View Full Version : Using Rugged Highend PS's

The Bigman
03-14-06, 09:06 PM
I was browsing the web and seen that the PC Power And Cooling PS units are really expensive. I use an ANtec and had a post about SLI and 4 sata drivers, now the thing is these units run for like over 400 bucks for a good one. Wow thats a little high for a PS.

Does that brand really stand out over the rest or just a highend name u pay for like Denon vs Pioneer or Sony? But it is a 850 and 1K watt PS. most antec PS are 100 Bucks for good ones but wow.

03-14-06, 09:20 PM
Basically they are the best PSU's on the market. The tightest rails, the best efficiency. If you want the best, thats what you get :)

03-14-06, 09:27 PM
i recommend OCZ Powerstreams. :D

The Bigman
03-14-06, 09:28 PM
does these PS's effect performance even if you meet the cryteria with Watts saying your rig needs 620W for clean performance but u have an 850 or 1K.

03-14-06, 10:16 PM
850 will do fine

03-14-06, 10:33 PM
The PSU in my sig cost me 450. They are expensive but I have to admit, this PSU is rock solid. If you have the money and want a nice solid PSU, the one in my sig is a must.

I give it two :thumbsup:

03-15-06, 10:38 AM
I am with Jak on this one. PC P&C are the cadillac of the industry. Expensive but worth the money if you can afford.