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    Hello.
    Could you please help me about which power supply I have to choose. I want it to work silently and be durable long time. 3 models PSU have 10 years guarantee.


    1)Be Quiet! BN284 Straight Power 11 850W 80+Gold ~185$ 5 years guarantee.
    2)FSP HYDRO G PRO 850W 80+ Gold ~165$ 10 years guarantee.
    3) Seasonic Focus Plus 850+ Gold ~182$ SSR-850FX ( I guess its comes new version GX model) 10 years guarantee.
    4)Corsair RM750 ~150$ 10 years guarantee.



    The difference between 750W and 850W models is $ 20- $ 30. so I think 850W.

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    Without knowing any specifications it's quite hard to give a decent recommendation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Without knowing any specifications it's quite hard to give a decent recommendation.
    He has R7 1700X and RX5600 XT ... You got your answers at LTT forum, you don't need 850W for this build, settle down for 550/650W. Also, in Turkey there should be High Power Performance GD available for quite cheap, it's good PSU, more than enough for your build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Without knowing any specifications it's quite hard to give a decent recommendation.
    He is talking about how many watts you really need. Most people don't need anywhere near 850w.
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    I have a system that consumes less than 600w. I have a crossfire plan with 2 video cards. in this case 620w power will be required. 750w will be more than enough.
    The products currently on sale are 80+ gold, 620w 750w 850w. price differences are very low. the price of each product has increased. I researched and decided on the models that I wrote and are currently on sale. I will choose one of them.

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    So it is a PSU for an older PC? Because CrossFire support is gone in the current generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTalgan View Post
    I have a system that consumes less than 600w
    I would pass a positive vote according to which brand from your list of choices this can easily honor the warranty period in your area.
    Citizens of Non European countries they should make their own research by getting in communication with their own seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    So it is a PSU for an older PC? Because CrossFire support is gone in the current generation.
    Thanks for the strong laughs !!
    The 12V Rail does not have generations, you may simply make a choice according to offered amperes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTalgan View Post
    I have a system that consumes less than 600w. I have a crossfire plan with 2 video cards. in this case 620w power will be required. 750w will be more than enough.
    The products currently on sale are 80+ gold, 620w 750w 850w. price differences are very low. the price of each product has increased. I researched and decided on the models that I wrote and are currently on sale. I will choose one of them.
    Why though, Xfire has been dead since 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiriakos-GR View Post
    Thanks for the strong laughs !!
    The 12V Rail does not have generations, you may simply make a choice according to offered amperes.
    He meant current generations of graphics cards do not support Crossfire.

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