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hardwire a couple of psu's?
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If you already have the coolermaster, just try it. I think coolermaster might've actually put proper safeties in that unit. worst you could do is crash the rig for a few minutes(maybe pop a circut breaker or two). It isn't exactly a bad unit(at that price it's hard to make a "bad" unit). only issue is it is usually more expensive than better performing units.
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http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

very detailed PS calculator. If nuts and bolts used power this would ask about them!
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post #34 of 46
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Originally Posted by linuxfueled View Post

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
very detailed PS calculator. If nuts and bolts used power this would ask about them!

nice tool!

System Type: 1 physical CPU
Motherboard: High End - Desktop
CPU Socket: Socket AM3
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 925 2800 MHz Deneb
CPU Utilization (TDP): 90% TDP
RAM: 2 Sticks DDR3 SDRAM
Video Card 1: AMD Radeon HD 6970 (next best from 7970)
Video Card 2: AMD Radeon HD 6950
Video Card 3: AMD Radeon HD 5970
Video Card 4: AMD Radeon HD 5870

ATTENTION: FOR PERSONAL, NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY
DRAM SSD: 1 Drive
Fans
LED: 4 Fans 120mm; 1 Fan 250mm;
Keyboard and mouse: Yes
System Load: 90 %

Minimum PSU Wattage: 837 Watts
Recommended Wattage: 887 Watts


why so low?

max 100% peak gives 980W
post #35 of 46
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Originally Posted by RagingAzn628 View Post

nice tool!
System Type: 1 physical CPU
Motherboard: High End - Desktop
CPU Socket: Socket AM3
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 925 2800 MHz Deneb
CPU Utilization (TDP): 90% TDP
RAM: 2 Sticks DDR3 SDRAM
Video Card 1: AMD Radeon HD 6970 (next best from 7970)
Video Card 2: AMD Radeon HD 6950
Video Card 3: AMD Radeon HD 5970
Video Card 4: AMD Radeon HD 5870
ATTENTION: FOR PERSONAL, NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY
DRAM SSD: 1 Drive
Fans
LED: 4 Fans 120mm; 1 Fan 250mm;
Keyboard and mouse: Yes
System Load: 90 %

Minimum PSU Wattage: 837 Watts
Recommended Wattage: 887 Watts
why so low?
max 100% peak gives 980W

It's not low, it's what you would see while gaming(for example) and it doesn't take into account any overclocks.. mining is more demanding though.
post #36 of 46
Quote:
Originally Posted by RagingAzn628 View Post

nice tool! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
System Type: 1 physical CPU
Motherboard: High End - Desktop
CPU Socket: Socket AM3
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 925 2800 MHz Deneb
CPU Utilization (TDP): 90% TDP
RAM: 2 Sticks DDR3 SDRAM
Video Card 1: AMD Radeon HD 6970 (next best from 7970)
Video Card 2: AMD Radeon HD 6950
Video Card 3: AMD Radeon HD 5970
Video Card 4: AMD Radeon HD 5870
ATTENTION: FOR PERSONAL, NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY
DRAM SSD: 1 Drive
Fans
LED: 4 Fans 120mm; 1 Fan 250mm;
Keyboard and mouse: Yes
System Load: 90 %

Minimum PSU Wattage: 837 Watts
Recommended Wattage: 887 Watts
why so low?
max 100% peak gives 980W

Well its good to have some "wiggle room" so your machine doesn't just fail on you when you peak.
post #37 of 46
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Originally Posted by UltraHoboLord View Post

Well its good to have some "wiggle room" so your machine doesn't just fail on you when you peak.

so was the CM 1300W for $200 a good buy?
post #38 of 46
Quote:
Originally Posted by RagingAzn628 View Post

so was the CM 1300W for $200 a good buy?

Yes, like i said before 1200w+ should be fine.
post #39 of 46
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Quote:
Originally Posted by UltraHoboLord View Post

Yes, like i said before 1200w+ should be fine.

sweet thanks thumb.gif

Also I heard you need some kind of special power jack if it's above 1200W?
post #40 of 46
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Originally Posted by RagingAzn628 View Post

sweet thanks thumb.gif
Also I heard you need some kind of special power jack if it's above 1200W?

Look at the input your 1300w needs 90 - 264 V and see it your power outlet its that much. Some older houses don't have that much Vs.
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