this is digital though.
also EVGA G3 1000W can be had for £126
this is digital though.
also EVGA G3 1000W can be had for £126
Very good for an SFX gold as they tend to be more expensive than an equivalent ATX variant
Bought the 550, been well keen on putting together a mini gaming PC for a while.
It"s actually £58.98 with £4 DPD delivery 2-5 days. There are also 550W - £74.98 and 650W - £94.99 delivered version available on offer.
Excellent I had been waiting for a good sfx psu at a reasonable price, ordered thanks
Free collection from store only :)
Priced at £49.99 now! With free C&C
mm ideally you wanna go for OEM manus/Rebranded OEM psus from the likes of FSP, Seasonic, Super Flower, etc etc. One of the best i've seen so far between £60-70 is a Rosewill 80+ Gold 750w semi modular, from Amazon £64.99. I believe that is a rebranded Super Flower PSU. Personally i would spend a little more and get that rather than the Gigabyte which that review said is on par with an Aerocool PSU...Another brand, many peeps will comment "nah! Don't skimp out on a PSU. Go with this more reputable brand instead".... There's certainly worse than the Gigabyte B700H, but there's also a lot better out there. I would only go for the Gigabyte if i was being very very...very budget orientated and was building a PC that cost like less than £500. Sure a sub £500 PC more than likely wouldn't require 700W...half that and that's probably the max Wattage that pc will ever use but at £52 for a semi modular 5 year warranty PSU that's a good budget PSU for someone that cant justify spending £10-15 now on an even better one.
Google will help, johnnyguru, linustechtips, more info available on CWT brand there too. Most info is translated or needs to be translated as these were predominantly for the Russian and Chinese markets when released.
How do you know this as the only site I could find a review was this one http://www.hw4all.com/gigabyte-b700h-g750h-review-test/ and it scored quite well.
And unfortunately, because he locked his changes, I can't change it to the correct original price of £80. It shows as only being £5 off because I got the price boxes mixed up :/
You may wish to edit your comment to spell "Deals" correctly too.
should be all good :) most use 3000hz ram
Thanks for the helpful confirmation as the ad doesn't say it is included anywhere that i can see. I've looked and the 2600 cpu seem to have the weaker stealth rather than the spire. I think i can live with the weaker cooling solution as i wont be overclocking very much I doubt so this is looking attractive to me. The weaker DRM will hopefully be ok as well. I already have the 3000 MHz ram.
Comes with its own cooler . AMD don't sell OEM chips like Intel so all retail with spire or wraith cooler Will need DDR4 ram, CCL doing 16GB Corsair 3000hz kit for £85, as well as the bundle
looking at this. Presume i would need to purchase a HSF for the ryzen as this bundle doesnt include.
yeah sorry, all doing it apart of Gigabyte deal but one sells out so listing 3 options gives buyers choice of store and stock
Avoid NZXT's CAM software if you care about an EULA that specifies collection of "personal and non-personal data" without telling you anything more specific such as why they're collecting it and what they intend to do with that data. You must accept this EULA to be able to use the software and there's no opt-out for data collection. Aside from harvesting metrics about you, your system and the software you have installed, CAM is a bit of a donkey for reliability.
For those wondering about quality this is a Seasonic focus plus gold so pretty good price for a good PSU.
If you don't know what it is you don't want one of them XD It's an ATX pc power supply.
What is it??? :/
Thanks bud appreciate the speedy reply I will get it bought :)
I have the straight power version and haven't even heard it once. Pretty sure all of their power supplies are silent.
Anyone got one of these just wondering what the noise levels are on standard use when its not under load.
Tier B - https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/986897-psu-tier-list-30/ (y)
CCL has more bundles !
Stop talking rubbish. 16GB, 3000mhz is plenty fast and can be had for under £90.
as mentioned, streaming would increase ! not for yourself in frames at 1080p but for the viewer! should be able to increase quality of the stream as well! pro streamers rely on best for their viewers and pro gamers that do stream, focus on the best for themselves and use intel + Dual system set up. if you had RTX chip , code just encode of that , good gains but not worth it on Pascal based cards CCL Online down to last 4 bundles
for streaming there will be much better performance with this as it has the extra threads.
Not just purely gaming reasons but streaming etc am I going to notice a huge difference going form a i7 3770k to this and using a existing gtx 1070 ??
I have one of these and it is a good case for the price ( I paid £69.99 for the same bundle last year on a TO), however I would hardly describe the front intake as 'expertly cooled' considering the front of the case is all plastic and the side intake is small and doesn't really seem to allow much airflow, I would personally prefer having a mesh front for better airflow. Whilst the picture shows you can fit a radiator to the front - it seems like a bad idea as your going to end up blowing warm air into the case (towards the GPU...), it is also possible to fit one to the top, memory heat-sinks (or lack of preferably) permitting - I ended up chopping the corners off the fans on mine because of my RAM but it makes a lot more sense to blow the air out the top where there is good airflow (and a mesh filter).
Yeah and twice the price. The v200 is a great case for the money. I got one without the psu for £50 a few months ago. The design helps you easily hide all those cables etc and the psu itself is firewalled keeping heat away from rest of system.
You know what, bragging rights approved!
Thermaltake P5 is nicer ;)
The case is very nice. Got one for my lad's first build at christmas (AMD 2200g) . Looks a lot more expensive that it is. The even nicer thing is that the psu is already installed , along with the fans and controller. Made the build even easier :) It was just under £70 after Christmas - but hasn;t been that low again. Great value.
