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Old September 1, 2013, 07:50 PM
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a list of psu models and who makes them http://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/psu_manufacturers
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Old September 1, 2013, 11:11 PM
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I think that answers all the questions, what is happening there
So, if your machine crash again, then you know, that the PSU is not good any you *MUST* buy a quality one ASAP.

If the disabling of HD audio was enough, then good for a while, but since the PSU is known to be at least underrated if not downright bad, then I would suggest not waiting till your componets are still alive and kicking well
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Old September 2, 2013, 10:54 AM
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Driver Sweeper not removing amds display file
C:\Windows\system32\atiesrxx.exe
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Antec EA-Platinum 550 Watts PSU

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Old September 2, 2013, 02:05 PM
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Any Seasonic (S12/M12, G series, X series, P series) should be great, choose which ever unit that fits into your budget, as been said you don't need any more than 550W, 750 if you want to be SLI ready. Corsair and Silverstone make decent units as well. Read JonnyGuru's reviews, he's the master of reviewing PSUs.
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Old September 2, 2013, 02:20 PM
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Also vote for Seasonic and AGAINST the Antec. I once bought a Antec NEO 480W PSU. It blew my DFI LP B mobo badly, as there are Fuhjuu caps in the PSU. It run perfectly and with great voltage stability once these caps are replaced for a quality ones, however that did not bring my trusty DFI LP B back from dead. So kill Antec, kill it with fire!

I do not trust them any bit after that fiasco.

Also Enermax 620W Liberty PSUs are full of bad caps. Runs great - but require recapping. Terrible for such pricey PSUs...
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Also vote for Seasonic and AGAINST the Antec. I once bought a Antec NEO 480W PSU. It blew my DFI LP B mobo badly, as there are Fuhjuu caps in the PSU. It run perfectly and with great voltage stability once these caps are replaced for a quality ones, however that did not bring my trusty DFI LP B back from dead. So kill Antec, kill it with fire!

I do not trust them any bit after that fiasco.

Also Enermax 620W Liberty PSUs are full of bad caps. Runs great - but require recapping. Terrible for such pricey PSUs...
The Truepower line by Antec is good stuff. The NEO never was ;)
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Old September 2, 2013, 03:31 PM
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Cannot argue with that, because it is true :) The bottom line is - why buy Antec, when there is Seasonic? :)

/me remember the legendary 350W Fortron PSU... oh, good times! :)
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guys i got a problem
at the back of the pcb of asus 650 ti boost some white components are deposited when i saw opposite of the pcb it was all components which provide power to the core,ram,fans.
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Cannot argue with that, because it is true :) The bottom line is - why buy Antec, when there is Seasonic? :)

/me remember the legendary 350W Fortron PSU... oh, good times! :)
Because Seasonic can learn a thing or two from Delta's Solder Capabilities.
There is nothing wrong with 99% of Delta PSU's.
Even Seasonic has had bad ones, anyone remember the Arctic Cooling crap versions?

Regardless. The Platinum one he is talking about is just fine.

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will seasonic s12ii 520 watts will fulfill my needs coz my budjet is realy low
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