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Originally Posted by AsanteSoul View Post

according to this http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/HD_7950_CrossFire/22.html it only consumes about 280 watts... unless im reading it incorrectly or not factoring something in.. the cpu overclocked would pull, what? about 180w? (no clue though) and the other components wouldn't be too much I don't think...

so assuming you drawl 460 watts out of the wall that's only for the CPU and GPU u have some SSd's maybe some usb things whatever u will be come out like 500 watts

and yes 750 watts will do it.

again PSU's are at its best when loaded to 50% and it depends if u got 80+ silver, 80+ gold or platinum. i asked my retail shop and they said exactly the same thing.

so go do some research about power supplies and u will agree with me that u need 50% more power than your system is drawing out of the wall.

it will last longer, it will get higher possibilities and a lower electrical bill because of its efficiency.

i posted some links you can learn more about power supplies.
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Originally Posted by hurricane28 View Post

so assuming you drawl 460 watts out of the wall that's only for the CPU and GPU u have some SSd's maybe some usb things whatever u will be come out like 500 watts

and yes 750 watts will do it.

again PSU's are at its best when loaded to 50% and it depends if u got 80+ silver, 80+ gold or platinum. i asked my retail shop and they said exactly the same thing.

so go do some research about power supplies and u will agree with me that u need 50% more power than your system is drawing out of the wall.

it will last longer, it will get higher possibilities and a lower electrical bill because of its efficiency.

i posted some links you can learn more about power supplies.

just an fyi for you retail shops 99% of the time dont know much about anything. i trust about .01% of the employees @ microcenter.

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This is my case:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139018&Tpk=corsair%20200r%5c&IsVirtualParent=1
I am using a Corsair H60 in push pull and any attempt to overclock the 8350 past 4.2 is completely unstable. Even stock settings are getting near mid 50's under load.
Board:
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M5A97_LE_R20/
Memory:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231468

These are the coolers I am looking at:
http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Series-Extreme-Performance-H100i/dp/B009ZN2NH6

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608018

The list on the front doesn't have NH D14 used and there are multiple h100's.

Will the H100i work with my case? If I did the math correctly, 52 millimeters is just over 2 inches of clearance needed for a top mounted radiator with just push or pull.

The NH D14 will definitely fit.

Lastly, what cooler do you guys suggest? I want at least a 4.5 overclock god willing. I already bought 2 of these chips (~400 US). One died with amd overdrive auto-clock. This is my last attempt with Vishera if i cannot get a decent overclock with good coolers. I don't know what to do but cry.

first welcome. sorry to hear about your first chip~

i would recommend getting a swiftech h220 awesome cooler for the price !~

post your rig in rigbuilder {upper right of this page } so we can help you better and you done have to post your specs

how are you overclocking?? bios or overdrive ect? also by fsb or multi ?

you need to watch your vrm temps that board is not a great overclocker as there is no heatsink on them, very least put some passive heatsinks on them

if you want to you can try a different mobo.

your case should fit a double fan rad no problem!~

what settings are you using when you overclock ?

we always recommend using bios to oc. most people just dont trust programs to write to bios
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post #11323 of 67375
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Originally Posted by AsanteSoul View Post

according to this http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/HD_7950_CrossFire/22.html it only consumes about 280 watts... unless im reading it incorrectly or not factoring something in.. the cpu overclocked would pull, what? about 180w? (no clue though) and the other components wouldn't be too much I don't think...

so assuming you drawl 460 watts out of the wall that's only for the CPU and GPU u have some SSd's maybe some usb things whatever u will be come out like 500 watts

and yes 750 watts will do it.

again PSU's are at its best when loaded to 50% and it depends if u got 80+ silver, 80+ gold or platinum. i asked my retail shop and they said exactly the same thing.

so go do some research about power supplies and u will agree with me that u need 50% more power than your system is drawing out of the wall.

it will last longer, it will get higher possibilities and a lower electrical bill because of its efficiency.

i posted some links you can learn more about power supplies.

