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How many more cables are we talking here? I cant seem to get a good video/pics of the cables.
It's hard to explain in a short amount of time, but Newegg takes great pictures:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139029
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post #102 of 111
Maybe I spoke too soon (cuz I didn't keep reading cuz your reply irked me)
And yes, all opinions are biased, but it would be nice to try and keep that to some limit.
Hell, its power. There are numbers, and facts for everything. As long as u get it down to a good manufacturer (like Corsair) you're good to go. Just grab a calculator.


On the 80+ bronze/silver/gold thing.
One thing to keep in mind is the more efficiently the power is used, the less heat is transferred into your system, and the more help you'll get with your power bill too.
So a 80+Gold will definitely be a lot more efficient in just about every way as compared to a bronze.
Also, the TX850M is a modular psu, but it still has the normal motherboard cables allrdy attached, (24pin, 8pin, 4pin)
Whereas the HX850 is full. (and I think has a higher efficiency)
    
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no what I mean is... the cables that ARENT modular on the TX 850W are they all used anyways? Is it just the 24 pin power cable? Or are there useless stuff. From the TX to the AX, am I saving cables? Does it remove cables that I dont need?
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no what I mean is... the cables that ARENT modular on the TX 850W are they all used anyways? Is it just the 24 pin power cable? Or are there useless stuff. From the TX to the AX, am I saving cables? Does it remove cables that I dont need?
This is why I'm recommending checking out the pics because it's hard to describe.

Like, the permanent cables on the HX series is mostly just the 24-pin, the 4+4-pin EPS12V (CPU power) cable, and sometimes a separate 4-pin and separate 8-pin CPU power cable instead of the 4+4.

The TX850M has a few more permanent cables and some of them may or may not be used depending on your setup.

The Corsair AX series and SeaSonic X Series are all 100% modular: no permanent cables.
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Ahh I see now. I checked out the pics. its not very modular. Lots of cables for HDDs and disk drives and such. I only got 1 of each, so kinda usless to have bunch of cables if im going for modular.
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Ahh I see now. I checked out the pics. its not very modular. Lots of cables for HDDs and disk drives and such. I only got 1 of each, so kinda usless to have bunch of cables if im going for modular.
Yeah. :/ It looks like the TXM series is perfect for people who would be using all of those cables anyway.
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I just love how complicated this has all become.. Just get a fully modular psu, one you KNOW will power your system in the future, and be good with it lol.
Grab the 1000.
You'll be happy with it.
    
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I just love how complicated this has all become.. Just get a fully modular psu, one you KNOW will power your system in the future, and be good with it lol.
Grab the 1000.
You'll be happy with it.
They dont have a 1000W AX series one. They only have the 1000W in the HX series
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post #109 of 111
To answer the OP... Yes, ANY quality 750W would suffice for 570 SLI. 850W is not necessary, not even for "headroom" and would just be gratuitous. 1000W is simply throwing money away unless there are DEFINITE plans for tri-SLI.

Which precise 750W you get depends on budget/price and wanted features.
post #110 of 111
Mr Phaedrus is right.. 750 is enough for 570 sli period... i clocked 570s heavily overclocked peaking 870w from the wall. With an 85% efficient psu.. that is 739w.. and i don't think you'll get as high as me, unless you use 1.2v
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