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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    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.
    High Power Performance GD has a very loud fan.

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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.
    I ask which one of these three versions is better. I wanted to compare 3 PSUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTalgan View Post
    I ask which one of these three versions is better. I wanted to compare 3 PSUs.
    Now you have to compare which has the better warranty plan.
    Get statistics by your seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiriakos-GR View Post
    Now you have to compare which has the better warranty plan.
    Get statistics by your seller.
    Ultimately, warranty is with the manufacturer. Not the seller. That said, Turkey had adopted the EU consumer protection directives back in 2009 which means the seller must support the warranty of the product for the first two years of ownership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Ultimately, warranty is with the manufacturer. Not the seller. That said, Turkey had adopted the EU consumer protection directives back in 2009 which means the seller must support the warranty of the product for the first two years of ownership.
    Warranty this is a plain word, the customer he might receives a replacement unit in 20 days or in three months, such quality of service must be verified up front.

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    FSP and Seasonic have 2 years seller + 8 years manufacturer Warranty . Be Quiet 2seller +3 year Warranty. Be Quiet and seasnonic almost same prive on marked. Fsp litte cheaper.
    I will go Seasonic.

    warranty terms and conditions of firms in Turkey with European standards. they have to provide at least 2 years warranty. We also have the right to return within 15 days.

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