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^ as far as I know it doesn't come with a PSU. Also, it is always better to get a branded PSU as well; from what I know coolermaster hasn't made any new PSUs so best try brands like Corsair
^is it ok to settle for a generic PSU at the meantime while saving up for a branded one? the rig I'm planning to build will not include a video card yet (to follow)
pwede naman, basta wala kang gamit na matindi kumain ng kuryente
pero kung gagastos ka na rin lang naman para sa generic na PSU, baket di mo nalang isave at bumili ng branded diba?
tska tandaan mo na wala sa wattage ang performance ng PSU, importante eh yung amp dun sa 12v rail, so di mo kelangan bumili ng mahal na mataas ang watts kung enough naman na yung Amp sa mas mababa =]
Last edited by keyjey; Jul 20, 2010 at 12:38 AM.
^^the generic PSU I'm talking about is the ones included in the casing
ermon, what he's saying is that the generic PSUs (regardless if you bought it elsewhere or galing sa casing) is not an ideal option to use especially if you're using a somewhat-powerful setup.
From what I know, Coolermaster cases don't come with PSUs (aside from their mini-atx cases (if they do have one) ).
^yepyep I know. but I'll probably stick to my generic PSU for the meantime while I save up for a branded one.
I just bought my rig now:
Athlon II x3 2.9GHz
Western Digital 500GB
Kingston 2GB 1333 DDR3
I don't have a video card anyway, jsut using the onboard at the moment so I'll stick to the generic PSU for a while so I can save up for a branded one
ang 9600 ba na video card kailangan ng branded na PSU? ano bang video card ang kinakailangan ng branded na PSU?
Planning to buy the same HD 5770 VC and another LCD monitor so I can have dual monitors. Anyone have any problems with HD 5770?
@froshie1 - in any case, it is always better to use branded. why?
a generic PSU would say it has a 500w but since its generic, it doesn't usually pass the 80 plus test, thus having a lower efficiency and a shorter lifespan - so that 500w is probably just 300-350w
A branded PSU would usually have at least an 80 plus bronze rating these days which means given a 500w, guaranteed sya 500w and over time it will go as low as 450 at average (this is after quite some time - by then nakapalit ka na for a better setup)
@RaschaD -> no problems with that videocard depends nalang on w/c manufacturer I suppose?
^thanks. baka Sapphire brand kasi yun lang available sa RSun. check ko na rin sa iba kung may ganun silang card.
PC Express dealer's pricelist as of july 21,
Please make those branded products as your minimum psu when you're planning to assemble/buy midrange pc setup.CoolerMaster 550w Real Power SL - PHP4100
CoolerMaster M600 Silent Pro 600w 80plus - PHP5200
Huwag kayo magtipid sa power supply ninyo, kasi, malaki ang impact nito sa performance ng pc nyo.
Baka magtaka kayo na, di nagi-start yung pc, tapos, pa-hang hang pa. Sisirain pa pati motherboard nyo pag nagkataon.
Saka good investment to, para di na kayo magu-upgrade ng new psu in the future, dahil siguradong magtatagal ang lifespan ng ganitong brand, dahil na rin hindi siya palaging overload.
Mag-invest na rin kayo sa UPS (Powercom Ace 650va - PHP1880), para safe lagi ang mga piyesa ng computer nyo.
I agree. UPS and a good PSU is key to maintaining your system lives a long and fruitful life.
pag nakapag-ipon na ako saka ako magpapalit ng PSU. I don't plan to settle with a generic PSU since plano ko din kumuha ng malakas na video card. I hope this is fine at the moment hehe.
ito yung plano kong bilhin na PSU:
FSP Epsilon 80Plus 700w 3900
CMPSU-650TXCorsair Power Supply 650watts 4,970.00
dun ko plano bumili sa Questlogic sa Paranaque
go with the corsair
and sure more than enough na yan unless magSLI/Crossfire ka ng high end na gfx card
medyo natataasan lang ako sa presyo
I got mine for an equivalent of 3500-3600php
pero kung fair price yan jan, go for it
tas kung gusto mo, lagyan mo narin ng mga low db na case fan, para tahimik na tahimik setup mo
medyo may napansin lang ako, looking at the control center utility that comes with the motherboard, im reading 40 to 50+C idle on my CPU temperature and almost 70+C load when using Prime95's stress test. is this normal for Phenom II X4s with the ambient temperature we have here in the Phils? parang masyado atang close to the limit. im only using stock cooler at wala kaming aircon sa bahay hehe.
Processor: amd Athlon II X4 635 2.9ghz
Motherboard: gigabyte ma785gm-us2h
Memory: Team elite 2gb ddr2 800 w/heat spreader
Hard Disk: western digital 320gb caviar blue
VideoCard: HIS ATI Radeon 4670 1gb ddr3 128bit
Casing: Orion Casing glossy finish w/600w psu
Mouse&Keyboard: branded Genius mouse & Keyboard
AVR: Micro 500w AvR
LCD: Chimei 18.5 inch LCD wide monitor
this bnew set is selling for Php 25,100.00
sulit ba sa presyo? and can i play nba2k10 high specs here without the lag? thanks