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This thread is pretty much pointless really.. check Seasonic on newegg, put a preorder on the Platinum 1000W unit available in about a week and be done with it..
The specs on that thing are pretty impressive!
    
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is that 100% modular?
Yes it is.
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Personally I think you should grab the 850W Unless you are doing something like dual 6990s... Then grab the larger one just incase
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Personally I think you should grab the 850W Unless you are doing something like dual 6990s... Then grab the larger one just incase
i won't be going anything like that for a while. Right now , It'll be a pair of GTX 570 or 580's i think. Either way , it will always be 1 -2 single GPU cards. Not really a fan of the dual GPU cards. Looks like the corsair 1200W is what I'll end up getting. Be able to future proof my rig a little more.....you never know what may come out in the next 5 years , better to be prepared I guess.

Thanks for all your help guys! Very much appreciated!
    
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Corsair AX1200. Best 1200w PSU ever. Fully modular. Insane efficiency, 100.4Amps on a single 12v rail... its pretty amazing.
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Theres alot of money that could be spent elsewhere... Just saying a 1200 is overkill. Pretty much everyone that has them bought it because someone said go big or go home. An 850 is more than enough to power your entire system insanely overclocked. Save yourself some coin and get an extra ssd or something..
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