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Oh, it would be +50 alright...if I didn't have the most garbage power inefficient leaking bastard of a 760!



Yes, 230 watts! FWIW, when I run stock it's 95 to 105, so I'm fairly certain it's accurate. Evil CPU...evil. Oh and those volts aren't quite accurate. It actually takes 1.375 V to get it somewhat stable.
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Getting close to beta release for our PSU calculator app, OCN version.
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Getting close to beta release for our PSU calculator app, OCN version.
Do want. It'll be a nifty tool to have handy. Thanks for putting in the hard work on this.
    
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Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaait two seconds. Your guide on OCN says 750w should be plenty for two GTX 580's a the CPU I have OVERCLOCKED...but I'm a chicken and nothing is overclocked.
The Calculator app says 900w is best though. Is this just a kink because it's beta?
And should I be worried even though I have a Seasonic X-850 gold?
I fold a lot, that's why I was asking....
 
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Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaait two seconds. Your guide on OCN says 750w should be plenty for two GTX 580's a the CPU I have OVERCLOCKED...but I'm a chicken and nothing is overclocked.
The Calculator app says 900w is best though. Is this just a kink because it's beta?
And should I be worried even though I have a Seasonic X-850 gold?
I fold a lot, that's why I was asking....
Working on it
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Working on it
Thanks.
 
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have any ideas when the official release is coming out? and btw thanks for keeping the program free source, i could actually see the program being licensed. Also, What is your opinion on the Ultra LSP series? i heard there are some hit and miss units, so is there a way to tell without blowing up the unit?
    
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Thanks for this app, nice to see a non-biased and easy to use PSU calculator.

Just got one question: is there any way to estimate power consumption of an octo-core BD CPU? Or gotta wait until release+benches (not that they're too far away, lol)?

One last question: What PSU wattage would you recommend for a x6 OC'd to 4 GHz along with two and three GTS 450's OC'd and overvolted? Would my Silverstone ST50F-ES be good at least for two?
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Got to wait until benches

Your Silverstone would handle two, but might struggle with three. Three I'd call for a 650W or thereabouts.
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