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    Thanks but I'm little worried about that 400W. I would like have some reserve in case I would upgrade graphics card etc. That's why I'm looked at 500W.

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    With the FSP Hydro X 450W you can easily upgrade to a Ryzen 7 3700X and RX 5700 XT or RTX 2080 if you don't overclock.

    With some 500W or 600W power supplies you named that wouldn't be smart choice.

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    I wo think about it.
    In mean time i got deal for EVGA 750BQ for 49. Quality/price wise how it stands ?

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    It certainly is a downgrade over the FSP Hydro X performance and quality wise, but it's also cheaper. If it's new and only 49 it's not a bad deal. But to me the FSP Hydro X 450W looks like a better option for you. It's a quality power supply that should work fine for many years and you also have some room to upgrade to something much faster.

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    I get it but 65 is really above budget which is really tight. I was originally looking for something under 50.
    But many thanks, i will think about it.
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    Sooo, the problem is that HydroX is only refurbished for that price. That is no no for me, so I am back at start.

    Fortron HEXA 85+ 550W (55)
    Be quiet! PURE POWER 11 500W 80PLUS Gold BN293 (62)
    Or Corsair CX450M 450W CP-9020101-EU (60)

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    In that case get the be quiet! Pure Power 11 500W or Corsair CX450M. The be quiet! is more silent, more efficient and has the better fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    The beQuiet is very much the same as the GSP Hexa 85+ except the beQuiet has a much better fan.
    Nope, its ACRF with independant voltage regulation. Basically a slightly cost down E10 and optimized L10 upped to gold.

    Looks like this:
    https://img.tweakpc.de/image/dsc-4392-andere.FU1
    (that is an L10, the E10 is still the same plattform that EVGA also uses for their G1+ Lineup).
    Last edited by Stefan Payne; 09-04-2019 at 02:53 PM. Reason: mistook E11 and E10...

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    Thanks, ordered that BeQuiet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Nope, its ACRF with independant voltage regulation. Basically a slightly cost down E11 and optimized L10 upped to gold.

    Looks like this:
    https://img.tweakpc.de/image/dsc-4392-andere.FU1
    (that is an L10, the E10 is still the same plattform that EVGA also uses for their G1+ Lineup).
    Sorry. I thought they both had DC to DC.

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