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You'll have to pull 20% of what it's rated to even turn that fan on due to the technology of the fan in that psu. I would highly suggest the corsair over the cooler master also. Warranty is better, quality is better, and it's fully modular, if you look closely in the pictures on the other one there are still many cables attached, you might not use them and it's a pain trying to hide them. You're going modular, so go all the way.
However, with the quality into the gold standard, I would probably bump it down to a 750, that's just my opinion. This is the one I bought, I love it, and you're in the same market for it. GET IT. lol http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139016&Tpk=ax750
By the pro series, he means the motherboard.

Okay just to be at peace of mind i got this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139015
and hes saying the pro series motherboard is good for overclocking etc right?
post #22 of 26
It's better all around, but more expensive. It's got better power phases, so your overclocks will be more stable and less likely to set your house on fire and such. Yeah it's the way to go if you got the money, sure.
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Id would also going for the 670 instead It offers vary similar performance for less and bench marks showing it owning all of amds current lineup
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It's better all around, but more expensive. It's got better power phases, so your overclocks will be more stable and less likely to set your house on fire and such. Yeah it's the way to go if you got the money, sure.

thankyou. yeah im willing to pay the extra 30$!
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Id would also going for the 670 instead It offers vary similar performance for less and bench marks showing it owning all of amds current lineup

hmmm i kinda wanna future proof my rig. so ide rather stick with the 680. since ill be prob adding another one in the future to go sli. will the 670s in sli be pretty much the same? besides i ordered it off amazon already. i could return it i guess.
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hmmm i kinda wanna future proof my rig. so ide rather stick with the 680. since ill be prob adding another one in the future to go sli. will the 670s in sli be pretty much the same? besides i ordered it off amazon already. i could return it i guess.

Read through this http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-670-review,3200.html and I think that will help you decide
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