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Which PSU should you buy?

Posted on Saturday, April 26 2008 @ 12:15:04 CEST by


Perkam from Xtreme Systems has compiled another list of the best power supplies you can get. The list features seven different tiers and this time nine power supply models made it to the first tier. This means these units use the most powerful and stable components on the market and will handle a 4GHz Conroe or 3GHz AMD processor along with an overclocked Quad CrossFire or SLI setup with ease:
  • Enermax Galaxy
  • PCP&C TurboCool
  • PCP&C Silencer >610
  • Zippy/Emacs SSL
  • Zippy/Emacs GSM
  • Zippy/Emacs PSL
  • Silverstone ZF (Etasis 85/75/56)
  • Seventeam ST >600 (SSI, V2.91)
  • Silverstone OP/DA >700W
  • Next is Tier Z, these models are still great but are a bit less powerful than Tier 1 Zippy units:
  • Zippy/Emacs HG2
  • Zippy/Emacs HP2
  • Tier 2 models are almost as powerful and stable as Tier 2 but have lower price and/or better availability:
  • Antec Neo HE
  • Akasa PowerGreen 80+
  • CoolMax CTG-750W/850W/1KW
  • Cooltek CT
  • Corsair HX
  • Enermax Liberty
  • Enermax Infiniti
  • Enhance ENP-GH
  • Fortron (FSP) GLN
  • Hiper Type-M >650W
  • Hiper Type-R >650W
  • iStarUSA PD2
  • iStarUSA PD3
  • OCZ GameXStream
  • OCZ EvoStream
  • PCP&C Silencer <610
  • Seasonic S12
  • Seasonic M12
  • Seasonic Energy Plus
  • SevenTeam ST <600
  • Silverstone EF
  • Silverstone OP/DA <700W
  • Supermicro/AbleCom
  • Thermaltake Toughpower >600W
  • Xclio GreatPower
  • Zalman ZM
  • Ultra X3
  • Ultra X-Pro
  • For the Tier T, Tier 3, Tier 4 and Tier 5 list you should check out XtremeSystems.



     



     

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