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Old 09-13-2008, 10:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ABS Tagan (ITZ1300 1300w and BZ800 800w )
Antec (TruePower Quattro 850 Watt)
BeQuiet! (Dark Power Pro Models)
PC Power and cooling
Silverstone (Zeus models ST56ZF, ST75ZF, and ST85ZF)
Silver Power (GuardianX SP-1000E)
Seasonic (S-12, S-12E+, M-12 )
Corsair
Cooler Master (Real Power Pro 1000 Watt)
Etasis
Enhance
EPower (Xscale 1200 Watt)
Enermax (Infiniti 720W)
Enlight
NorthQ (Giant Connector 850W)
Gigabyte (Odin GT)
Hiper (Type R II 880W)
Zippy
Zumax (950 Watt X4)
Enermax (Noisetaker Series)
Thermaltake (Tough Power series only)
Xclio (850W, Enhance Buil, Stable And GreatPower Models)
Fortron (FSP)
OCZ Technologies (Excluding Early ModStream Models and GameStream 700 Watt Model)
Ultra (X3 Models Only, 1000 Watt)
Zalman (ZM600-HP)




Which one is the most famous these days or the most popular? Which one is most selected?
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i have the zalman 750-hp from newegg and it was like 150 w/ a 30 dollar mir so it was like 120 shipped. i love it couldn't be happier. only thing is it only has 2 6-pin pci-x connectors
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geeeeezzzeee thats nice any more ideas?
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but most recomended would be one of the corsair's like 550 watt and above. i think
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i have the zalman 750-hp from newegg and it was like 150 w/ a 30 dollar mir so it was like 120 shipped. i love it couldn't be happier. only thing is it only has 2 6-pin pci-x connectors
That's not the one with no On/Off switch is it??
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Anything from the Corsair Series. The Corsair 750TX is a great power supply that will handle almost anything at a great price.
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She is a beauty I will agree thank you for all your feedback! Greatly Appreciated!
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Get the 650tx/750tx from Buy.com since its still cheaper than Newegg, plus Google Checkout (if its first time use) saves you $10
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Corsair or Antec..Can't go wrong there man.
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Thank you for the input guys i'll get busy with it!
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