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Have you looked at the recommended power supply LIST ?
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Well, the power consumption is not a problem, it's just that I want something different. A friend have an Antec HCP-1200 and other just got a Corsair AX1200, so that's why I want one of those Enermax babes... tongue.gif I think the Revomax will be the best option over the Platimax. smile.gif

But why do you want so big PSU? Just in case you want to add a third card?
Unoriginal Sin is right that Enermax isn't really the "top pick" even though they're great powersupplies.
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Have you looked at the recommended power supply LIST ?
Yeah, but the Platimax series is not listed there, so I guess the best is the Revomax. I don't want a Tt PSU, they're very bad rated here.
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But why do you want so big PSU? Just in case you want to add a third card?
Unoriginal Sin is right, Enermax isn't really the "top pick".
Ok, I can listen to another options. The main thing is that I probably go with a third kepler videocard.
    
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i recomend this unit: Rosewill LIGHTNING-1300
Solid, reliable modular PSU
only thing is you may not like the lights lol
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Ok, I can listen to another options. The main thing is that I probably go with a third kepler videocard.
Superflower made units like Kingwin Lazer Gold/Platinum, NZXT Hale90 and the Rosewill unit stubass suggested, Seasonic Platinum or X-series, Antec HCP-series, Silverstone Strider Gold-series.
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Super Flower makes some of the best hands down.
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Yeah, but the Platimax series is not listed there, so I guess the best is the Revomax. I don't want a Tt PSU, they're very bad rated here.
Ok, I can listen to another options. The main thing is that I probably go with a third kepler videocard.
If you're absolutely set on Enermax then go with a Revolution87+ 1000W.
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