be quiet! 600W Pure Power 10 CM Semi Modular PSU (80+ Silver)  - £64.97 @ Ebuyer (Free del)
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be quiet! 600W Pure Power 10 CM Semi Modular PSU (80+ Silver) - £64.97 @ Ebuyer (Free del)

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Found 28th Apr
Price seems quite good right now, 600w PSU's are good for most systems running single GPU set ups. (Depending on specs) Should be enough to keep your hardware happy. I think a lot of folks are mislead into beleiving that more wattage = More power

A decent quality PSU an absolute must

Reviews are decent and if you're trying to keep cable management ship shape, this should make things much easier. Tidy cables can help airflow for cooling in general too, and in my experience more cables = more dust catchers. I hate having cables just flapping around my system (Don't even... :D)

Aesthetically pleasing too, if that's your thing. My PSU is currently hidden away out of sight, but when I look at it I feel a selfie coming on

Info
Exceptionally quiet
80PLUS® Silver certification
Easy-to-use flat drives and PCIe cables
Two 12V-rails and up to four PCI-express connectors
http://img.ebyrcdn.net/797774-779013-800.jpg

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Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, fan-less mode, 2 more years on the warranty. Worth the 2 quid extra in my book.

Ebuyer Link

Edited by: "Danze1984" 1st May
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cue the, only 600w!?!?

good find op, voted hot!

this is a good deal as its £88.99 from overclockers.co.uk

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/be-quiet-pure-power-10-600w-cm-80-plus-silver-modular-power-supply-ca-11t-bq.html

heat from me

Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, fan-less mode, 2 more years on the warranty. Worth the 2 quid extra in my book.

Ebuyer Link

Edited by: "Danze1984" 1st May

Be Quiet generally good but they HAVE made some boob-boos... Do find out what PSU it really is... If it's good, heat (not voting)

I have a Be Quiet 600w (non-mod), been using it for almost 5 years never let me down.

600w is PLENTY if you're running a single GPU with an OC'd CPU, I've been running my same XFX 550w Pro since 2011, on multiple systems ranging from AMD 6 cores, 8 cores, i7's and now an i5, all overclocked too, currently running an i5 6600k OC'd to 4.5ghz with a GTX 970 perfectly fine on the same PSU, even though it's roughly 6 years old.
Edited by: "f2k8" 30th Apr

Danze1984

Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, … Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, fan-less mode, 2 more years on the warranty. Worth the 2 quid extra in my book.Ebuyer Link


It's an absolute no brainer, I can't see any logical reason to go for the Be Quiet over the EVGA.

The extra 50 watts and the Gold efficiency aren't likely to be that useful to most people in the real world (though I suppose the gold efficiency will help to claw back some of your extra £2), but the silent, fanless mode will be useful to everyone who uses the PSU and an extra 2 years of warranty is great for peace of mind.

Sorry, OP, I had to vote cold on this on the basis the EVGA makes much more sense for an extra 2 quid and is being sold by the same place.

do remember to deal direct with the manufacturer if you need to claim on the warranty,

and you will have to ship it to germany at your own expense .

bequiet.com/en/…nty

Nice price specialy when you compare it with other sellers but, is this the same PSU here:

Be Quiet BN278 PURE POWER 10 600 W Cooling Fan - Black
amazon.co.uk/Be-…1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1493543113&sr=1-6&keywords=Pure+Power+10

£46.36 + £5.15 UK delivery
In stock. Sold by Marzy Biz
----
Total £51.51

The EVGA one seems a little better i admit that, wouldnt mind paying an exta £15. I really need to buy a psu i lent one off a friend about 2/.3years back after mine wouldnt work with my new motherboard haha

Good deal but E Buyer no thanks. Should be E Buyer Beware

Well, according the Realhardtechx.com PSU review database, this and the EVGA GQ are both made by FSP.
be quite!:
realhardtechx.com/ind…htm (look for BQ E10-CM-600W)
Kitguru reviewed it and scored it 8.
http://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/zardon/be-quiet-straight-power-10-cm-600w-review/
From the same series, Jonnyguru reviewed the 800W version and scored it 9.1
EVAG: realhardtechx.com/ind…htm look for '650 GQ'.
Reviewed by Jonnyguru and scored 9.4
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=454
And yes, skimming these reviews while both are FSP and seem to be based around a similar design, the EVGA uses better capacitors. The be quiet! might use a better quality fan but I'd rather have good caps.
So voted cold because of the EVGA.
Edited by: "Gkains" 30th Apr

f2k8

600w is PLENTY if you're running a single GPU with an OC'd CPU, I've been … 600w is PLENTY if you're running a single GPU with an OC'd CPU, I've been running my same XFX 550w Pro since 2011, on multiple systems ranging from AMD 6 cores, 8 cores, i7's and now an i5, all overclocked too, currently running an i5 6600k OC'd to 4.5ghz with a GTX 970 perfectly fine on the same PSU, even though it's roughly 6 years old.



