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selecting psu

Siddharth.

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Hey fellows i want to upgrade my old computer and give it to my father as he uses it for networking , watching movies , and documentation and some basic applications....

My old pc config...

Intel pentium cpu 2.66ghz
512 ram ddr1 400mhz
intel 915gv motherboard
sata 80 gb western digital
samsung sata dvd writer

I have selected the following config..

processor - Intel G2010
motherboard - Gigabyte H61M D2H or Gigabyte B75 D3H
a wd or seagate 500gb hdd


I just need help for the power supply unit
which one to buy .. obviously cant buy local psu as recommended by you to hav good psu

I have selected the following two from theitwares
corsair CX430 V2 430w and corsair vs450 450w...

which one to buy from these two or you can recommend other power supply unit...

Thanks in advance..
 

shaiban001

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Hey. I am getting confused now. I have made my mind for Corsair CX430V2 and now you are saying that it is getting higher RMA calls!!! What should I buy now?
 

shaiban001

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But in the PSU thread, it is insisted for cx430v2.... suddenly how they are getting higher RMAs... it was told that cx430v2 is the best!!!
And what about its RMA handling? Where we need to go?
 
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anirbandd

Conversation Architect
not all products are manufactured by the companies. Corsair does not manufacture CX series. it sets some specifications and asks some other company to manufacture the PSU acc. to those specs. then it buys those PSUs, rebrands them to Corsair and sells. the companies which make the PSU are OEMs.

Each compnay does this.

not to worry. Antec is as good as Corsair. Its just not that popular in India.
 

shaiban001

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But what is the process for RMA handling Antec? Will they come at home or we need to send them and where? How is their customer service?
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
For computer components, no company sends service people at customer home. you have t carry it to the SC.
 

ratul

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For computer components, no company sends service people at customer home. you have t carry it to the SC.

:cough: WD supports Pick and Drop from your home for their HDD's. :cough:.. :p
 

shaiban001

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:cough: WD supports Pick and Drop from your home for their HDD's. :cough:.. :p

Correct. And I am really impressed with that kind of service. Thats why I asked for the service of PSU. If they are not coming, that's fine. But is that smooth?

So please let me know in terms of build quality and service, which one will be good.
 
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