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Great deal, best I've seen on it. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438011&utm_medium=Email&utm_source=IGNEFL112814&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL112814&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL112814-_-EMC-112814-Latest-_-PowerSupplies-_-17438011-S2A0C
You can edit the title, select "edit thread" not "edit post" It happened to me once too, that's how I know.
We all have different opinions apparently. I can only comment on what I've experienced and what I've read from other experiences. DrNilly you were on the Titan thread so I think you know what I am talking about. I ran SLi Titan on an X750 and an SS660XP2 and got crashes due to pulling too many amps. I could run single card all day long with either GPU. Upgrading to a 1000w PSU fixed the problem. This problem was not isolated to me. If you read the Titan thread,...
It depends on the GPU but AK-47 is correct. With regard to SLi 780s, 780Ti, & Titans, 850w will NOT cut it, even at stock clock speeds. Yes the cards are rated below that and it should work on paper, but for me it didn't and I had a top shelf PSU. This experience has been documented by others many times.For SLi 250w cards, the recommended minimum on this forum seems to be 1000w with most recommending more, so this 1250w would be ideal. I was successful with a 1000w EVGA...
Amazing deal. Great if you need to power SLi 780Ti, Titans, 290x etc.
Already posted my bad. One of the more shocking shell shockers I've ever seen. Great deal for a lot of watts. Slightly older model but an excellent deal non-the less on a great psu. ´┐╝http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=17-151-109
You must be trolling, and if so I've fallen for it. You are making huge statements and offering no facts to back it up. The 780Ti is a fine GPU, especially for this price. It outperforms the 970, which is slightly cheaper, and it nearly equals the 980 which is $200 more. As for game settings, I run a single 780Ti SC, which is slightly slower than this model. It runs most games at 2560x1440 Ultra settings at 60+ FPS. Not every game ofcourse, but most games, BF4, Skyrim...
2gb vs 4gb also. All those people who said 2gb is enough were wrong. I reguarly max out my 3GB GTX780Ti, but it can at last handle my modded Skyrim game, Skyrim crushed my SLi 760s. The 4gb on the 970/980 is well worth the price premium. Still a single 760 is fine for a budget build or to SLi if you already have a 760.
My experience has been that "too good to be true" is usually just that. I am not sure I would trust this place personnally. Still Trulsrohk's recommendation carries weight given his rep and trader rating. Their website looks legit, and I found a review on engadget showing one of their products. It is worth investigating. http://www.engadget.com/2010/10/15/ctl-2gopad-sl10-review/
I would expect another price drop when the high watt 900 series comes out. The 980 is only 160 watts. That gives them 90 watts to make a faster card (ie GTX Titan #2 or 980Ti). When those come out the price of the 980 May drop some. Hence trying clear out the 780Tis now.Still this gpu is a great deal.
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