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Dogie's Miner Setup Guides:
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Introduction
I'm getting questions around what PSUs are best and company offerings are often overwhelming. Corsair for example sells TEN different models. This guide breaks down each PSU by their important specifications, and then uses a propriety algorithm to determine the best.

Dogie's Rating
   90+ = Excellent PSU or opportunistic price
   80+ = Very good, second tier PSUs
   70+ = Mid tier PSU, not as good buys
   60+ = Very price inefficient or horrific specification PSUs
   59- = Avoid, there will be better options.
   
Ratings
Brand          Series               Capacity
(Manual)
   
Peak
(W)
       
12V
Rail (A)
No.
Rails
PCI-E
Plugs
   
Modular
Cables?
 
Noise @
100% (dbA)
Eff. @ 100%
230V (%)
Warranty
(years)
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CorsairCX430W473W32A11No30.585.3379.3$39.99
500W550W38A12No3484.9378.4$49.99
600W660W46A12No3484.9375$59.99
750W825W62A12No39.987378.2$69.99
   
CorsairCXM430W473W32A11Semi3185.3370.1$49.99
500W550W38A12Semi32.485372.2$59.99
600W660W46A12Semi32.284.9376.6$64.99
CorsairCX430W473W32A11No30.585.3379.3$39.99
   
CorsairCSM450W495W35A11Semi3892364.2$59.99
550W605W43A14Semi3892386.1$69.99
650W715W51A14Semi3892372.7$93.95
750W825W62A14Semi3892367.7$119.99
850W935W71A14Semi3892363.2$139.99
   
CorsairAX750W825W62A14Yes37.490.3761.5$159.99
760W836W63A14Yes2491.8778.8$149.99
850W936W70A16Yes33.989.6762.9$189.99
860W946W71A16Yes2989.4774.7$169.99
1200W1320W100A16Yes31.690.3777.3$219.99
   
CorsairAXi760W836W63AToggle8Yes23.592.4776.6$184.99
860W946W72AToggle8Yes28.892767.1$219.99
1200W1320W100AToggle8Yes22.992.4771.3$301.99
   
CorsairHX650W715W54A12Semi46.989.7756.9$109.99
750W825W62A14Semi30.889.1767.6$139.99
850W935W70A16Semi3289.6765.8$169.99
1050W1155W87A16Semi40.189.6753.1$219.99
   
CorsairRM450W495W37A12Yes21.189.7559.4$104.99
550W605W46A12Yes21.189.5577.2$94.99
650W715W54A14Yes24.889.3583.3$108.99
750W825W63A14Yes2390.45100$109.99
850W935W71A16Yes2389.9590.3$137.99
1000W1100W83A18Yes26.789.4591.3$159.99
   
CorsairTXM650W715W54A12Semi33.185.4566.3$95.99
750W825W62A14Semi30.487.4594.2$89.99
850W935W70A14Semi39.286.5565.5$129.99
   
Brand          Series               Capacity
(Manual)
   
Peak
(W)
       
12V
Rail (A)
No.
Rails
PCI-E
Plugs
   
Modular
Cables?
 
Noise @
100% (dbA)
Eff. @ 100%
230V (%)
Warranty
(years)
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CorsairTX650W715W54A12No33.184564.8$79.99
750W825W62A14No30.487585.3$89.99
850W935W70A14No39.285569.3$99.99
   
CorsairGS600W660W49A12No42.385.2365.3$69.99
700W770W58A12No45.886346.4$109.99
800W880W66A14No47.485.7356.2$119.99
   
EVGAClassified1200W1200W100A615Semi4085535.6$279.99
1500W1650W124AToggle19Yes4090560.6$349.99
   
EVGASuperNOVA G2750W750W62A14Yes40901082.3$112.99
850W850W71A16Yes40901079.2$139.99
1000W1000W83A18Yes40901078.8$164.95
1300W1300W108A18Yes40901095.1$169.99
1600W1600W133A114Yes40901063.1$329.99
   
