[SOLVED] What's the difference between the SSR-1000TR and the SSR-1000TD?

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Recently I've been interested in the Seasonic PRIME TITANIUM SSR-1000TR; however, I've noticed that there is a Seasonic Flagship PRIME TITANIUM SSR-1000TD. The TD is only available within my country (unless I'm willing to pay 1000USD to transport the TR which I think is simply outrageous)

No matter how many searches, I can't seem to find the difference between said products. Can someone help alleviate my pain and tell me the major differences?

Here's links for both products.

TR https://pcpartpicker.com/product/NxWfrH/seasonic-prime-ultra-titanium-1000w-80-titanium-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ssr-1000tr
TD https://pcpartpicker.com/product/PxBrxr/seasonic-prime-titanium-1000w-80-titanium-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ssr-1000td
 

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Well EVGA PS weren't reviewed by Aris so it's hard to say how it compares to other.
EVGA P2 and TT PF1 ARGB have weird fan controller configuration so they are louder than other.
And TT iRGB Plus Plat while being just a little bit worse performance wise than EVGA T2 and Seasonic Prime Titanium, if it's also considerably cheaper i'd say it's completely viable option. Otherwise if you really want smth top notch get either of those other two.
What about Corsair, be quiet!, Bitfenix ? Smth like Corsair RMx, RMi, HX, HXi, AX, AXi, all these are good. be quiet! Straight Power 11 Gold would be good option if it's cheaper too. Bitfenix Whisper PSUs are solid too.
 

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They're nearly identical with TD being older SKU and TR being a bit newer, renewed, 'Ultra' SKU, there are not much changes, mainly, they got rid of in-cable capacitors on the latter, that's all. So buy cheaper of them. Although i highly doubt that you need 1kW PSU in the first place, what are your PC specs and what it will be used for ?
 
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They're nearly identical with TD being older SKU and TR being a bit newer, renewed, 'Ultra' SKU, there are not much changes, mainly, they got rid of in-cable capacitors on the latter, that's all. So buy cheaper of them. Although i highly doubt that you need 1kW PSU in the first place, what are your PC specs and what it will be used for ?
Thanks for the breakdown! Forgive me for what I'm about to ask (PSU anatomy isn't in my ball park) but when you say they got rid of the in-cable capacitors, is that just with the cables they provided? Like the 24 pin motherboard cable for example?

I know 1000w might be a bit overkill, seeing how it's realistically closer to 850w than 1000w but I left some extra headroom because I suppose other things like VR, or a third ultrawide monitor might come into the future. Once again, thanks for the response!
 

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when you say they got rid of the in-cable capacitors, is that just with the cables they provided? Like the 24 pin motherboard cable for example?
Yup.
I know 1000w might be a bit overkill, seeing how it's realistically closer to 850w than 1000w but I left some extra headroom because I suppose other things like VR, or a third ultrawide monitor might come into the future.
Displays don't draw power from the PSU. And if this is strictly gaming build (like not some workstation stuff with simultaneous high load on CPU and GPU) then even 650W PSU would be enough for any build.
 
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then even 650W PSU would be enough for any build.
If that's the case; here's a look at my specs and tell me what you think.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JdkmMc

It's a rough list but it's the basics. Got really lucky on one of the GPU but that's a story for another day.

I'm going to water-cooling the CPU immediately. As for both GPU's, I'm going to hold off on them for water-cooling as I want finish some other things first. The plan is to definitely OC and I will definitely use editing software and other software as well. In a way, it'll be both a workstation and a gaming PC until I finish the second build.

I'd love to hear some recommendations for which PSU to get. The length limitation of the PSU support is 220mm so there shouldn't be any holdback. Thanks again for the response.
 

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Two of them ?! Holy cow, that is the work for 1kW PSU indeed lol. As of other PSU recomendations it's really hard to say without knowing what's available to you, you can check the tier list pinned at the top of this forum section as a guide and look for yourself (look no lower than tier A for this build). Feel free to ask what would be better of options you'll narrow your choice to. Or just say where you are from or give some links to local online stores and i'll look myself.
 
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Two of them ?! Holy cow, that is the work for 1kW PSU indeed lol
Yup! Even having both of them beside me, completely boxed and safe, is making me anxious lol.

you can check the tier list pinned at the top of this forum section as a guide and look for yourself (look no lower than tier A for this build). Feel free to ask what would be better of options you'll narrow your choice to.
I've been looking at the list for a little while now (before I continue, I gotta say the list is really good, thanks for that) and I've got to a couple of products that caught my eye. I'll list them in order; you can tell me which ones you would prefer.

EVGA:

P2 (the backport on this looks so good, not going to lie.)
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/dJ6BD3/evga-power-supply-220p21000xr
PS
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/KcCrxr/evga-power-supply-220ps1000v1
T2
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Bv38TW/evga-power-supply-220t21000x1

(Out of all three, the T2 has my strong consideration overall.)

Thermaltake:
(I've been considering using Thermaltake's PSU because I've also been interested in their fans as well. So having both the PSU and Fans under the same RING software would be convenient, if it's possible.)

iRGB Plus
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/rVWfrH/thermaltake-toughpower-irgb-plus-platinum-1000w-80-platinum-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ps-tpi-1050f2fdpu-1
PF1 ARGB
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/hw6qqs/thermaltake-toughpower-pf1-argb-1050-w-80-platinum-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ps-tpd-1050f3fapu-1

Finally, Seasonic:

PRIME TX
(This one has a 12 year warranty, definitely has my strong consideration as well.)
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/fKhmP6/seasonic-prime-tx-1000-w-80-titanium-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-prime-tx-1000
TD
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/PxBrxr/seasonic-prime-titanium-1000w-80-titanium-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-ssr-1000td

It's a big list, sorry about that. I'm willing to bet that there isn't a big difference between these PSU's besides the price. Tell me what you think so far?
 

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Well EVGA PS weren't reviewed by Aris so it's hard to say how it compares to other.
EVGA P2 and TT PF1 ARGB have weird fan controller configuration so they are louder than other.
And TT iRGB Plus Plat while being just a little bit worse performance wise than EVGA T2 and Seasonic Prime Titanium, if it's also considerably cheaper i'd say it's completely viable option. Otherwise if you really want smth top notch get either of those other two.
What about Corsair, be quiet!, Bitfenix ? Smth like Corsair RMx, RMi, HX, HXi, AX, AXi, all these are good. be quiet! Straight Power 11 Gold would be good option if it's cheaper too. Bitfenix Whisper PSUs are solid too.
 
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Smth like Corsair RMx, RMi, HX, HXi, AX, AXi, all these are good. be quiet! Straight Power 11 Gold would be good option if it's cheaper too. Bitfenix Whisper PSUs are solid too.
Unfortunately Bitfenix and bequiet! isn't available near me; however, there's some good news, Corsair AX is available near me and happens to be the cheapest option of all PSU's. There's also a 10 year warranty with it. What do you think about the Corsair AX? What can you tell me about it?

Seeing how Corsair might be a legitimate option, I'm thinking of purchasing their fans as well. What do you think about this idea?
 

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What do you think about the Corsair AX? What can you tell me about it?
AX Titanium ? It's literally Seasonic Prime Titanium with a better fan.
Seeing how Corsair might be a legitimate option, I'm thinking of purchasing their fans as well. What do you think about this idea?
I had ML140 that came stock with Corsair H115i Pro AIO, they're meh. But others may be better, i just didn't have any experience with them.
 

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