How would this perform with a msi R9 390 8gb? Currently running a Corsair 750M and receiving coil whine, ive read a change of PSU can often fix that.

LS83

Nice price specialy when you compare it with other sellers but, is this … Nice price specialy when you compare it with other sellers but, is this the same PSU here:Be Quiet BN278 PURE POWER 10 600 W Cooling Fan - Blackhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Be-Quiet-BN278-POWER-Cooling/dp/B01MY98CM1/ref=sr_1_6?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1493543113&sr=1-6&keywords=Pure+Power+10£46.36 + £5.15 UK deliveryIn stock. Sold by Marzy Biz----Total £51.51The EVGA one seems a little better i admit that, wouldnt mind paying an exta £15. I really need to buy a psu i lent one off a friend about 2/.3years back after mine wouldnt work with my new motherboard haha


Yeah...eBuyer or some Austrian 3rd party seller on Amazon with 2 feedback. Hard choice.

FRZ

How would this perform with a msi R9 390 8gb? Currently running a Corsair … How would this perform with a msi R9 390 8gb? Currently running a Corsair 750M and receiving coil whine, ive read a change of PSU can often fix that.


Apart from the fact you might as well buy the EVGA which has been discussed in this thread, it'll perform fine with an R9 390. I know it's a power hungry card, but 650w will be enough.

However, I'd be doubtful that it'll cure your GPUs coil whine issues. You'd be better off RMA'ing the GPU (assuming it's still in warranty) than swapping out PSUs and hoping for the best.

Danze1984

Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, … Personally, I'd go for the EVGA 650 GQ. Gold rated, 50 more watts, fan-less mode, 2 more years on the warranty. Worth the 2 quid extra in my book.Ebuyer Link


Linky not working... Ebuyer EVGA

Agree with you, if I were in need of a PSU I'd buy this instead.

FYI, Amazon have pricematched the EVGA
Amazon Link

FRZ

How would this perform with a msi R9 390 8gb? Currently running a Corsair … How would this perform with a msi R9 390 8gb? Currently running a Corsair 750M and receiving coil whine, ive read a change of PSU can often fix that.



On first glace, yes, this would do fine with that GPU, but to make sure, use pcpartpicker, select the parts you have in your build, and it will show you how much watts your pc will use up, I'm pretty sure your system won't take up more than 500w tbh.

Will always stick with the Be Quiet PSU units purely on their after support. Had a PSU fail after 15 months, within 3 days they had replaced it with a brand new upgraded model
The price on this is good for me, voted hot

matt101101

Yeah...eBuyer or some Austrian 3rd party seller on Amazon with 2 … Yeah...eBuyer or some Austrian 3rd party seller on Amazon with 2 feedback. Hard choice.



I dont see the point in your response its not helpful at all, all you are saying is dont trust people with low feedback, but how do they get that feedback if people 1. Dont buy the item or 2. dont leave feedback like a lot of people dont.

So yeh, your response is kind of a pointless one and all i have gotten from you is dont trust mat101101 because of low feedback X)

LS83

I dont see the point in your response its not helpful at all, all you are … I dont see the point in your response its not helpful at all, all you are saying is dont trust people with low feedback, but how do they get that feedback if people 1. Dont buy the item or 2. dont leave feedback like a lot of people dont.So yeh, your response is kind of a pointless one and all i have gotten from you is dont trust mat101101 because of low feedback X)


If you genuinely can't see that there may be some difference in risk, which needs to be considered, between buying from a large, well established UK business and a new, foreign 3rd party seller on Amazon, then I'm not really sure what to say...

Post the one you found as a deal if you're so confident in it, see how well it does.*

As for my 'feedback' (not quite sure where I'm supposed to have this feedback, but anyway...), I'm not trying to sell anyone anything. For what exactly do I need 'feedback'?

*EDIT: Just noticed, you've not posted a deal in the 3 years you've been a member of HUKD. What a surprise...



Edited by: "matt101101" 30th Apr

matt101101


Again i do not see the point in your response.

I just notied your after attention "what a surprise".

40 deals since 2008? 2003 comments, yep attention seeker.

Edited by: "LS83" 30th Apr

I'm running a 1070 and i7 on a 330w PSU absolutely fine - I haven't had a single problem in almost a year - It's an alienware x51 if anyone cares...

LS83

Again i do not see the point in your response.I just notied your after … Again i do not see the point in your response.I just notied your after attention "what a surprise".


Okay.

jenbacobs

I'm running a 1070 and i7 on a 330w PSU absolutely fine - I haven't had a … I'm running a 1070 and i7 on a 330w PSU absolutely fine - I haven't had a single problem in almost a year - It's an alienware x51 if anyone cares...


That doesn't surprise me at all. You're looking at, what ~150w max for the 1070 and ~90-100w max for the i7? That leaves you plenty left over for low power draw stuff like drives, RAM, motherboard etc.

Nvidia's x70 cards offer a lot of performance for the price and wattage, you can get away, as you've found out, with a pretty low output PSU.
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