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New PSU for crossfire 6950

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Right now I have a OCZ ModX Stream 700w. Its only has 2 pcie 6 pins. I want a power power supply that can handle crossfire 6950s and much more. But I dont want to spend over 200 on it. Anything you can recommend. Also would like it to be silent, blue LED, and modular.
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Kingwin Lazer Gold 700/850.
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That is what I was looking at but I dont really trust kingwin.
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Seasonic Xseries Gold 750 Is also decent

@MrTOOSHORT you win rolleyes.gif
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How does this look? I don't know if it's blue though lol.
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Originally Posted by roudabout6 View Post

That is what I was looking at but I dont really trust kingwin.

And why is that?.. they currently offer the most complete high end lineup on the NA market.

All you need for a 6950 CFX setup is a solid 600/650W PSU... if your current unit was a proper 700W PSU you would have been just fine.
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I have just never really heard of them. Plus seen sum bad reviews. Should I keep my power supply and use a 4 pin molex to pice adapter?
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I have just never really heard of them. Plus seen sum bad reviews..
This would usually prompt a short speech on ignorance but I'm too tired right now... as for bad reviews, you might want to check JonnyGURU, [H] and TPU for some Kingwin/Super Flower(the OEM behind the Kingwin units) reviews.

Just to make it short... the Lazer Gold lineup is among the best on the market today, they share the same market segment with Corsair AX or Seasonic X, performance wise they're similar too... while the Lazer Platinum lineup consists of units that are as high end as they go right now.

The Lazer Gold 700 is very well priced, so is the Lazer Platinum 650(can function as a 750W Gold unit).. I'd pick one of those if I were you.
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Should I keep my power supply and use a 4 pin molex to pice adapter?
Your PSU is in fact a rather average 550W Sirtec built unit, it will most likely work but not in a reliable manner.
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