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A similar Psu to Kolink Enclave 600W Gold

Discussion in 'Power Supplies' started by Tr4ck3r, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. Tr4ck3r

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    Hello!
    I am from Algeria and I wanted to adress this product that I found when I was trying to buy a power supply for my system because it has a garbage psu that is not even rated.
    The attached image shows the package, and weirdly enough all the stats here are the same ones written in the Kolink Enclave one. Is Goldenfield an OEM for Kolink? And is it the same product under a different name? Because I want a Kolink Psu but cannot find any in my country. Please reply as soon as possible. Thank you!
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  2. Tr4ck3r

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    Anyone?
     
  3. mickyflinn

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    Can't find any reviews of goldenfield psu info on the web. Kolink is known as a cheap psu wouldn't put one I'm my system , there warranty is only 3 years .

    Put a quality psu in your pc if you have decent components.

    Is there any alternatives you could buy ?
     
  4. Tr4ck3r

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    Hello Sir!
    My options are the following:
    1. Cooler Master MWE 650 Watt Bronze = 115$
    2. Cooler Master MWE 650 Watt Gold Modular = 150$
    3. XFX 500 W Bronze = 80$
    4. Thermaltake Litepower and Smart Rgb ( I think I should avoid these)
    5. Golden Field ATX-600W Gold = 95$
    6. RAIDMAX VORTEX 800W +80 GOLD = 132$
    7. Cooler Master Mwe white 650W= 106$
    8. Gigabyte B700H : Psu 700W 80+ Bronze = 115$
    9. Thermaltake Smart BX1 RGB 550W = 115$
    10. Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 700 = 118$
    11. RAIDMAX 535W BRONZE SEMI MODULAR = 83$
    12. CORSAIR CV550 80PLUS BRONZE = 110$
    13. FSP HYDRO PRO 600W - BRONZE = 110$
    14. RAIDMAX 735W BRONZE THUNDER RGB = 118$
    15. FSP RAIDER S550 550W 80PLUS SILVER = 120$
    My system has:
    Ryzen 3 3300X
    Msi b450M A Pro Max
    Gigabyte gtx 1660 super 6gb oc dual fans
    8gb of ddr4 adata xpg d41 3000mhz
    And a cheap psu 500w (i want to upgrade it)

    Help me choose one pls! Thank you..
     
  5. mickyflinn

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    The Thermaltake Smart BX1 RGB 550W has some good reviews.

    The Cooler MasterMWE 650 Watt GoldModular is good psu and is modular cables that's why it top budget.
     
  6. Tr4ck3r

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    Is cooler master mwe 650w bronze not good?
    Otherwise i will just save more and go for CM gold one because i don t want any problems with psu in the future.
    Thermaltake scares me i dunno why
     
  7. mickyflinn

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  8. Tr4ck3r

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    Thank you for your reply!
    Am just concerned about the quality that s all, and since am no expert in psus, i saw various reviews on amazon that say Cooler Master mwe 650w gold v2 fails after a short amount of time. For the thermaltake the one you sent is the only very positive and it seems sponsopred. What do you think?
     
  9. mickyflinn

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    It's up yo you really , save a little more and get a quality psu.

    Why don't you post a link to the web page you use for your country and max budget.

    Psu from your list
    Raidalmax don't buy , fsp and goldenfield never heard of, xfx probably cheap version though the do some quality units.

    Cooler master and thermaltake we discussed.

    Google the others and check reviews.
     
  10. Tr4ck3r

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    The lack of reviews is what made me post this in the first place.
    As I said I just don't want a Psu that can damage my components but still budget friendly. After CM MWE GOLD, all psus are expensive! which is a down for me.
    I hope that Gold one from cooler master won't let me down. Fingers crossed!
     
  11. james.miller

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    I can tell you one thing, Golden field doesnt exist according to the 80Plus website. If that PSU had a legit certification, it would be on the website. Avoid.
     
  12. Tr4ck3r

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    Thank god I did not go for it. What do you recommend between Cm mwe 650w bronze v2 vs thermaltake bx1 550w? because they have the same price in my country.
     
  13. mickyflinn

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    If there the same price I would slightly lean to the cooler master.

    I do like the fact that thermaltake has some Japanese capacitors.
     
  14. Gray2233

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    The CM MWE 650w Bronze v2 is actually a very decent budget unit and as a bonus it has a 5 year warranty.

    Out of those you listed that's the one I'd probably go for.
     
  15. Tr4ck3r

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    There s only 1 year warranty in my country because we buy from local buyers. Which is sad, some high quality psus have only a year or sometimes 3 months warranty! :(
     
  16. Tr4ck3r

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    Yes, they have the exact same price.
     
  17. mickyflinn

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    Don't you not have Amazon ?

    Make your decision and order it otherwise you will over think it.
     
  18. Tr4ck3r

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    No amazon sadly. I ll order the bronze CM tomorrow. As you said am already overthinking xd. I Just don't want a psu that may hurt my components.
     
  19. EsaT

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    FSP is one of the big OEMs in power supplies.
    And also propably only actual manufacturer in that list.


    Primary is really wrong place for that quality capacitor. (as in single)
    That bulk capacitor doesn't get stressed much and failures are rare.
    And even if it decides to go kaboom, that only shuts down secondary and outputs.
    It's filtering capacitors in secondary which are more important, because failure of those makes ripple go up and output turn to AC with DC offset.
    And those looked lot like standard second tier Teapos.

    Also that PSU was old low end already decade ago.
    In fact that group regulation was low end already 15 years ago.
     
  20. Tr4ck3r

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    So it is better to take the shot for cooler master one?