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hi, i was runing a i7 920,p6t and a single 470 on a mXs 700w. don't touch OCZ PSUs.
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post #12 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gurellaz696 View Post
would you happen to know the specs of his comp?
i7
asus p6t
500gb hdd
ssd
6 fans
3gb of ram
gtx 470
8400gs
But 700 watts is still plenty for what he needed

Hes now got a hx850 same as mine and it runs perfectly

and hes oc and watercooled on it (the new psu)
Edited by ryanbob1234 - 6/13/11 at 4:30am
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Alright then thank you
I'll be safe for now and go with the OCZ and once I have cash again I'll buy a HX750 or 850
and hopefully be safe for the future
also on a side note any pros and cons about the Asus VE247H
mainly going to use it for PS3 and Comp

thank you
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Pros about the Asus VE247H

Its asus so its a good brand and if you get any problems they are great customer service
the bezil is small
Rez is good
Led wish is a good bonus
Good allround screen

Cons- none
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Pros about the Asus VE247H

Its asus so its a good brand and if you get any problems they are great customer service
the bezil is small
Rez is good
Led wish is a good bonus
Good allround screen

Cons- none
thank you
end of financial year list for this year... Asus 560Ti, Corsair Corsair Hx850 and a Asus VE247H
this year is going to be good
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post #16 of 20
It's more than enough. It's a mediocre 550W after all, and you won't top 300W.
post #17 of 20
Agree with Phaedrus. The CM Extreme 700W is not a PSU I'd ever recommend that someone go out and buy as it's not a true 700W unit and has few, if any, qualities that would cause me to recommend it. HOWEVER, you already have it, and it's certainly capable enough of providing the power necessary for the rig you speak of ... I see no good reason not to just use it.

The 600W Stealth Extreme is a marginally better unit. If I had both sitting on a desk deciding which to throw in to a build, that's probably the one I'd choose ... but it's not enough better that I would bother to take out the 700W CM unit to put it in instead ... unless it was really a crappy wiring job that I wanted to re-do anyways ... or I was just bored
    
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thank you everyone for your help
one last question, is there a massive difference between the 560 and the 560ti
i'm going to game at 1920x1080
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post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Gurellaz696 View Post
thank you everyone for your help
one last question, is there a massive difference between the 560 and the 560ti
i'm going to game at 1920x1080
Get the Ti. The "regular" GTX560 is a crippled card, might as well get a GTX460 at that point.
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last question how would the 560Ti compare to the 6950
they are roughly the same price but are the similar under the hood ?
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