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    Question Is this a good PSU for my build?

    System Specs:
    CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x w/ stock cooler
    GPU: Nvidia RTX 2060 Super reference edition
    Motherboard: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra
    RAM: G.skill Trident Z RGB 16GB 2x8GB 3600Mhz
    Drives:
    1x Crucial MX500 1TB
    1x Crucial MX500 250GB
    1x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 5400RPM
    Case: NZXT H500
    Case Fans: 4x 120MM

    Overclocking: No overclocking planned as of now.

    Location: India

    Stores to purchase from:
    www.mdcomputers.in
    www.vedantcomputers.in
    (Please don't suggest anything from Amazon India as they usually have terribly high component pricing in my country and not that much variety.)

    Budget & Currency: 7-10k INR

    PSU Shortlisted:
    Cooler Master MWE Gold 650w/750w
    Corsair RM750
    Corsair CX650M

    What PSU should I go for? Is Cooler Master a good brand for Power supplies? If not better than Corsair are, are they that much worse if I have no other option?

    Thanks guys.

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    Every brand has good and bad stuff, you should look at the product it self.

    But for a high end PC like yours a high quality PSU would make the most sense. Best in stock choice would be the Corsair RM750.

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    So how much worse would the MWE Gold be compared to TX650M from a cost saving point of view? Because the TX650M had been my choice all along until it went out of stock.

    Wouldnt mind getting the RM750 but it is a bit expensive @ 10k INR compared to the MWE gold at 7k INR

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    Corsair TXM is certainly better than Cooler Master MWE Gold.

    There hasn't been a good review yet, but at this moment I would choose a Cooler Master MWE Bronze 650W V2 for 5.6K INR over a MWE Gold for 7K.
    https://mdcomputers.in/cooler-master...rice&order=ASC

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    Hi. An update about availability. vedantcomputers.com has the TX750M for 9.6k & RM750 for 10.3k. What would you suggest between these two options.

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    The RM750 because it's more silent, comes with 10 years warranty and it's ATX 2.52 compatible.

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    But according to the Corsair hierarchy sticky, it doesnt have all Japanese caps does it? Also the max operating temperature is only rated at 40C right? TXM has all Japanese caps and 50C rated right? Does that make any difference in terms of the life of the PSU?

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    The RM750 already has a 10 years warranty, so Corsair knows that probably lets say 95% still works after 10 years. Otherwise they don't give it 10 years warranty, that will cost to much money. How much longer do you want to use the PSU?
    Last edited by -The_Mask-; 08-02-2019 at 02:25 PM.

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    Would use it for this build and the build after probably. So more than 5 years

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    Ive gone with the RM 750 2019. Thanks guys.

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