EVGABronze500W500W40A12No4085367$50.99
600W600W49A12No4085356.3$70.15
   
EVGA80 PLUS430W430W34A11No4080355.6$39.99
500W500W40A12No4080367.4$44.99
   
SeasonicPlatinum660W693W55A14Yes3890.5755.4$149.99
760W798W63A14Yes3891747.7$199.99
860W903W71A16Yes3891.3742.9$262.55
1000W1050W83A16Yes3891741.2$304.98
   
SeasonicX650W682.5W54A14Yes3889.5752$149.99
750W787.5W62A14Yes3890756$159.99
850W892.5W70A16Yes3890758.9$179.99
1050W1102.5W87A16Yes3890761.6$204.13
1250W1312.5W104A18Yes3890737.5$399.99




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Brand          Series               Capacity
(Manual)
   
Peak
(W)
       
12V
Rail (A)
No.
Rails
PCI-E
Plugs
   
Modular
Cables?
 
Noise @
100% (dbA)
Eff. @ 100%
230V (%)
Warranty
(years)
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SeasonicG360W378W16A11Semi3888540.8$54.99
450W472W37A12Semi3888560.1$74.99
550W577W45A12Semi3888560.9$85.99
650W682W54A14Semi3888565.4$104.99
750W787W62A16Semi3888563.5$129.99
   
SeasonicM12II Bronze520W520W40A22Semi4384540.2$88.14
620W620W48A22Semi4384544.7$89.99
650W650W53A14Semi4386558.3$99.99
750W750W62A14Semi4386561.7$109.99
850W850W70A14Semi4386548.6$150.64
   
SeasonicS12II Bronze380W380W27A21No3886547.3$49.99
430W430W30A22No3886551.5$59.99
520W520W40A22No3886542.7$88.14
620W620W48A22No3886547.5$89.99
   
SeasonicS12G450W472W37A12No3589554.6$80.34
550W577W45A12No3589559.5$85.56
650W682W54A14No3589560.8$109.85
750W787W62A14No3589576.9$99.99



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Very nice Dogie! Your write ups are hands down the best and a staple to the community. Thanks for taking time out of your day to help us all.

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No SeaSonic?  They are the standard.  They actually build their powersupplies unlike every company on the list. Smiley
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No SeaSonic?  They are the standard.  They actually build their powersupplies unlike every company on the list. Smiley
I'll get Seasonic added in the next revision then. I was waiting for suggestions rather than assuming what the US market likes to use, EU and US PSU preferences are very different. For instance over here, we don't get PCP&C at all Sad

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jonnyguru reviews help too.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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Very nice!!

Can you add how many PCIExpress cables also.Been having a helluva time finding 500+ watt PSU's with at least 2 separate PCIE cables (not connectors) for my Ants  Roll Eyes

Decided on the Corsair CX600,I'll verify if it indeed has 2 seperate cables  Wink

I know for sure,cause I have these, Corsair CX750M has 2 cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each.Can power one Ant.

Corsair RM850M has only 3 (not 4) PCIE cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each,so can only power 1 1/2 Ants  Roll Eyes Won't be getting this again  Sad

A PSU I didn't think I'd like,but ended up I do like,is the Ultra X4 850 watt modular (60 amp,single rail too Grin ),it has up to 6 separate PCIE cables with 1-6pin or 1-6+2 on each separate cable  Shocked  
But with only 850 watts it's good for 2 Ants  Grin

It's from WAY back when,but still up to date for specs:
http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/ultra_x4_850_watt_power_supply/

http://www.ultraproducts.com/applications/campaigns/campaigntemplate.asp?CampaignID=1111

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4558892

Thanks Dogie!!!  Wink

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February 25, 2014, 07:39:06 AM
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Very nice!!

Can you add how many PCIExpress cables also.Been having a helluva time finding 500+ watt PSU's with at least 2 separate PCIE cables (not connectors) for my Ants  Roll Eyes

Decided on the Corsair CX600,I'll verify if it indeed has 2 seperate cables  Wink

I know for sure,cause I have these, Corsair CX750M has 2 cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each.Can power one Ant.

