I can never recall if its a Enermax Rovolution 87+ or the MaXRevo the Lepa G is based on but its one of the two

Posted on: 2013/9/15 12:35
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Re: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 850W
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Its a Seasonic unit

But if its the KM3 its based on i dont know?

Posted on: 2013/9/15 12:33
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