Bahaha, that's funny. Thinking SSDs and USB can make up 40w. tongue.gif

Even funnier, USB is on the 5v Rail, and has nothing to do with the 12v Rail at all, which is the one that does the CPU and GPUs.
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+1 for the h220... awesome cooler
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And the theory is that the lower you can get your vrm temps, the lower your cpu's socket temp will be too.

You have not answered the question of which reading for temps is for the vrm's
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just an fyi for you retail shops 99% of the time dont know much about anything. i trust about .01% of the employees @ microcenter.
first welcome. sorry to hear about your first chip~

i would recommend getting a swiftech h220 awesome cooler for the price !~

post your rig in rigbuilder {upper right of this page } so we can help you better and you done have to post your specs

how are you overclocking?? bios or overdrive ect? also by fsb or multi ?

you need to watch your vrm temps that board is not a great overclocker as there is no heatsink on them, very least put some passive heatsinks on them

if you want to you can try a different mobo.

your case should fit a double fan rad no problem!~

what settings are you using when you overclock ?

we always recommend using bios to oc. most people just dont trust programs to write to bios


well that is the difference because i am from Holland and u are from the USA.

the retail shop i buy from knows a lot more than other shops around here that's why i buy from them because the most of them are technicians and so am i.

i am not going from what another says but i do my own research and listen to everyone who has something to say about it and maybe i learn something.
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Bahaha, that's funny. Thinking SSDs and USB can make up 40w. tongue.gif

Even funnier, USB is on the 5v Rail, and has nothing to do with the 12v Rail at all, which is the one that does the CPU and GPUs.


well i don't say that, i said that it can drawl power as well as the GPU and CPU does so u can sum it up to a total power drawl.

and yes i am very overriding that because it is better to have some power reserve than you maxed it out. it is common sense man. it is all over the internet if u are looking for power supplies and need some advice and understanding.
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well yeah it can power it just fine and the power is not the issue here like i said power supply is at its best when loaded to 50%

and its not just the CPU and GPU also u have your usb things and HDD's it all Somme's up u know.

so if the system draws 480 watts than u need at least 750 watts because it is more efficient so when you get 1200 watts seasonic it will not be more efficient because it does nothing at all. as a matter a fact the 750 will be save more money because it is more efficient.
its logical sense.

look at my links i post here. i did some research on them and that's why i have 850 watts PSU because it will last a lot longer because it is at its best now.

and yes 80+ is more efficient but it must be 80+ gold or platinum to notice the difference.
Like you said? I have Never heard such nonsense. You are the only one here spouting that the PSU runs best at 50% of capacity. I do not believe it since I have not heard this from anyone on this forum or elsewhere whose opinion I trust. I have never read it in any articles I have ever read. Now I am not saying at capacity the PSU is just as efficient as slightly lower, but 50 % seems a big stretch of credibility.
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

Bahaha, that's funny. Thinking SSDs and USB can make up 40w. tongue.gif

Even funnier, USB is on the 5v Rail, and has nothing to do with the 12v Rail at all, which is the one that does the CPU and GPUs.


well i don't say that, i said that it can drawl power as well as the GPU and CPU does so u can sum it up to a total power drawl.

and yes i am very overriding that because it is better to have some power reserve than you maxed it out. it is common sense man. it is all over the internet if u are looking for power supplies and need some advice and understanding.

Lets try this again.

I have personally run a 8320 at 5.2Ghz 1.65v with 2 6970s at 940/1450 in the FireStrike test, which pushes both CPU and GPU harder then a game will at the same time.

On a TX750 v2. And I'm not the only one.

You are not going to beat experience here. tongue.gif
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Lets try this again.

I have personally run a 8320 at 5.2Ghz 1.65v with 2 6970s at 940/1450 in the FireStrike test, which pushes both CPU and GPU harder then a game will at the same time.

On a TX750 v2. And I'm not the only one.

You are not going to beat experience here. tongue.gif

I got TX750 too lol. Sli 660ti's overclocked 8350 5ghz watercooling pump n res
4 200mm fans. 2 140mm fans spot fan mouse keyboard biggrin.gif

need we go on?
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