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I don't know, sorry. But I'm running an OC'd GTX 570HD, if that helps. Maybe there's a comparo somewhere to see how much more a Titan draws than my card. At least one person is running a IB CPU and GTX 680 on 450 watts.
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That is killing me. I am so annoyed that more PSU makers don't make bigger SFX units.

I wanted to wait for 7 series, but I'm scared that the power draw will be too high. You have designed this case to allow for big, powerful cards. Now if only we could get a way to power them haha.
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It's only a matter of time. Once manufacturers see there's a market for more powerful SFX PSUs they'll make em.

Corsair is here looking for input on a new ITX case... hopefully it'll come with a 500w SFX PSU biggrin.gif .
 
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Hi She Loved E! I just landed in this thread right now *boo me*, but can this case provide adapter for an atx psu? like the psu extension/adapter for cooler master elite 120? Thanks. This case is soooo GREAT! I wanna buy one but I'm on a far away land. mad.gif
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Hi She Loved E! I just landed in this thread right now *boo me*, but can this case provide adapter for an atx psu? like the psu extension/adapter for cooler master elite 120? Thanks. This case is soooo GREAT! I wanna buy one but I'm on a far away land. mad.gif

Compact Splash will not have the ability to house a ATX PSU. It was designed around size and sadly it just wont work. It does fit however as seen below but there will be no included adapter for mounting it. And just because you live in a land far away doesnt mean you cant buy one wink.gifthumb.gif







As you can see though the back end of it sticks out quite a bit and really takes away from the beauty of the case.

Hope this helps and of course images credit goes to SLE just answering your question for him so he doesnt have too wink.gif Hope I did a good job biggrin.gif
    
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Couldn't have said it better myself! thumb.gif
 
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Compact Splash will not have the ability to house a ATX PSU. It was designed around size and sadly it just wont work. It does fit however as seen below but there will be no included adapter for mounting it. And just because you live in a land far away doesnt mean you cant buy one wink.gifthumb.gif

*snip*
As you can see though the back end of it sticks out quite a bit and really takes away from the beauty of the case.

Hope this helps and of course images credit goes to SLE just answering your question for him so he doesnt have too wink.gif Hope I did a good job biggrin.gif

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Couldn't have said it better myself! thumb.gif

Thanks golfergolfer for that! thumb.gif So the next problem is getting a 500W to 600W sfx psu! I want to migrate my system in this case + custom loop. Thanks to you and SLE for the comparison. biggrin.gif
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No Problem! As for the PSU I think you will be hard pressed to find a quality 500W - 600W SFX PSU or else I think it would have been mentioned here thus far; however, at the moment SLE and others would most likely recommend the SilverStone ST45SF-G. It is 450W but this bad boy has been said to pull of 500W+ running 680, and 3750K (i think it was). By all means if you find a nice noticeable one drop it by but till then this is probably your best bet!
    
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Thanks golfergolfer for that! thumb.gif So the next problem is getting a 500W to 600W sfx psu! I want to migrate my system in this case + custom loop. Thanks to you and SLE for the comparison. biggrin.gif

As golfer mentioned, the silverstone SFX PSU would be more than capable of powering your 3570k and 660ti as well as your addons with room to spare. GPU manufacturers state their so called minimum wattage for a power supply to make sure that even the people running crappy PSU's have enough to run their cards. In the anandtech 660ti review they used a 3930k at 4.3GHz and the total system draw was less than 350 under load while gaming. So your 3570k at 4 GHZ will use even less. Hope that helps. Oh, and here's a link to the power consumption charts.
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No Problem! As for the PSU I think you will be hard pressed to find a quality 500W - 600W SFX PSU or else I think it would have been mentioned here thus far; however, at the moment SLE and others would most likely recommend the SilverStone ST45SF-G. It is 450W but this bad boy has been said to pull of 500W+ running 680, and 3750K (i think it was). By all means if you find a nice noticeable one drop it by but till then this is probably your best bet!

ok hopefully there's a local seller in our country for this one. biggrin.gif thanks!

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As golfer mentioned, the silverstone SFX PSU would be more than capable of powering your 3570k and 660ti as well as your addons with room to spare. GPU manufacturers state their so called minimum wattage for a power supply to make sure that even the people running crappy PSU's have enough to run their cards. In the anandtech 660ti review they used a 3930k at 4.3GHz and the total system draw was less than 350 under load while gaming. So your 3570k at 4 GHZ will use even less. Hope that helps. Oh, and here's a link to the power consumption charts.

Thanks for a heads up! So 450W will be enough for a pump+30w fan and fan controllers + existing system + lighting? biggrin.gif
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30W is high for three fans and the pump would be at most 10W. LED lighting is negligible as far as power consumption goes. You'll still be good. And like golfer said, that PSU is capable of pushing 500 in a pinch.
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