CCL sold out , Box has 4 left in stock
back in stock!!!! 10+
i had a review sample so luckily it was flawless! havent overclocked the panel yet . know the G-sync model will do 165hz when it rolls out . Monitor is nice if in an open space for RGB to be seen- surprised it has more rgb options then the rtx 2*** aorus cards haha
Yup, I have the Aorus 1440p monitor too. I love it, except the RGB at the back which is pointless. The colour accuracy of the screen is amazing though and on the 'Speed' setting I've had absolutely no ghosting or anything. I've got 0 bleed as well which is fantastic.
CCL has sold out this morning! more should be coming in. NovaTech is ORDER ON REQUEST. box.co.uk has a few units in
I bought one myself and there was still stock afterwards Fitted and seems quiet and stable.
I've just bought the gigabyte 650watt non modular psu. It has had positive reviews. I wonder if this 700 watt is made by same oem for Gigabyte...? https://www.techfortechs.co.uk/p650b
Yeah that has been my experience too. To be fair to the OP there was actually one in stock when this was posted but someone must have bought it. Not a bad price at all but I think I'll wait for it to drop a bit more (or for a Amazon Warehouse one) as Gigabyte are a relative unknown in this sector I wouldn't want to spend more than £40-£45 for this but this is still good compared to the'big brands'...
That's pretty much default when they initially go out of stock. I've ordered with this timeframe many times and it normally comes within a week.
£52.78 from CCL for people who need it fast. (y)
Is that rgb lights on the psu? Is it just me or whats the point of that? Doesnt the fan face towards the bottom on the case and the case will sit on top of a desk or floor thus u wont see them?
eteknix have done a review of the pushchair and gets Bang for Buck Award. https://www.eteknix.com/thermaltake-power-supply-500w-review/
Not at all that psi is fine
Garbage rgb edition ultra case (lol)
Don't say that lol. I've actually got this psu in my ryzen system that i use for gaming. (shock) . Not gonna zap my system is it?
i think it is yue-lin in this case
There is one Russian review of this PSU and at least it is a DC-DC design so whilst this isn't a great PSU there is far worse out there so this wouldn't be too bad a for a budget build. I can't find any info as to who the OEM is.
Potentially good deal depending what Gigabyte PSUs are like, personally never heard of Gigabyte as a PSU manufacturer but not to necessarily say they are bad, anyone else had experience of their PSUs?
Show me a Sony PSU :/
Got one of these about 6 or so years ago near this price and still going strong, not sure it's as good an option these days but Seasonic are known for solid PSU's
superflower is a good second choice, sometimes actually they best seasonic in tests
Nope not any more, they used to make a few on the corsair lineup but corsair have a list of 4/5 OEMs for their range though. Seasonic only make a couple of "customer" PSUs for other brands these days, they pretty much only sell via their own brand as they have the brand recognition that they didn't have 10 years ago. http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/PSUReviewDatabase.html Above link will show you who makes every PSU.
Seasonic make a lot of the Corsair PSUs..
I would a avoid the B3 line entirely there are issues with protection and quite a few have gone pop on reviewers test benches.
Seems a lot for Bronze, I would have thought most looking at this size power supply (not sure why anyone would want an 850w) would be looking at gold, plat or titanium. Big fan of EVGA though, Not voted. I bought a Deep Cool Quanta Gold after seeing one stripped down and tested for £40 three years ago, not looked back.
Be prepared to send unit to Holland if you ever need rma.
dO PPL STILL RUN MULTI GPU SETUPS ? AS that is pretty much the only reason for this (asic miner maybe ??) ;)
What do you mean? When I had the PSU - it had 2 cable 8pin for the 2 sockets. However, if you mean currently, then yes, I am using a single cable with 2 x 8pin - like a splitter. Although not the desirable method, there isn't a massive disadvantage to do so.
Not to sound a idiot but if it was a graphics card with 2x 8pin I would be using two different cables for each 8/6 pin
Randomly, I had 2 of these that had to be returned. As soon as it went under load during gaming, it would cut my graphics card and wouldn't work until I restarted the PC. Definitely the PSU - a cheaper Corsair one did the trick. However, I know I am unlucky - they have great reviews and leaving heat!
Often makes me wonder about the noises PCs make, I've neverheard of someone complaining about the noise coming from their fish tank but an AIO on a PC is deafening ?
Seems a bit expensive for a 750W when the 1000W wasn’t much more and I’m sure the 850W was the same price? Either way though it’s a good range of PSUs, I had loads of the 1000W units and never had a failure. 750W will definitely accommodate most needs.
ive got this one and i cant hear it in my pc my gpu and cpu fans make more noise
You should be able to put it in eco mode, no fan comes on unless it gets to 55 degrees C. I have the 850 G2 and my fan don't turn on often, look at the chart below and check this one has the eco switch, I'm sure it's on the list: https://www.evga.com/support/faq/afmviewfaq.aspx?faqid=59497
Noise Graph It's not particularly quiet, but then again it's an EVGA and non of them are. For a great quality quiet PSU look at Bitfenix Whisper M or the higher end Be Quiet range. Also don't listen to the common bad advice of getting higher wattage units as lots of higher wattage units have the same cooling as smaller brothers but use far more aggressive fan curves which results in more noise at same wattage as lower wattage units.
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