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What power supply do you have? (open to all platforms)

  

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    • OCZ (all makes)
      537
    • Fortron/FSP (all makes)
      87
    • Enermax
      257
    • PCP&C
      103
    • Antec
      305
    • Skyhawk
      17
    • Thermaltake
      81
    • Coolermaster
      35
    • I'm using a 20-pin psu still
      112
    • Other (please list in a post!)
      303
    • Silverstone
      10
    • Sunbeam
      4
    • Tagan
      17
    • Seasonic
      17
    • Hiper
      19
    • Mushkin/BFG
      7


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An Antec Truepower 2.0 550, an OCZ GXS 600, and a Sparkle somethingorother 500.

 

They've all served me equally well in terms of power. The Sparkle has the least connectors, the OCZ the most. The Sparkle is the loudest, the OCZ is kind of annoying at times too but not nearly as much as the sparkle, and the Antec is always quiet and incapable of being annoying.

 

Then again, I have no SLI/other elite gaming stuff that sucks out tons of power.

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i picked up a hiper type m 530 with eps p8 atx connection working really well wouldnt recomend for people with 2x gpu's or alot of drives but im verry pleased and designed in the uk woooooooooooooooooooooo gd old british engineering cant beat it

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Ultra xfinity 500w in my expert even ran it in sli with 2 7800 gt oc's without incident. Eveything overclocked and voltages bumped. 11x 260 / 28.63 and my 7900gto 700/760

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PC Power Cooling.

My Antecs would die on me about every 3 years (cap's would go out).

 

With the build in my sig I get the same high OC as others with the same parts but still have all stock voltages...so for me it will always be PC P+C from now on.

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My Thermaltake works like a champ but the only thing I hate about it, is the amount of cables it has. Way too many for my needs but not sure if thats a good reason to go buy a new PSU.

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