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    Cost difference between wattages is really small...

    Cost difference between wattages is really small if the platform and cables are identical. That's why manufacturers prefer to sell the higher wattage models, more margin there.
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    None of those two. If you're looking at a 600W...

    None of those two. If you're looking at a 600W PSU you probably have something like a Core i7/i9 or Ryzen 7/9 and a RTX 2080 Ti or something similar. For a PC like that a better PSU makes a lot more...
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    You didn't had a PSU problem. A PSU just doesn't...

    You didn't had a PSU problem. A PSU just doesn't create burn spots on your motherboard.
  4. IMO it should have a better fan, multi rail,...

    IMO it should have a better fan, multi rail, maybe some software control and digital control to be called the best.
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    Bitfenix Formula seems the best deal. Good...

    Bitfenix Formula seems the best deal. Good quality, silent and a good price.
  6. Transient spikes can get higher than that, but...

    Transient spikes can get higher than that, but you need a faster meter to see those spikes.
  7. With overclocks and because of high current peaks...

    With overclocks and because of high current peaks a 40A OCP can be tripped. But this is a good thing because pushes them to use two cables. Or they make the bad choice of disabling the OCP. :p
  8. It has six or seven rails from 40A each afaik.

    It has six or seven rails from 40A each afaik.
  9. It certainly could be more silent under heavier...

    It certainly could be more silent under heavier load.
    https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php?option=database&manfID=107&volts=1

    A CWT GPU design is certainly more silent and less crowded.
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    It's okay to refund that power supply.

    It's okay to refund that power supply.
  11. There isn't something similar.

    There isn't something similar.
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    Which graphics card should the PSU be able to...

    Which graphics card should the PSU be able to power? The PSU's you named are enough for a high-end graphics card.
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    It's a small upgrade. :)

    It's a small upgrade. :)
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    It's the same reviewer. And it does follow logic....

    It's the same reviewer. And it does follow logic. Higher wattage power supplies usually have a fan with higher speed, because it needs to move more heat at full load. Fans with higher full speed...
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    How can you say that? Even something simple as...

    How can you say that? Even something simple as buying a high quality PSU instead of a low quality PSU is already future proof. [/COLOR]
  16. Perfect and no problem.

    Perfect and no problem.
  17. Depends on the components and requirements. For...

    Depends on the components and requirements. For this build you can't go safer with a higher wattage model. Safer can only be bought with higher quality and better protections.


    It isn't a better...
  18. It's just what you prefer. Corsair has longer...

    It's just what you prefer. Corsair has longer warranty, be quiet! has a better fan and doesn't use incable capacitors.
  19. PCPartPicker is wrong, all MSI Max motherboard...

    PCPartPicker is wrong, all MSI Max motherboard have Ryzen 3000 support out of the box. It's one of the reasons I recommended that motherboard.


    I doesn't really matter how many connectors you...
  20. Can you give the full specifications?

    Can you give the full specifications?
  21. Some maybe, but most of the time the less...

    Some maybe, but most of the time the less interesting stuff. The more expensive stuff with a higher margin. At least here in The Netherlands.
  22. Nope No, not really, but the PC doesn't consume...

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    No, not really, but the PC doesn't consume more than 400W well all components are loaded 100% and around 350W with gaming. So your under the 80% anyway.

    That's certainly a worse choice....
  23. The Ryzen is indeed a better choice. Motherboard...

    The Ryzen is indeed a better choice. Motherboard doesn't have to be this one, but it isn't a bad choice either. ;)

    The Crucial P1 is a NVMe SSD, so it doesn't need cables, that's the plus. The...
  24. That's not really a reason for a starting fan...

    That's not really a reason for a starting fan speed of ~1600RPM, even with 30-32 C intake.

    https://tpucdn.com/review/toughpower-pf1-argb-1200-w/images/cl_fan_rpm.jpg
  25. Both the Ryzen 7 3700X and Core i7 9700K are more...

    Both the Ryzen 7 3700X and Core i7 9700K are more than capable for that. The Ryzen 7 3700X is only faster and should last longer because of that.
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