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Yeah, the SuperNOVA GS is some new SeaSonic platform that we on OCN don't know anything about yet. lol


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It has decent reviews from what I just saw

But it is seasonic that is to be expected. I look forward to their next big drop, however I hope they start focusing on blind ( a bit )

They did great on their new white lineup. Now if they could tastefully do some leds

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if you are looking at a 1151 socket and SLI 2 mid range gpus then a 750 is fine. but if you are looking at a socket 2011 w/2 flagship gpus; you'd be better served w/1K psu.

Sounds like a plan. Is a P2/G2 1000W for X99/2011-3 a decent PSU? Or do I have to start all over again? wink.gif
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Most likely, if affordable, 2x 980 TI SuperClocked+'s from EVGA. Currently got the one.

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ty. I thought next was eol. But interesting about the gs

Nah they are still selling the NEX series, although it's a bit confusing because they are selling a second generation where they've updated it (no longer has useless handle on it for example).
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Sounds like a plan. Is a P2/G2 1000W for X99/2011-3 a decent PSU? Or do I have to start all over again? wink.gif
Most likely, if affordable, 2x 980 TI SuperClocked+'s from EVGA. Currently got the one.

I'm running X99 and I've had no issues with my G2.
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Sounds like a plan. Is a P2/G2 1000W for X99/2011-3 a decent PSU? Or do I have to start all over again? wink.gif

 

It depends on more than just the chipset and CPU. In fact, I'd say that the chipset doesn't even matter. What matters more is the CPU, so which CPU do you want? Will you be overclocking it? If you will be overclocking it, then how high will you try to overclock it? A more important thing to consider is what you will have for a video card, or what you'll have for video cards (and how many). Even more important than that is whether you will be overclocking it/them. If so, then how high?

 

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Most likely, if affordable, 2x 980 TI SuperClocked+'s from EVGA. Currently got the one.

 

So, having said what I said above, do you have any plans to overclock anything at all? Your CPU? If so, then how high? Your 980 Ti's (when you get the 2nd one)? If so, then how will you be overclocking them? Will you try to go as high as possible with big voltage increases that are higher than programs like MSI Afterburner allows for? Or, will you overclock just high enough that requires maybe a small voltage increase in programs like MSI Afterburner?

 

(I'm talking about overclocking above and beyond the factory overclock - I realize that they are factory overclocked, but their overclock isn't high enough to worry about in terms of power consumption)

 

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I'm running X99 and I've had no issues with my G2.

 

Of course not because you only have one R9 290.


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It depends on more than just the chipset and CPU. In fact, I'd say that the chipset doesn't even matter. What matters more is the CPU, so which CPU do you want? Will you be overclocking it? If you will be overclocking it, then how high will you try to overclock it? A more important thing to consider is what you will have for a video card, or what you'll have for video cards (and how many). Even more important than that is whether you will be overclocking it/them. If so, then how high?


So, having said what I said above, do you have any plans to overclock anything at all? Your CPU? If so, then how high? Your 980 Ti's (when you get the 2nd one)? If so, then how will you be overclocking them? Will you try to go as high as possible with big voltage increases that are higher than programs like MSI Afterburner allows for? Or, will you overclock just high enough that requires maybe a small voltage increase in programs like MSI Afterburner?

(I'm talking about overclocking above and beyond the factory overclock - I realize that they are factory overclocked, but their overclock isn't high enough to worry about in terms of power consumption)


Of course not because you only have one R9 290.

I know, just saying. tongue.gif I've still got pretty high overclocks regardless (4.5GHz 5820k and 1150MHz 290).
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I know, just saying. tongue.gif I've still got pretty high overclocks regardless (4.5GHz 5820k and 1150MHz 290).

 

Yeah, but still. lol :) Your PSU is like, "Really? Is that the best you can do? Sigh."


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Yeah, but still. lol smile.gif Your PSU is like, "Really? Is that the best you can do? Sigh."

Better for it to be telling me that than the converse. redface.gif
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Better for it to be telling me that than the converse. redface.gif

 

Yeah, but my point is that it's a little bit silly to tell someone that you're not having any problems when that person is looking at having a much higher power consumption than you.


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Yeah, but my point is that it's a little bit silly to tell someone that you're not having any problems when that person is looking at having a much higher power consumption than you.

With a bigger PSU than mine though. tongue.gif
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