Question Upgrading my psu

M.AGamer

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I have Cooler Master MWE 500W 80 Plus i want to upgrade to a better quality psu i have 5 psu to choose from
EVGA 650 BQ, SEMI MODULAR (110$)
CORSAIR CX SERIES 650 WATT 80 PLUS BRONZE CERTIFIED MODULAR POWER SUPPLY (110$)
GIGABYTE GP-G750H 750W CERTIFIED 80 PLUS GOLD CERTIFIED MODULAR (114$)
COUGAR CMX700V3 700W 80 PLUS BRONZE CERTIFIED MODULAR (105$)
GIGABYTE GP-B700H 700W ATX12V CERTIFIED 80 PLUS BRONZE CERTIFIED MODULAR (93$)
My specs
Gtx 1660 Ti Gaming X
Ryzen 2400G (getting ryzen 3600 soon)
G.skill Trident Z 16GB 2400Mhz Cl 15
Msi B350 Gaming Plus
WD Blue 1TB 7200 RPM
 
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What region are you based in? They're decent enough, but not top quality for the price.
If you're going to invest in better quality, you may as well aim higher IMO as you can probably get better for a similar price.

Also why 750W - your rig could easily run on a 550W?
 

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What region are you based in? They're decent enough, but not top quality for the price.
If you're going to invest in better quality, you may as well aim higher IMO as you can probably get better for a similar price.

Also why 750W - your rig could easily run on a 550W?
I live in Egypt and that’s what available there
 

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RMX 650 is out of stock only 750w avaliable can you choose one psu from here
https://elbadrgroupeg.store/index.php?route=product/category&path=57&page=2
Obviously I do not know what the prices translate to in real terms - however I can deduce what is a higher number! Based on what I can see:
The G2 equates to about 120 GBP which is pricey for me, but compared to a BQ at nealy £100, I'd opt for the SuperNOVA IMO.

So basically, if you opt for the Seasonic FOCUS, Corsair RMi, or EVGA SuperNOVA G2 (or G1) you're in excellent hands.
The CX and BQ are also very good, just not as good as the above, but still decent enough to be recommended if you want to stick to a budget :) They're all substantially better than the really cheap EVGA units.
 

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