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    Thread: Power Supply: List of Quality PSUs in Pakistan

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      Power Supply: List of Quality PSUs in Pakistan

      Power supply is a Grid That Powers up the Whole Computer.

      As Members of this Forum are asking for List of Recommended Power Supplies so they can take help for buying NEw Supplies for there Rigs. so i have Decided to Create a Separate and Fresh Thread for only Recommended Power Supplies and of course will cover the FAQs.

      What are we suggesting here is an extensive unit of power supplies, Actually whole list of PSUs for the End users to run There High end Gaming Rigs. the list will comprises of Several Well Reputable Brands and there Potential to Run Graphics Card of any kind.
      I Presume since you're reading this Thread, you must know about the significance of Having a Quality Power Supply, Talking about overall Buld Quality and not the Efficiency only. While listing the Brands And Models for PSUs, i will post the Reviews regarding the specific Power Supply so You guys can do some reading for yourself too just to understand things and what is good for you.




      500 - 650W
      Brand Series Model Wattage +12 Rail x Ampere Manufacturer(OEM) Modular 80 Plus/Efficiency Reviews NVIDIA 2-Way SLI AMD 2-way CFX Availability in Pak
      Thermaltake Smart SE SPS 530M 530 1 x 38 = 456W HEC/Compucase Semi
      Overclockers.com GTX 660, 660Ti , 750Ti, 950
      AMD 7790, 7850, 270, 370
      YES @ Galaxy Beegeek
      Thermaltake Smart SE SPS 630M 630 1 x 45 = 540W HEC/Compucase Semi
      Hardwaresecrets GTX 960, 760 960, 950 7870, 7950, 280, 270x, 380 2x7770 YES @ Galaxy Beegeek CZONE
      Cooler Master Silent Pro RS-550-80GA 550 1 x 42 = 504W Enhance Electronics No GOLD Guru3D GTX 770, 660Ti, 750Ti, 950 (Min) 7970, 280x, 380x 2x 250X, 2x 7850, 2x 7790 YES @ Galaxy










      700 - 850W

      Brand Series Model Wattage +12v Rail x Ampere Manufacturer (OEM) Modular 80 Plus/Efficiency Reviews NVIDIA 2/3-Way SLI AMD 2-Way CFX Availability in Pak
      Xigmatek Centauro XTK-CB-0700M 700 1 x 50 = 600

      Bronze JonnyGuru 780, 970 2x 950 (Rec) R9 280X, 380X, R9 285
      YES @ Beegeek
      Xigmatek Centauro XTB-CB-0800M 800 1 x 58 = 696
      Full Bronze
      980, 780Ti
      R9 290, R9 390, Fury X 2x 370, 2x 7870, YES @ Beegeek
      Thermaltake Smart SE SPS-730M 730 1 x 56 = 672
      Semi Bronze Hardwaresecrets

      2x 270x YES @ Beegeek Galaxy
      Corsair RM CP-9020055-NA 750 1 x 62.5 = 750 Chicony Power Technology Full GOLD Hardwareheaven 980, 980 Ti, 2x 970, 2x 760, 3x960 R9 390X, 2x 280X(Min), 2x 285, 2x 7950, 2x 7970 YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      Thermaltake Toughpower DPS TPG-850DH3CTG 850 1 x 70 = 840 Sirtec Full GOLD JonnyGURU
      2x 970, 2x 770(Min)
      YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      Corsair RM CP-9020056-NA 850 1 x 70.8 = 850 Chicony Power Technology Full GOLD JonnyGURU 980 Ti 2x 970, 2x 980 *2x 280X(Rec) YES @ Beegeek GalaxyCZONE






      1000 - 1500W

      Brand Series Model Wattage +12v Rail x Ampere Manufacturer(OEM) Modular 80 Plus/Efficency Reviews 2/3/4-way SLI 2/3/4-way CFX Availability in Pak
      Corsair RM CP-9020062-NA 1000 1 x 83.3 = 999 CWT Full GOLD Anandtech TPU 3x 980, 3x 970 R9 295X2 YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      Cooler Master V series RSA00-AFBAG1-US 1000 1 x 83 = 996 Seasonic Full GOLD JonnyGURU 3x 980
      YES @ Beegeek CZONE
      Thermaltake Toughpower Grand TPG-1050M 1050 2 x 40+80
      Full GOLD V-Zone 3x 970, 2x 770(Rec), 2x 780 3x 280X, 2x Fury X, 2x 390X, 2x 290X, YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      *Corsair HX 1200i CP-9020070-NA 1200i 1 x 100 = 1200 Flextronics Full Platinum Kitguru HEXUS 3x 980Ti
      YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      *Corsair AX 1200i CP-9020008-NA 1200i 1 x 100.4 = 1204 Flextronics Full Platinum JonnyGURU HardOCP 4x 980(Ti), 3x 770, 3x 780(Ti) 2x 390, 2x 290x, 2x 295X2 YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      Thermaltake Toughpower XT TPX-1275M 1275 2 x 45 + 65 CWT Full Platinum TPU JonnyGURU 4x 980(Ti), 3x Fury X, 3x 390, 3x 290, 4x 280X, YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE
      Thermaltake Toughpower XT TP-1500M 1500 4 x 30+30+50+50 Enhance Electronics Full Silver TPU *4x 980(Ti), 4x 780(Ti) 3x 290X, 3x 390X. 4x 390X (1700W) YES @ Beegeek Galaxy CZONE

