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been looking for a power supply for a build i am doing found this excellent psu at £195.98 with free delivery 20 plus in stock cheapest i can find. next cheapest is scan at £207 if any can find cheaper please let me know. as you will know this is a excelllent psu for sli etc and has excellent reviews..
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#1
save yourself £56 by buying an Adata ebuyer

good review =>here

if your thinking of two GTX 590 or ATI 6990 then make sure your case is a full tower or at least has a sideways fitting hdd bay...

can't help but add a suggestion to look at the Xclio A380 plus (currently only £51.59 at scan "Today Only")
case details
just make sure you have plenty of strength 'cos it'll weigh a ton!

fyi youtube vid

Xclio link

...and before someone says, I don't work for Xclio



Edited By: professorx on May 14, 2011 16:24: add links
#2
professorx
save yourself £56 by buying an Adata ebuyer

good review =>here


Nice alternative, although I think many would just spend the extra £50 for the corsair.
#3
yes just what i was going to say nice alternative but only 3 years warranty the corsair has 7 years warranty i know its a extra £50 and not a cheap psu in the 1st place but i think it would be money well spent
think i will stick with the corsair upto press.. unless any 1 else has any other good alternatives..
#4
RokkaMan
professorx
save yourself £56 by buying an Adata ebuyer

good review =>here


Nice alternative, although I think many would just spend the extra £50 for the corsair.


Yep I would agree, Corsair have great costumer service and everything about their products ooze quality. You even get your PSU in a velvet bag ;-)
#5
the velvet bag and 7 years warranty is worth it, corsair hx850 owner here :)
#6
For the extra £50, you get an extra 4 years warranty, more reputatable PSU manufacturer and a 80 Plus Gold standard which uses less energy hence saving money.
1 Like #7
sk1881
For the extra £50, you get an extra 4 years warranty, more reputatable PSU manufacturer.

Corsair don’t actually make power supplies so technically they aren’t a manufacturer as they get other people to make and I imagine design them for them.
Here’s a table which shows which manufacturers make their P/Ss – link.

sk1881
and a 80 Plus Gold standard which uses less energy hence saving money.

At this level and price 80Plus gold is very common. But let’s be honest if you are running a PC that requires a kilowatt to function you ain’t no eco warrior.
#8
He said that it saved money, not that it's environmentally friendly.
#9
Just a question what are you doing that requires so much power?
#10
johnjoedb
Just a question what are you doing that requires so much power?

Bet he's planning to rule the world. If it helps, Bin Ladin's 1200 watts power supply is on ebay at the moment, very cheap. Talking about a drop in the ocean, i wonder if the Yanks will disclose his porn stash? mmmmmmmmm sheep wearing Birkas.
#11
or hes planning on creating virtuelle animations http://www.bitterwallet.com/bin-ladens-death-taiwan-cgi-news-geniuses-bring-us-the-truth/43990...


middla
johnjoedb
Just a question what are you doing that requires so much power?

Bet he's planning to rule the world. If it helps, Bin Ladin's 1200 watts power supply is on ebay at the moment, very cheap. Talking about a drop in the ocean, i wonder if the Yanks will disclose his porn stash? mmmmmmmmm sheep wearing Birkas.


no its not he lived in a cave and therefore didn't have electricity!!!!
#12
professorx
save yourself £56 by buying an Adata ebuyer

good review =>here

if your thinking of two GTX 590 or ATI 6990 then make sure your case is a full tower or at least has a sideways fitting hdd bay...

can't help but add a suggestion to look at the Xclio A380 plus (currently only £51.59 at scan "Today Only")
case details
just make sure you have plenty of strength 'cos it'll weigh a ton!


Is that a case or a hairdryer?!! Horses for courses I suppose but to me that's damn ugly!!

I'd also go for the Corsair over that ebuyer PSU any day of the week. Ignoring any difference in quality over three or four years, depending on usage, you'll probably recoup the difference in cost in energy 'saving.' Also with the Corsair you've got a great PSU for 7 years minimum unless you do something really stupid to invalidate the warranty (or it gets nicked of course!!)

OP - Hot deal mate. I've got one in my Scan basket and as it's still at this price, I'm removing it!! :)
#13
That case looks like it's about to take off!
#14
hmm let me be the one to add a stupid console comment..
you can get 2 wii with games for that!!
1 Like #15
For those looking at Corsair based on the manufacturer warranty duration, just remember you need to send it to the Netherlands (last I checked).

I read of one retailer that covers the full manufacturer warranty duration, so avoids international postage rates. But not read of anyone testing their service after first year.
#16
Arstar
For those looking at Corsair based on the manufacturer warranty duration, just remember you need to send it to the Netherlands (last I checked).

I read of one retailer that covers the full manufacturer warranty duration, so avoids international postage rates. But not read of anyone testing their service after first year.


Thanks for the heads up on the warranty issue. After a little research I discovered that it's Scan that have a RTB warranty which means that during the 7 years you can return to them rather than the Netherlands. Back in the Scan basket :)
#17
I forgot about this thread but if anyone wants this PSU, they have it for about the same price as this at Scan on 'Today Only' every now and then. Got mine from them for £197.99.

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