Originally Posted by TwoCables
Ok, I think I made up my mind. From those 3 sites, the best recommendation I can come up with is the 550W SeaSonic G Series for 154.82 лв. с ДДС:http://nikem-bg.net/computer-components/PSU-SEASONIC-SSR-550RM-GOLD
It is a high-end modular
PSU that has 2 x 6+2-pin PCI-E cables, and it can easily
deliver 550W continuously if it ever becomes needed. Two 680s would be fine, but if you wanted to have two 7970s with this PSU, then it would come up short if you wanted to have a simultaneous full load on the 3570K and the 7970s. Of course, when does that ever happen? I mean really, are there any games that bring both the CPU and the video card to their knees at the same time? All I would ask is, don't overclock the 680s or 7970s.
Here's Newegg's product page for it in order to get a better look at it:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151119
I thought 550W is not enought at first but when i saw the chart,540W goes to the 12V rail.That's amazing !!
Being Semi-Modular - amazing future.Just read a review about it and it can deliver up to 640W max output without even shutting down.Impressive!The Seasonic 620W has 580W on the 12V rail.According to thermaltake PSU calculator,GTX 680 with i5 @ 4.5Ghz,2HDD,1 CD/DVD,2 DDR3 sticks,high-end mobo(not really the case with me
but whatever) 4 200mm fans(like if that's possible) and H100,it recommends around 450W.Is that 450W on the 12V or from the wall,or just the Max power of the PSU?
Isn't the Amps on the 12V also important?The Seasonic G Series 550W has 46A while the seasonic 620W has 48W and the CX750 - 62
I can't find the CX750 on the PSU recommended list so i think it isn't in the game anymore.
Being Gold Rated,i guess it means it delivers almost all it's power on the 12V,good efficiency if i'm not wrong?
And btw,how is the SSR-550W SLI/Crossfire ready when my current HD 6850 require 2x6pin ?Edited by hotwheels1997 - 12/19/12 at 9:58am