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    Default Corsair TX650M or Bitfenix Whisper M 650w

    Hello, I'm new here.
    Can you guys give me some advice for 650w PSU.

    I decided a couple weeks ago to buy a new PSU. Right now I'm using Enermax NaXn.

    My Spec:
    -Ryzen 5 1600 OC to 3.6GHz
    -Asrock AB350 Pro 4
    -Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666 16GB (2x8)
    -Shappire RX 480 Nitro+ 8GB
    -Cryorig H7 (not installed yet still waiting for AM4 bracket)
    -2 monitors

    Should i buy Corsair TX650M (grey label) or Bitfenix Whisper M650 because this only good brand i found in my local store (Bandung, Indonesia). I have tight budget because i need to upgrade my others PC component and pay rent.
    both of them is Gold and 7 years warranty, but the Bitfenix is fully modular PSU.
    Bitfenix is $6 more expensive than Corsair TX650M

    which PSU should i buy? The Pros and Cons of both of them.

    Thanks.

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    You don't need a 650W PSU a good 450W PSU is perfect. Like for example the BitFenix Whisper M 450W. Otherwise for example the Corsair TX550M or RM550x if a 450W isn't available. It all depends on the availability and prices.

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    The 650W Bitfenix Whisper M isn't that quiet due to a change in fan.
    Thus the idle rotation is way higher with that unit.

    The 450 and 550W is much quieter.

    And as the Mask stated, a 550W is plenty for your system. And you'll be somewhat between 50-60% load while Gaming.

    So if possible get the 450 or 550W Bitfenix Whisper M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    You don't need a 650W PSU a good 450W PSU is perfect. Like for example the BitFenix Whisper M 450W. Otherwise for example the Corsair TX550M or RM550x if a 450W isn't available. It all depends on the availability and prices.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    The 650W Bitfenix Whisper M isn't that quiet due to a change in fan.
    Thus the idle rotation is way higher with that unit.

    The 450 and 550W is much quieter.

    And as the Mask stated, a 550W is plenty for your system. And you'll be somewhat between 50-60% load while Gaming.

    So if possible get the 450 or 550W Bitfenix Whisper M.
    Thanks guys, i finally purchased Corsair TX 550 M because Bitfenix Whisper 450 and 550 is out of stock, hopefully this PSU will work fine.
    Thanks for the advice.

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