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Do it now. Corsair TX650 V2 vs. I never said they were,I don't even see how you got that impression from what I said. I have noticed that I'm getting a whirring noise from the PSU fan under all loads. weblink

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Haswell Compatible Power Supply

Only 2 choice,no more option... I am thinking the TX is the better model. Reviewed by Jedson3614 Thermaltake's eSPORTS brand, Tt eSPORTS has created some powerful competition with gaming grade peripherals for a reasonable price. solved Should I use my PSU's (Corsair CX600) power cord?

  • Corsair - Enthusiast Series TX850M 850W High Performance PSU solved CX600 vs TX650 or another PSU?
  • The PSU is for my future rig (in my sig) and I have planned to buy the Antec truepower new 650W.
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  • It's better then the CX.
  • no probs.
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My Blog || Rules !! || Get .5GB free DropBox storage || Adware/Malware Removal Guide Spoiler: Vaio CB35 Prized possession Asus U32U ATH M20 Asus RT-N13U B1 Razer DA Redmi 1S corsair FTW. Dec 4, 2011 at 5:59 PM #5 Crap Daddy Joined: Oct 29, 2010 Messages: 2,891 (1.25/day) Thanks Received: 1,289 System Specs System Name: MainMachine / The Deputy Processor: 2500K / G4400 What Does Haswell Ready Mean Love my modular 750w pro series PSU.

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It is very silent. Oh wait... Haswell Compatible Power Supply I have a 4th tier PSU (Corsair CX600). Intel Psu Selector hbalija View Public Profile Find all posts by hbalija #2 06-26-2013, 09:26 AM peanutz94 Support Assistant peanutz94's PC Specs peanutz94's PC Specs MotherboardAsus P6X58D Premiun ProcessorIntel Core i7 920

The time now is 01:19 PM. have a peek at these guys It has one interesting feature: semifanless mode. Few yeas ago i bought Corsair TX650. I am very pleased with my TX750M Dec 4, 2011 at 8:02 PM #13 Wile E Power User Joined: Oct 1, 2006 Messages: 24,318 (6.40/day) Thanks Received: 3,778 System Specs Skylake Compatibility With Corsair Power Supplies

Save yourself some money. __________________ Rig Specs Tator Tot View Public Profile Send a private message to Tator Tot Visit Tator Tot's homepage! On first sight it was much better than first TX650. zomgtruth View Public Profile Find all posts by zomgtruth #12 06-29-2013, 07:59 AM geronimo427 Registered User geronimo427's PC Specs geronimo427's PC Specs MotherboardGigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H ProcessorIntel Core i5 3570K MemoryCMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B check over here Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Rating: Display Modes #1 06-26-2013, 01:46 AM hbalija Registered User hbalija's PC Specs hbalija's PC Specs MotherboardASUS P8Z68-V/GEN3 ProcessorIntel

Best answer nostallFeb 27, 2014, 8:19 PM If price is similar, I would go with the TX model. Haswell Vs Skylake Or how about the Corsair AX or EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2, which are Tier 1 PSUs? solved Powering XFX R9 290 DD with one cable from Corsair CX600M solved Should I ditch my Corsair CX600?

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Should I go with the Antec, or should I buy the Corsair? There is a review on the TX750 V2 model here. Reply With Quote 11-07-2012,11:45 PM #3 d6bmg View Profile View Forum Posts BMG ftw!! Corsair Power Supply Full Review Dungeon Siege III Reviewed by michaeltibbsjr Full Review Sapphire RX 460 2GB Single Fan D5 OC Reviewed by sepiashimmer This is my first Radeon graphics card, and

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The one in my PC is working 4 years now 24/7! Are you aware of patent laws? http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost...53&postcount=5 http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthre...=build+PSU%27s __________________ NO, I do not work for Corsair! More resources See also solved CX vs TX psu corsair solved Corsair PSU CX750M vs HX750 vs TX750M solved Corsair TX850M vs seasonic M12ii PSU solved PSU: XFX XTR 550W(80+ gold)

Also I think that you should go for something bigger than 600W...at least a 750W (in case you want to upgrade in the future) de.das.dude says thanks. (You must log