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[qwwwizx][GTX580 SO][1047/2434@1.188V][ID=28c/LD=42c][Water]

3Dmark11 score: P8867
Graphics score: 8357



Was just trying to figure out if 3d settings have an impact on 3dmark 11, and found out that on my rig, it does not do anything. But in the first test I increased my GFX score +1.

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I can't join this club unless I upgrade my PSU,

Anyways, what is the sexiest 580 backplate that money can buy? I'm thinking of just getting the EVGA back plates and removing the EVGA.
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I can't join this club unless I upgrade my PSU,
haha.. I know how you feel. I don't think my cards can do what the top guys do with them but I'm sick to death seeing a grey/black screen instead of 101/124 BSOD or that my driver fell over!

But all that said, I find it hard to justify a new PSU because if you're just gaming and have 'normal' OC (for me that's 4.7Ghz and the cards at 832/2100) it behaves just fine.
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I actually have a HX1050 sitting on my dresser. I'm just too lazy to install it and reroute all my wires and stuff. I think I'm just going to return it
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I actually have a HX1050 sitting on my dresser. I'm just too lazy to install it and reroute all my wires and stuff. I think I'm just going to return it
You gotta be kidding, right?

You have a more powerful PSU and will return it cause you're lazy?

Your current setup is probably pushing your 750 a bit hard since it is above the recommended 80% of capacity at load.

Just get a nice can of ice cold beer, put on some music and get to work, man!


And, by the way, isn't that an HX1000?
There's no HX1050... or is there?
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I actually have a HX1050 sitting on my dresser. I'm just too lazy to install it and reroute all my wires and stuff. I think I'm just going to return it
You might as well install it, it'll give you piece of mind

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You gotta be kidding, right?

You have a more powerful PSU and will return it cause you're lazy?

Your current setup is probably pushing your 750 a bit hard since it is above the recommended 80% of capacity at load.

Just get a nice can of ice cold beer, put on some music and get to work, man!


And, by the way, isn't that an HX1000?
There's no HX1050... or is there?
I thought it was a 1000 as well but...

http://www.corsair.com/professional-...er-supply.html
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You might as well install it, it'll give you piece of mind

I thought it was a 1000 as well but...

http://www.corsair.com/professional-...er-supply.html
Ooohhh
New one!

Even better!

Just install the damn thing and be happy!
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I might this weekend if I don't find something better for the price. Will a 1050W be able to handle 3 OC 580s just in case I drink and buy again? I never wan't to have to buy/reroute my cables again. Took me long enough to get the cables routed in a way where the side panel didn't bulge. I could imagine it's going to be a lot harder with the HX 1050.
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I might this weekend if I don't find something better for the price. Will a 1050W be able to handle 3 OC 580s just in case I drink and buy again? I never wan't to have to buy/reroute my cables again. Took me long enough to get the cables routed in a way where the side panel didn't bulge. I could imagine it's going to be a lot harder with the HX 1050.
Whoa! 3 way SLI!?
That's some insane firepower right there!
Two is already on the "overkill zone" heheh

Anyway, a quality 1050W PSU is capable but, again, not ideal.
In that overpowering situation a nice 1200 (like AX1200, if you like corsair) should do the trick with some room to spare.
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Never posted pics here, so there it goes: not as cool as many over here but this is it









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