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post #1 of 4 Old 10-24-2013, 12:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey,

I was wondering if the HX650 Bronze Certified model (bought in 2011) is fully compatible for Haswell? It is not been confirmed on this list yet:

http://www.corsair.com/us/blog/haswell-compatibility-with-corsair-power-supplies/

EDIT: And what about a R9 280X, I've just read that the Sapphire Toxic edition recommends 750 watts? How is this ever possible?
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Yoy dont need to worry about it being compatible with anything its hype for the most part

its only if you use C6 and C7 sleep states with a Haswell CPU that a very few PSU´s has problems

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And what about the R9 280X, the Toxic version wich recommends more wattage than another version? Or will a HX650 be plenty for this card?
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And what about the R9 280X, the Toxic version wich recommends more wattage than another version? Or will a HX650 be plenty for this card?

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