      Note:

      • ​Above PSUs recommendations are based on Full System Wattage and not for Single Components.
      • All The Power Supplies Recommended, considering there Availability in Pakistan
      • FAQs are also updated in thread.
      • You can ask Any sort of Question Reqarding PSU in this Thread
      • Reviews and official Links are added, you can also Read them for yourself for better understanding.






      Frequent Asking Questions

      1. How Much Power requires to Run My GAming Setup?
      Ans. Well, the first and foremost concern that comes in every gamers who have a Gaming rig either High End or budget System. to Determine what amount of Power he need to run his system first you do know the components in your system like CPU, motherboard, Graphics Card, Ram, Rear Fans, Hard drives, SSD. all these components are consume a specific proportion of Power from Grid called Power Supply.

      +12v Rail has major Power draw for components.(like Corsair RM 750 has single rail of +12v with ampere 62.5x12) 750W draws on +12v rail. so we have total Power draw for System would be 1200 wattage.


      we Take an Example of a 4th Gen Gaming System.



      Components Wattage
      I7 4790K at stock 110w max
      Cm V6GT 2xfans 8w Max (4w Per Fan)
      GTX 980 at stock 305w
      2x 4GB RAM 8w (4w Per stick)
      4x 500GB Hard drives 48W (12w Per HDD)
      1x SSD 3w
      6x 120mm Cooling Fans 18W (3w Per Fan)
      Total Wattage 509W

      Currently System's Pulled Power is 509W
      Further Headroom for Overclocking 650W is recommended.

      Wattage reading taken from Web from Reviews. The only Access we have. While if anybody wants to take his own figures then Wattage Meter is required which
      somehow tells closely accurate Figures. Not 100% though.

      2. How to Choose a Perfect or Flawless Power Supply
      Ans. One of Most Frequent question asked many 100s times. But selecting or choosing PErfect PSU you should consider following elements.


      • Watts
      • Ampere on +12v Rail
      • Build quality of PSU
      • Connectors that your components Require i"e PCIe, CPU, hdd
      • 80+ Efficiency Rating


      3. How Do I Measure the Power Supply Voltages?
      Ans. Measuring PSU voltages isn't any difficult or dangerous thing to do. infact We have many thrid Party Programs that are available over internet through which you can measure the voltages. But software isn't the ideal way to measure the voltages for accurate or 99% results. But We have limited options here, a good Multimeter can tell a better story about the Voltages and its stability.

      Here are the official maximum and minimum Voltages reading.

      +5VSB (Min: 4.75v Max: 5.25v)
      +3.3V (Min: 3.14v Max: 3.47v)
      +5V (Min: 4.75v Max: 5.25v)
      +12V (Min: 11.4v Max: 12.6v)

      But one Program among many can be very effective in showing some improve results not 99% accurate but somehow better than any other software.

      AIDA64

      4. Single Rail Vs. Multi-Rail +12V? Which is better?
      Ans. Basically Rail is a source or line through which Multi-Rail born. +12v is a Singe Rail which is called SOURCE, through which Rails are Splits to several or few others which is called Multi-Rail. single Rail is very simple, one way to deliver power for each and every components no other layer for alternatives it is mentioned like +12V on PSU.

      While Multi-Rail is being made for delivering power to components from more than one Rail. It shown on PSUs like this


      12V1/18 12V2/18 12V3/18

      Some components powering through one rail and some components from other rails it has been shown on PSU like PCIe connector should plug into 12V2 Port(second Rail)
      .

      Single Rail Drawback
      Short Circuit .On a Very High end System you definitely have a high End Power supply like 1000W. On 1000W Delivering power to components through single rail can be dangerous if any short circuit happen it can Burn your whole PC down. But only in very unusual circumstances happens rare.

      Multi-Rail Drawback
      Equal Disbribution of Load. As i mentioned above the Rails segments, we can see seond Rail contain or allows 18 Amperage on !2V Rail, Means PCIe can get 216W Through its specified Rail but if in case GPU demands more than 216w, the psu will borrow amperage from other rails which is not so simple, can be an issue. equal division of Loads will a risky term too. it can get fluctuate for time.

