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post #11 of 18
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Bulldozer won't cost much more then a Thuban (x6) so just wait for it. It will perform, much better.
im not so sure about that.....prices here arent so good...




the psu is 400W
Edited by UltimateGamerXFX - 5/11/11 at 2:18pm
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im not so sure about that.....prices here arent so good...




the psu is 400W
Tight fit on that PSU. Youd want, for comfertable headroom a 500 or so. My Sig rig pulls over 400W underload. Youd be looking about the same, and Disabling cores doesnt lower the TPU. They really did a good job in that the best power saving you can do, is to have all cores enabled (preformance per watt wise, ill look for the article and paste it here on testing people have done power wise disabling cores).
Edited by Blueduck3285 - 5/11/11 at 2:57pm
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Definitely wait for Bulldozer. Even if prices end up higher than you can afford, Thuban prices will likely drop a good amount.
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Bulldozer won't cost much more then a Thuban (x6) so just wait for it. It will perform, much better.
The Thuban X6 was nearly $300 when released.
Edited by Heavy MG - 5/11/11 at 4:57pm
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one more thing, we plan to game, a LOT. ^^
What kind of games?
seriously, 5670 and 4770 are pretty terrible :/


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Tight fit on that PSU. Youd want, for comfertable headroom a 500 or so. My Sig rig pulls over 400W underload. Youd be looking about the same, and Disabling cores doesnt lower the TPU. They really did a good job in that the best power saving you can do, is to have all cores enabled (preformance per watt wise, ill look for the article and paste it here on testing people have done power wise disabling cores).
stop joking, be realistic.
In games a 1090T / 1055T with a 4770/5670 wouldnt pull more than 250 Watts if not less; in rendering full CPU load without GPU would be around 200 Watts for whole system.

Your system only draws as much power because your cpu is overclocked.
Thubans tend to bump power consumption extremely when upping the voltage.

See here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...lack-edition/7

1090T @ 3,2 with stock voltages: 195 Watts under load
1090T @ 3,87 with 1,5V: 338 Watts under load (I realize 1,5V is a bit high for this clock)

Thats an increase of 73%; thubans are extremely inefficient when OC'd.
Another review that I've seen in the past stated 390Watts @ 4,0 GHz with similar voltages; a 100% increase.

Anyway @OP, PSU is more than enough if you guys are not planning any GPU upgrade. With 1055T @ stock and GTX 460 SLI I was hardly pulling more than 400 in games.
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What kind of games?
seriously, 5670 and 4770 are pretty terrible :/



stop joking, be realistic.
In games a 1090T / 1055T with a 4770/5670 wouldnt pull more than 250 Watts if not less; in rendering full CPU load without GPU would be around 200 Watts for whole system.

Your system only draws as much power because your cpu is overclocked.
Thubans tend to bump power consumption extremely when upping the voltage.

See here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...lack-edition/7

1090T @ 3,2 with stock voltages: 195 Watts under load
1090T @ 3,87 with 1,5V: 338 Watts under load (I realize 1,5V is a bit high for this clock)

Thats an increase of 73%; thubans are extremely inefficient when OC'd.
Another review that I've seen in the past stated 390Watts @ 4,0 GHz with similar voltages; a 100% increase.

Anyway @OP, PSU is more than enough if you guys are not planning any GPU upgrade. With 1055T @ stock and GTX 460 SLI I was hardly pulling more than 400 in games.

games like starcraft 2, l4d, maybe cod, RTS's, and such and minecraft!

i like my 4770, its pretty good on 1280x1024...^^ its enough for me.
and afaik the 5670 is pretty close to a 4770

hmmmm so PSU wouldnt be an issue.... awesome, thanks!

oh well, ill guess ill just wait that one month.... maybe even get a bulldozer if the prices are good thanks for all the help guys!
Edited by UltimateGamerXFX - 5/12/11 at 4:10am
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Originally Posted by toX0rz View Post
What kind of games?
seriously, 5670 and 4770 are pretty terrible :/



stop joking, be realistic.
In games a 1090T / 1055T with a 4770/5670 wouldnt pull more than 250 Watts if not less; in rendering full CPU load without GPU would be around 200 Watts for whole system.

Your system only draws as much power because your cpu is overclocked.
Thubans tend to bump power consumption extremely when upping the voltage.

See here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...lack-edition/7

1090T @ 3,2 with stock voltages: 195 Watts under load
1090T @ 3,87 with 1,5V: 338 Watts under load (I realize 1,5V is a bit high for this clock)

Thats an increase of 73%; thubans are extremely inefficient when OC'd.
Another review that I've seen in the past stated 390Watts @ 4,0 GHz with similar voltages; a 100% increase.

Anyway @OP, PSU is more than enough if you guys are not planning any GPU upgrade. With 1055T @ stock and GTX 460 SLI I was hardly pulling more than 400 in games.
Also take into consideration that cheap PSU's will most likely go pop at nearly anything over 50% of wattage delivery recommendations. Another point is that PSU's are at their optimum efficiency at 50% load.

Also OP if you look into the the graphics cards they most likely say a 400w PSU is recommended.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 5/12/11 at 5:32am
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Originally Posted by toX0rz View Post
What kind of games?
seriously, 5670 and 4770 are pretty terrible :/



stop joking, be realistic.
In games a 1090T / 1055T with a 4770/5670 wouldnt pull more than 250 Watts if not less; in rendering full CPU load without GPU would be around 200 Watts for whole system.

Your system only draws as much power because your cpu is overclocked.
Thubans tend to bump power consumption extremely when upping the voltage.

See here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...lack-edition/7

1090T @ 3,2 with stock voltages: 195 Watts under load
1090T @ 3,87 with 1,5V: 338 Watts under load (I realize 1,5V is a bit high for this clock)

Thats an increase of 73%; thubans are extremely inefficient when OC'd.
Another review that I've seen in the past stated 390Watts @ 4,0 GHz with similar voltages; a 100% increase.

Anyway @OP, PSU is more than enough if you guys are not planning any GPU upgrade. With 1055T @ stock and GTX 460 SLI I was hardly pulling more than 400 in games.
If he is wanting to do any OCing at all, what --

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Also take into consideration that cheap PSU's will most likely go pop at nearly anything over 50% of wattage delivery recommendations. Another point is that PSU's are at their optimum efficiency at 50% load.

Also OP if you look into the the graphics cards they most likely say a 400w PSU is recommended.
he said is what I was getting at without going too far in depth.
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