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The PSU Thread: New Products and Reviews

  • @royalan
    THanks for the inputs, pero wala na akong balak mag tri-SLI due to mobo (mATX) and of course to my monitor (1080p). Malaki ba talaga difference ng Platinum over Gold certification? Ok ba invest sa mataas ang headroom? Any recommendation PSU? I am torn between P760 or AX760 (tho afaik seasonic din ang ax760) but still want to try new brands since gamit ko sa last rig ko yung P860 which i find it overkill - ni hindi na natakbo yung fan ng PSU unless I play games.

    TIA!
  • @zyxer_raffy

    i will still go for seasonic. platinum series yata is 7 years warranty afaik. yung bronze ko na 520w 5 years warranty na. kung may budget naman sa platinum ka na. sabi ko nga kahit yung p660 ay sobra sobra na pero kung gusto mo pa ng sobrang pasobra eh di dun ka na sa p760. factor in mo na rin yung capacitor aging siguro naman sa 10 years time magpapalit ka na ulit ng psu. sobrang sulit na nyan. bilin mo na ngayon tapos i enjoy mo na. :)
  • @cyberjhon

    I just told you sir. Get in touch with Nanotec and find out kung sa kanila galing yung psu mo and if under warranty pa sa kanila yung psu mo. The fact na nasa website nila yung psu mo means na sila ang distro nyan dito.

    I'm not going to be the one to do all this for you. The fact that I had pointed you to Nanotec is help enough. I believe the rest is up to you. After all, Google is your friend. =)

    Good luck!

    @seanok

    Ahahahahaha! Ayos. Ipa-RMA nyo pa rin tapos saka nyo ibenta kapag napalitan na. Para may balik-puhunan pa rin.
  • @Godai_Yusaku

    Yup! Thanks tlaga sir.. kinuha lang nila exact model and sabi ko sa PC express ko na bili un PSU , tpos sabi ko din wlang distro sticker pero intact un Warranty sticker ng Thermaltake.. sabi lang nila dalin ko nlang daw dun..

    Thanks ulit!

    Thanks Google Almighty ! :D
  • @Godai_Yusaku

    oo sir yung socket ng PSU kung san nakakabit yung cable. Sa tingin mo ba sir yung socket lang yun? hindi nadamay yung loob? thanks sir
  • @whoopsie

    If may whine siya nung nasa bahay mo pero wala nung nandun na sa shop, you might want to check your avr. Malamang eh kapos yung bigay sa cpu mo kaya nahihirapan yung psu mo. Ganyan yung nangyari kay Tailpipe eh.

    Try plugging your rig direct to the outlet and see if it will still whine. If nawala, then you need a better AVR. Better yet, just plug your psu directly to the outlet.


    @godai

    directly naka plug sa wall yung psu ko. naka simple extension lang ako together with other peripherals like speaker and monitor. Nacheck na nila pinatunog ko yung recording ko without them knowin it. Ayoko kasi umuwi ng bahay na dala dala ko padin yung psu considering na alam ko na may problema. Sana mapalitan or maayos nila. thanks.
  • @aricomambo

    It's not a rare problem to have. Nangyari na sa akin dati yan. No, hindi dapat yan tatawid sa loob ng psu mo. Just find a decent donor psu in order to get that socket replaced.

    @whoopsie

    Interesting. Pinakamalala nyan eh baka minumulto ka sa inyo.. Ahahahhaha.
  • Hi i'm upgrading from 6850 to R9 280x and here is the specs of my pc.

    Phenom II X6 1055T
    Gigabyte GMA-880UD2H
    G.Skill Trident 2x2gb 1600
    AntecTruePower550

    according to the website of the manufacturer of R9 280x i need to have at least 750watts of PSU?

    so do i still need to change my PSU to 750 or a 550w psu would already work?

    thanks..
  • Hi i'm upgrading from 6850 to R9 280x and here is the specs of my pc.

    Phenom II X6 1055T
    Gigabyte GMA-880UD2H
    G.Skill Trident 2x2gb 1600
    AntecTruePower550

    according to the website of the manufacturer of R9 280x i need to have at least 750watts of PSU?

    so do i still need to change my PSU to 750 or a 550w psu would already work?

    thanks..


    AFAIK, a 500W true-rated psu is already enough for a single 7970 or R9 280X.
  • AFAIK, a 500W true-rated psu is already enough for a single 7970 or R9 280X.

    even a 450w PSU would be more than enough. I have screenshots on previous pages as proof :)
  • ^thanks for the info :)

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