      But Multi-Rail has bit better in sense it has better OCP, it provides an Extra Layer of Protection in case of Short Circuit. It shutdown to save the other rails through OCP feature before it damage the whole PC. Multi-Rail does not effect on performance, but Possibly much better in OCP for over 1000W PSUs. But No Impact on PErformance and overclockability.

      CORSIAR is well known and Quality Brand out There, they are still using one Single Rail for there Power Suppy Units for non stop power. On the other hand ANTEC, an old company, producing power supplies from many years still preferring Multi-Rail Power System on there PSUs.



      5. Modular or Semi or Non-Modular? which is more worthyh?
      Ans. Well, all three Segments of Power supply have there own features, Pros n cons. These days Power supplies are coming with either Fully modular design or semi modular. Fully modular deisgn based psus are mostly in high end or with large capacity i:e 1000w PSU and above.

      Modular PSU
      +Extremely Precise
      +High Quality
      +Better Cable Management
      +Continuous Airflow
      +No Mess

      - Expensive

      Non Modular
      + Less Expensive
      - Cable management's a nigtmare
      - low capacity PSU
      - Disturb Airflow


      These days in Pakistani market, PSUs are available in either full Modular or Semi modular design. so For high end Gamers we have clear option to go with Full Modular.And of course they are worth spending few extra cash. Non modular became irrelevant due to non available or build.


      Other Power Supply Threads

      [Guide] Power Supply Unit For PC - Sunny945 (Retired PG Staff)
      PSU Efficiency

      Suggestions/Comments are Welcome here.



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      damnit, great job nafu
      now it will be 10 times easier for me to get PSU in future , m subscribing it


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      thats what we needed great work @nafu

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      will be much better if u can add prices too like in main PC buying guide... but writing the store name on which they are available is great too...

      also please explain difference between modular and non-modular cables also??i know a bit about it not sure...also the advantage of modular and if it is worth paying extra for it when on budget??
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      Quote Originally Posted by mac007 View Post
      will be much better if u can add prices too like in main PC buying guide... but writing the store name on which they are available is great too...

      also please explain difference between modular and non-modular cables also??i know a bit about it not sure...also the advantage of modular and if it is worth paying extra for it when on budget??
      well, its under process, so i will see if i can make few addition to it.

      As for your Question regarding Modular, they are always better than non Modular, becuase you cannot manage in midtower case bundles of cables. In a conjusted case cable Management is HArd and so it ruin the Air Flow. Also effect on Operating temperature for PC. findng places to hide those excesses cables might be a nightmare.

      while in Modular case, you will always have choices, you will only use those cables that extreme important for running PC like PCI-E, 24 pin power, CPU 8 pin, few Sata. You Will Attach the only Necessary cables.

      Well Modular are expensive too, compare to Non modular due to better Build quality and of course due to Modular design. but When you're on budget it is not obvious that you spend hard cash on modular. non Modular can also do better but again depending upon case. you can do a good Cable Management in case least like CM 690 PLUS.

      But the Good Thing is these Days Most PSUs are coming with Modular or Semi Modular Design which is Great for budget Gamers too.
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      Thermaltakes Smart SE series psu's are some of the worst psu's ever manufactured, never ever buy these.
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      great job man really appreciated
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      comparison between Thermaltake Smart SE 630w new in 3 years warranty vs Antec truepower 650w used no warranty?
      which one should i choose.
      or any other psu in 6k range. current gpu is 650ti boost, plan for future upgrade.
      @nafu
      Last edited by Galvatron; 02-07-16 at 01:40 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Galvatron View Post
      comparison between Thermaltake Smart SE 630w new in 3 years warranty vs Antec truepower 650w used no warranty?
      which one should i choose.
      or any other psu in 6k range. current gpu is 650ti boost, plan for future upgrade.
      @nafu
      Thermaltake Smart series does not come with 3 years warranty in Pakistan or this is what Shingpoint Techno City outlet told me. I know 3yrs is mentioned on Czone and Shingpoint's websites but they only give 1 year warranty. I think going with a new PSU is always better than a used one.



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      Quote Originally Posted by Galvatron View Post
      comparison between Thermaltake Smart SE 630w new in 3 years warranty vs Antec truepower 650w used no warranty?
      which one should i choose.
      or any other psu in 6k range. current gpu is 650ti boost, plan for future upgrade.
      @nafu
      For long Run, you should consider ever long lasting psu, which seems endless. sometimes used power supplies works much better than New crappy ones, depending on Supply internal Build Quality. However, thermaltake 630w stands fine and reasonable choice against Antec true power. i would also like to mention here that People here do have complaint against this specific model, so nothing is perfect, at the end it depends on your luck.

      on a second opinion, If you have close friend who is selling this Antec PSU and if PSu is its pristine condition then do not hesitate. even i am using low level OEM PSU "Enhance 600w" OEM of "Silverstone" works like a charm, it was imported and i bought in used.

     

     

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