Corsair RM850M has only 3 (not 4) PCIE cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each,so can only power 1 1/2 Ants  Roll Eyes Won't be getting this again  Sad

A PSU I didn't think I'd like,but ended up I do like,is the Ultra X4 850 watt modular (60 amp,single rail too Grin ),it has up to 6 separate PCIE cables with 1-6pin or 1-6+2 on each separate cable  Shocked 
But with only 850 watts it's good for 2 Ants  Grin

It's from WAY back when,but still up to date for specs:
http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/ultra_x4_850_watt_power_supply/

http://www.ultraproducts.com/applications/campaigns/campaigntemplate.asp?CampaignID=1111

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4558892

Thanks Dogie!!!  Wink

You can work that out from the fact that no manufacturer will put more than 2 PCI-E express connectors on the same cabling. You'd have to go down to ~AWG14 or less to carry 450W on one cable strand. I'll add it to the list.

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Very nice!!

Can you add how many PCIExpress cables also.Been having a helluva time finding 500+ watt PSU's with at least 2 separate PCIE cables (not connectors) for my Ants  Roll Eyes

Decided on the Corsair CX600,I'll verify if it indeed has 2 seperate cables  Wink

I know for sure,cause I have these, Corsair CX750M has 2 cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each.Can power one Ant.

Corsair RM850M has only 3 (not 4) PCIE cables with 1-6pin & 1-6+2 on each,so can only power 1 1/2 Ants  Roll Eyes Won't be getting this again  Sad

A PSU I didn't think I'd like,but ended up I do like,is the Ultra X4 850 watt modular (60 amp,single rail too Grin ),it has up to 6 separate PCIE cables with 1-6pin or 1-6+2 on each separate cable  Shocked 
But with only 850 watts it's good for 2 Ants  Grin

It's from WAY back when,but still up to date for specs:
http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/ultra_x4_850_watt_power_supply/

http://www.ultraproducts.com/applications/campaigns/campaigntemplate.asp?CampaignID=1111

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4558892

Thanks Dogie!!!  Wink

You can work that out from the fact that no manufacturer will put more than 2 PCI-E express connectors on the same cabling. You'd have to go down to ~AWG14 or less to carry 450W on one cable strand. I'll add it to the list.

True,but its confusing when newegg says "2 6pin" or "2 6+2pin" connectors & the pics don't help cause their blurry or the cables are jumbled up  Roll Eyes

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Caveat Emptor

Regularly Updated Pricing Table:

BrandSeriesCapacity
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Peak
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12V
Rail (A)
No.
Rails
PCI-E
Plugs
Modular
Cables
Noise @
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Eff. @ 100%
230V (%)
Warranty
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MHCPricing: Low/Avg/HighNETDAMFrysOther
CorsairCX430W473W32A11No30.585.33Yes$20AR / $31AR / $452520---
CorsairCX500W550W38A12No3484.93Yes$30AR / $50AR / $65-----
CorsairCX600W660W46A12No3484.93Yes$28AR / $60AR / $7838----
CorsairCXM500W550W38A12Semi32.4853Yes$30AR / $52AR / $74-34---
CorsairCXM600W660W46A12Semi32.284.93Yes$40AR / $60AR / $91-45---
CorsairAX850W935W70A14Yes33.989.67Yes$108(R)---108-
CorsairRM550W605W45.8A12Yes21.189.55Yes$70AR / $102AR / $110--80--
DellZ750PZ750P750W+62A14*Yes*Variable*90.0+N/AYes$53 / $70 / $85----70
SeasonicPlatinum760W800W+63A16Yes-90.0+7NO$100AR / $158AR / $175-----
SeasonicG750W787W62A16Semi~38~885Yes$80AR / $123AR / $16780----
XFXPro550W676W44A12No-825Yes$21AR / $42AR / $60-----
XFXPro750W834W62A14No-825Yes$70AR / $94AR / $105--75--

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Key:
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  • AVG - Average Price
  • H - Highest Price
  • L - Lowest Price
  • MHC - Mining Hardware Compatible and Confirmed
  • (R) - Refurbished/Recertified

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February 25, 2014, 09:51:11 AM
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This is a great thread and quite necessary.  I even thought about doing one up myself but because I'm so new I figured people might think I have some agenda or something.

jonnyguru reviews help too.

