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Difference ng branded 500w psu sa generic 700w psu?

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Offline babbleduff

Pag generic raw na psu mas mataas kailangan ang wattage? Totoo ba to?
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Offline troopsv3

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Yes. Minsan kasi ang generic 700w PSU ang capacity nya lang talaga 500w. Basta mas mababa talaga. Saka iwasan ang generic lalo na pag medyo maganda ang parts mo. Ang rated naman sa efficiency sya pero kalimitan na rated ay talagang tested ang load
 


Offline rorotoko

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Iwasan niyo generic sir, mas okay parin ang branded especially dun sa mga reputable brand :)
 


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I can speak as an owner of branded ASUS PSU of 500W for like 11 years straight and I really never had any problems with it whatsoever anyway. But all my hardware are like that and yes I do had problems with generic or unbranded parts sometimes.
 


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Branded PSUs has more stable output than generic. Graphically, kapag ni-plot sa voltage vs. time, mas straight na line compare sa generic na sawtooth.
 


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In your case I would go for .... let me think for few seconds.... something like 700W branded, LOL just to be sure anyway. I do hope it will get better over time anyway. See my point ? I do not clearly see from where it takes there ? Maybe you'll want to upgrade your PC.