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Am I overkillin?

Remember this, a PSU will suffer at 100% duty cycle even for as quick as a minute.

If your PSU dies during that, cool, only the PSU died.

If your PSU sends 120 volts to your system, boom!! Everything dies!!

Lol

lol you hit it on the head and that is why we leave extra room

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The only way to know is to have Watt-O-Meter in between your power outlet and power supply and get an estimate of the load power that is being drawn by your system. For example, my system with two 670's and 2500 overvolted/overclocked would draw around 550W when playing Tomb Raider. Multiply that value by 90% (approximate efficiency of my Seasonic Platinum PSU) and that would equate to 495W (system load). So a 660W PSU should be more than enough for my system to accommodate 495W system load.

I'm thinking that 350W is really on the borderline side of things for your PSU but like I said we can be more accurate if you have a power meter to measure.

Not that fast mate..

Platinum certification defined that your PSU should have an EFF of 95% at 50% load. If you can measure the wall outlet power draw to be at 500 watts, your PSU is actually pushing out around 80 at full load. Occt full stress can't give you that 100% loading. Not even prime. Not even mining nor folding. Maybe a combination of the prime, and mining can.

Again, a 350 watts cannot push more than 350 watts..
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Not that fast mate..

Platinum certification defined that your PSU should have an EFF of 95% at 50% load. If you can measure the wall outlet power draw to be at 500 watts, your PSU is actually pushing out around 80 at full load. Occt full stress can't give you that 100% loading. Not even prime. Not even mining nor folding. Maybe a combination of the prime, and mining can.

Again, a 350 watts cannot push more than 350 watts..

Check the actual efficiency reviews of the Platinum series here: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5464/seasonic-platinum-series-860w/5

Here's another one: http://us.hardware.info/reviews/5011/6/seasonic-platinum-series-v2-660w760w860w-review-extremely-efficient-efficiency

Following the second link, at 500W system load you get 546.2689828471539 W (500/.9153) outlet power draw. And yes, I understand that no practical application can push 760W 100% load.

But a quality 350W can push a little bit past 350W just like how 650/750W high-quality PSUs can.
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that comes down to power consumption alone the card can only suck 150w per 6-pin + pcie combo add another 6-pin and that is another 75w at stock. so your psu is undervolting other stuff if your cpu has a hefty oc and your gpu is at stock. hd's and usb slots on the mobo are the first things to be undervolted. 

These are theoretical.. not what is the limit. Take my 780 TI Classy which is 8+8+PCIe = ~375W max right? Because I can overvolt the Classy and we can change the TDP restrictions, I've made it pull 595W (my personal restriction is 600W due to my 760W PSU).
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These are theoretical.. not what is the limit. Take my 780 TI Classy which is 8+8+PCIe = ~375W max right? Because I can overvolt the Classy and we can change the TDP restrictions, I've made it pull 595W (my personal restriction is 600W due to my 760W PSU).

i know they are theoretical which is why i listed them as a baseline meaning apply to say stock  untampered with. i mean as much as i oc you would have to give me some credit.

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Check the actual efficiency reviews of the Platinum series here: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5464/seasonic-platinum-series-860w/5

Here's another one: http://us.hardware.info/reviews/5011/6/seasonic-platinum-series-v2-660w760w860w-review-extremely-efficient-efficiency

Following the second link, at 500W system load you get 546.2689828471539 W (500/.9153) outlet power draw. And yes, I understand that no practical application can push 760W 100% load.

But a quality 350W can push a little bit past 350W just like how 650/750W high-quality PSUs can.

Again, Efficiency is Power out / Power in

You can read any reviews and explanations you can find, no such PSU can give you more power than it is drawing off the wall socket!!!

A 1000W Platinum cannot push 1050W to your system! (Punctuation! Period .) It can push 1000W at maybe 25-50% Load, but it will pull more than 1100W off the wall..

That is how you should relate a PSU Efficiency. Call anyone who's telling you your PSU can actually produce more power than it is rated for and I am here willing to lecture y'all the basics!!! IN MY OWN WORDS!!! No need to site you all up to references. I can back up what I can say.

Have you ever wondered why they are called 80+ certified PSUs?? coz at the minimum, they should have at least 80 % Efficiency.

What is 80 PERCENT of 1000 again?

But we have no PSUs rated as 100+ right? and will never have 110+ or 120+ on anything beyond 100!!!
Edited by mus1mus - 3/17/14 at 7:44pm
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Following the second link, at 500W system load you get 546.2689828471539 W (500/.9153) outlet power draw. And yes, I understand that no practical application can push 760W 100% load.

But a quality 350W can push a little bit past 350W just like how 650/750W high-quality PSUs can.

You have a wrong understanding on this issue:

The power you pull off the wall is not the power you can deliver to a system.. You got it the other way around.

Read more and digest what you can read as you have the upside-down understanding on this.
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Again, Efficiency is Power out / Power in

You can read any reviews and explanations you can find, no such PSU can give you more power than it is drawing off the wall socket!!!

A 1000W Platinum cannot push 1050W to your system! (Punctuation! Period .) It can push 1000W at maybe 25-50% Load, but it will pull more than 1100W off the wall..

That is how you should relate a PSU Efficiency. Call anyone who's telling you your PSU can actually produce more power than it is rated for and I am here willing to lecture y'all the basics!!! IN MY OWN WORDS!!! No need to site you all up to references. I can back up what I can say.

Have you ever wondered why they are called 80+ certified PSUs?? coz at the minimum, they should have at least 80 % Efficiency.

What is 80 PERCENT of 1000 again?

But we have no PSUs rated as 100+ right? and will never have 110+ or 120+ on anything beyond 100!!!

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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

You have a wrong understanding on this issue:

The power you pull off the wall is not the power you can deliver to a system.. You got it the other way around.

Read more and digest what you can read as you have the upside-down understanding on this.

Oh my GOD! Dude, you're the one misunderstanding me! I'm an Electronics Engineer and efficiency is very simple. Don't take this the wrong way, what you're saying is TOTALLY CORRECT! What you misunderstood is what I'm trying to say.

Effiicieny is equal to Pout/Pin. Pin is the power from the outlet and Pout is the system load.

AGAIN, WE ARE EXPLAINING THE SAME EXACT THING HERE. I'm not sure why you don't understand my points.

For high quality power supplies like for example, the Seasonic X660W, it can provide a little more than 660W of SYSTEM LOAD and OF COURSE that would relate to a Pin (power from outlet) that is higher than the specific system load it gives!

Why don't you read up on reviews? Power supplies CAN give more than their rated power rating because they are designed to do that but of course it is not recommended to do so. But Seasonics are known to still perform good when ran past their rating!
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These are theoretical.. not what is the limit. Take my 780 TI Classy which is 8+8+PCIe = ~375W max right? Because I can overvolt the Classy and we can change the TDP restrictions, I've made it pull 595W (my personal restriction is 600W due to my 760W PSU).

Still on the safe side I should say. But there's definitely starving at some point.

Overclocking will increase the power intake of any system dramatically.
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Safe side.. I was chewing my nails waiting to hear a pop at worst from somewhere when I did these runs!! tongue.gif
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