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What is the best 720-750W Power Supply?

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Shirty 29th April 2013, 20:15 Quote
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As usual from Star*Dagger. But always good for a chuckle when he graces us with his presence :)
PlayLoud 30th April 2013, 18:37 Quote
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"While a 750W power supply is overkill for the average home computer, it's a reasonable capacity to opt for if you're touting more enthusiast level hardware."

WRONG WRONG WRONG. 750W is too low for an enthusiast, and average computer users will never come to an enthusiast site, which is just as well since your recommendations for PSUs have been anemic for YEARS.

Try running gaming rigs on an anemic 750 watt PSU. You might get it to serve through one rig for 2 years, but ive been running 1200 and 1300 watt PSUs in several rigs. Overall you save money, and components by going with a top end, top watt PSU.
Please educate yourselves on this so you stop (unintentionally?) lying to your readers.

You can start by talking to tech who work with PSUs on a daily basis and understand what I am trying to convey.

Cheers.

Yours in Corrective PSU Plasma,
Star*Dagger

I think it really depends on your definition of enthusiast. For some, a OC'd 3570k with a GTX 680 is enthusiast, while others think anything less than quad SLI is only consumer.

Personally, I run a i5 3570k (OC'd to 4.2 GHz, which I can't seem to push beyond for some reason), a 560Ti Hawk. On my Folding@home computer, I run an i7 3770k (OC'd to 4.4 GHz). On my HTPC, I am running an i3 3225. The HTPC is idling, but the Folding computer runs at 100% load all day. I have about 8 HDDs, and 3 SSD drives total. While gaming, I don't break 500w for all 3 systems combined, and SWTOR pushes my video card to 100% load.
Horizon 5th May 2013, 07:19 Quote
Funny, I remember getting flamed over here for recommending Seasonic while almost everyone over here was obsessed with Corsair.
adidan 5th May 2013, 10:12 Quote
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Utter nonsense.

Exactly.

Iirc most efficient power use is when drawing between 40-80%, for even some 'enthusiast' rigs (subjective term anyways) a 1300w psu would be less efficient than a smaller psu.

I've had a max of 650w psu, it happily coped with an x58 setup and has lasted well over 2 years, well over.
WALKYRIE 5th May 2013, 18:55 Quote
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Is 7 years warranty excessive and useless?
Tell that to my PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750w, 6 years (and 12mths out of warranty) and still chugging strong in an enthusiast-class machine. Dependable and inaudible at heavy loads, why would I "upgrade" any time soon? A high-quality PSU will easily outlast several generations of more ephemeral hardware like CPUs, GPUs, and MBs.

Same here, I have My PC Power & Cooling Silencer 910w (made by Seasonic) rock-solid working year after year, I bought another one identical for my other PC, and I am really really happy with this PSU
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