V Guard Ups Compatibility with Seasonic

Gigabyte / G31m-es2l
March 5, 2013 at 01:57:10
Specs: Windows 7, 2.4 GHz / 2046 MB
Hi everyone. I have a V guard Royal ups-60, 5 years old which is working very fine( had changed the battery recently ). Now I am planning to buy a good power supply of 600W. I did some research on net and finally want to go with seasonic brand. But I am stuck with a problem. I have heard that seasonic isn't compatible with non-sine wave output ups. I am not sure whether my ups output is a sine wave or not. I couldn't see the specifications of the ups anywhere on the net. It isn't likely that i can get my hands on oscilloscope right now. Is there any other way to find whether my ups output is sine wave or not ?

Seasonic ECO (ss660-bt) 600w
Seasonic s12-II 620w is what I want to go for.. Any suggestions regarding the PSU's are welcomed :)
Seasonic 620w on the site says amd processor support. Does it mean that is doesn't support my intel processor ?
My Computer Specifications-
Intel core 2 duo E4600@2.4Ghz, 2 GB ram, 2 Hard Disks 1 Tb Western Digital and old 160 GB Seagate, 400w Mercury power supply, Nvidia GT 630


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March 6, 2013 at 10:28:44
People, anything to say about this issue?? I put hold onto buying this. I have been waiting for your replies.

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