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post #21 of 40
Any of the ones listed here are good buys, so pick the one you like the most

http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...-supplies.html
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post #22 of 40
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what is the ripple effect and how bad is it compared to ax?
post #23 of 40
It's a very minor difference, like I said nothing you would notice. 24mV for the HX850, and <20mV for the AX850. Those values are extremely low either way.
Read http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...rclocking.html to understand what ripple is.
post #24 of 40
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+1 for you my friend for all your help
post #25 of 40
Thanks and no problem.
post #26 of 40
A lot of people around here go overkill on PSUs, but the truth is a quality 750w would be just fine for GTX 570 SLI.

Corsair HX750 (Four 6+2pin PCI-E connectors)
$140 Free Shipping, Rebate available.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139010


EDIT:
This one would give you a little more headroom:

Rosewill LIGHTNING Series 800W (Six 6+2pin PCI-E Connectors)
10% off w/ promo code RWPSU10531, ends 5/31
$130.49 After Promo, Free Shipping
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182238

NOTE to haters: It's an OCN recommended PSU, as is 4 other units from Rosewill.
Edited by PowerTrip - 5/25/11 at 10:46am
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post #27 of 40
850W should be needed for 570GTX SLI because in future u sure OC ur 2500K
AND graphics cards to improve performance SO 850W PSU should be needed
your RIG is very good
but u should use coolermaster hyper 212+ for 4.7GHZ MAX
( and cost around only $30 )
ur motherboard is excellent
i personally like P67 sabertooth then any p67 board

if u choice is 560GTX then pick up ASUS 560GTX ( no other brands )
because ASUS is better of ALLLLLLLLLLLL
Edited by ranveer - 5/25/11 at 10:56am
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post #28 of 40
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Originally Posted by ranveer View Post
Graphics card
u should pick ASUS 560GTX ( no other brands )
because ASUS is bettter of alllllllllllll
What happened to EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte...?
post #29 of 40
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Originally Posted by Shub View Post
What happened to EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte...?
Obvious fanboi is quite obvious. It's best to just let them enjoy their fanboyism by themselves.
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Kingston V Series SSD 64 GB Spinpoint F3 1TB Blu-Ray drive & CD/DVD burner Scythe Mugen II 120mm Ultra Kaze 64bit Windows 7 
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Kingston V Series SSD 64 GB Spinpoint F3 1TB Blu-Ray drive & CD/DVD burner Scythe Mugen II 120mm Ultra Kaze 64bit Windows 7 
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post #30 of 40
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i was looking how are NZXT Power supplies?
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