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Old 17th September, 2007, 09:43 AM
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Cooler Master iGreen 600W

hey guys.

I need advice on this psu,like is it stable and better than lets a Gigabyte Odin 550watt,and will it be efficient enough for this setup,even when overclocked to about 350 fsb on the cpu.Or maybe a psu in the 600-650-700 watt range besides this 1 that you guys recommend.

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C2D E6600
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Creative Audigy 4
LG dvd writer
Tower with 240mm sidefan
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Maxtor 160 Sata1 8m
Asus HD scard 5.1
Leadtek tv tuner card
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Thanks guys,any advice welcomed.
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Old 18th September, 2007, 06:28 PM
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If it's a high quality PSU it should suffice. Then again, you're running a high power system. Bump.
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Looking at the spec sheet, it looks decent. 600W continuous output rating, at 82% efficiency, with 400,000 hours MTBF. The few reviews I've looked at all seem to indicate decent static load regulation (nobody does dynamic load testing that I've seen).

The PSU is made by AcBel Polytech, who appear to make a fair number of the PSUs sold in the higher end of the market.
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Old 19th September, 2007, 12:08 AM
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Thanks for responding to the bump, Gizmo! Glad that it's a respectable power supply.
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