This.  Big this.  Especially for people who want to later re-task the power supply for something else.

I'm only in the US market so all my info will be slanted towards that.  Specially slanted towards a ratio of performance and efficiency:value.  Warranty also important factor as well.  I also don't hesitate to buy products on rebate or refurbished hardware from well known suppliers so I'll throw that into the mix as well.  The prices I've listed are the "deal" prices; not necessarily the everyday prices.

Also I think some sort of number-letter coding for which mining hardware each supply is confirmed to work with would be very helpful.  Especially for n00bz.  Grin  Like maybe 3B if it can run 3 Blades or 2C if it can run 2 Cubes for example.

Do you want to list hardware confirmed to have issues of sorts?  For example, I listed the SS-760XP2 but at stock it will not keep Cubes powered on, even just a single.  Likely a no-load/overload shutdown protection of some sort that could be solved with a capacitor but I haven't that yet tested.

Below are a few of the power supplies I've personally tested with mining hardware that aren't currently on your list.  I've already tested a bunch that already were on the list so no need to replicate those here.

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Quoted. Can you delete the table out of yours, otherwise it won't 'update' as the rest of the OP is changed. I'll delete it out of mine once it stops being useful.

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Corsair HX 1050W $231.98

Just got the Newegg e-mail.  The HX 1050W is currently on sale for $179.99 AR/AC using EMCPHHE25.

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This is a great thread and quite necessary.  I even thought about doing one up myself but because I'm so new I figured people might think I have some agenda or something.

jonnyguru reviews help too.

This.  Big this.  Especially for people who want to later re-task the power supply for something else.

I'm only in the US market so all my info will be slanted towards that.  Specially slanted towards a ratio of performance and efficiency:value.  Warranty also important factor as well.  I also don't hesitate to buy products on rebate or refurbished hardware from well known suppliers so I'll throw that into the mix as well.  The prices I've listed are the "deal" prices; not necessarily the everyday prices.

Also I think some sort of number-letter coding for which mining hardware each supply is confirmed to work with would be very helpful.  Especially for n00bz.  Grin  Like maybe 3B if it can run 3 Blades or 2C if it can run 2 Cubes for example.

Do you want to list hardware confirmed to have issues of sorts?  For example, I listed the SS-760XP2 but at stock it will not keep Cubes powered on, even just a single.  Likely a no-load/overload shutdown protection of some sort that could be solved with a capacitor but I haven't that yet tested.

Quoted. Can you delete the table out of yours, otherwise it won't 'update' as the rest of the OP is changed. I'll delete it out of mine once it stops being useful.

The table has been re-added. 

The information I had added was removed from dogie's "quote" less 24 hours after I originally posted it, which is apparently when it stopped "being useful".

I have since and will continue to update the pricing post above on a regular basis.  Much more regularly the OP has been updated since the inception on this thread.

If/when that changes, I may stop adding this data to this reference thread.  I've offered to collaborate to help dogie's OP contain more data in his format, but he seems disinterested in that possibility (read the thread for more info), so I've moved on and started to maintain and update this data myself for the reader's benefit.

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February 25, 2014, 09:58:55 AM
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Quoted. Can you delete the table out of yours, otherwise it won't 'update' as the rest of the OP is changed. I'll delete it out of mine once it stops being useful.

Done!  Smiley
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And your second one Tongue

Not understanding the issue.  But okay, also done!

Is there some sort of SMF glitch with multiple tables?  

I figured I'd do it that way to make it easy for you to copy/paste the code straight into your table should you want to.

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February 25, 2014, 10:32:49 AM
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And your second one Tongue

Not understanding the issue.  But okay, also done!

Is there some sort of SMF glitch with multiple tables? 

I figured I'd do it that way to make it easy for you to copy/paste the code straight into your table should you want to.
Its because when this thread is 9 months old, and the OP has been updated again and again, our random posts in the thread [especially 1st page] will remain old and out of date. I have the code recorded, thanks.

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