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Originally Posted by Traphix View Post

Strange, I called Rosewill the other day to confirm. I have no clue what you're talking about lol. Seasonic doesn't make all their own power supplies.
The Hive and Capstone psu's are made by Superflower which makes Seasonics also.

Please don't argue if you don't know what you're talking about.. Thank you.

OP's PSU pick is also on the OCN recommended psu list, that i'm not going to bother to link. angrysmiley.gif
Here you go anyways.. http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies
The list is up to date even though the post is in 2007 and there is no "last edited" time and date.
even if your words are true will you ever buy a rosewill psu when you are making a $1500+ rig? I want to ask this to you,will you ever buy when corsair and seasonic are there? Will you ever buy rosewill when corsair & seasonic gives much better warranty?
@OP, I WOULD DEFINITELY SUGGEST YOU TO TAKE DOWN THE ROSEWILL PSU AND ASK YOU TO GO WITH SOME CORSAIR OR SEASONIC.
For the mobo part Asus x79 sabertooth will be great for you,its a very stable board,comes with 5years warranty,its a TUF series board which are known for durability,avoid Asrock because recenty many people are complaining about VRM & mosfet issues on some models.
Edited by Aniket - 2/16/13 at 12:51pm
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I'm going to get the Termaltake ClW0217... would it fit in the case if I got push-pull.. four fans of what you listed?
Yes it can. That C70 has a lot of space up there. to fit the Thermaltake and push pull.
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post #93 of 238
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Brother don't buy such a cheap psu,get a quality one like corsair ax860 or corsair ax860i (digital),investing more on a psu is always good.
Rather than getting asrock x79 extreme6 you better buy asus x79 sabertooh and definitely wait for geforce titan (previously I had suggested 3x geforce titan but even 2x geforce titan is overkill so get two of them).
Invest on a better pc case,like corsair 600T or coolermaster storm trooper/storm stryker.
Invest on a better quality ssd like ocz vertex4 or crucial m4 series.
Hope you like these ideas. I can assure you making these changes will be much benificial for you.
I second this
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This is such a painful thread to read. weirdsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by Bazinga69 View Post

im going to have to try to point you away from the roswell psu

Why exactly?

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
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Originally Posted by s0d0mg0m0rrah View Post

that rosewill is by sirtec.

First what's Sirtec?

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
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Originally Posted by Aniket View Post

Brother don't buy such a cheap psu,get a quality one like corsair ax860 or corsair ax860i (digital),investing more on a psu is always good.

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
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I second this

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
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post #96 of 238
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Well, you're probably trolling, so I'm not really taking this seriously at all.

But if someone did buy a $6000 computer I'd laugh so hard at them, because I could have built a PC that would perform basically the same for around $2.5k MAX, and take a nice vacation somewhere, or buy a cheap car as well.

I think the point of a $6k machine is to future-proof. Being able to do what you need it to do for years to come. My current build only replaces my old one because of heat issues in a small case on air. I was only going to upgrade the case, but things just spiralled. GTX 480's in SLI will still max out any game if you can keep the heat down.
     
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I think the point of a $6k machine is to future-proof. Being able to do what you need it to do for years to come.

There's no such thing like future-proofing as for computers, just buy what you need when you need it, because all your super high-end gear will be overcomed by newer cheaper tech.
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Why exactly?

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
First what's Sirtec?

This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.

Roswell isn't exactly known for quality, their known for the cheap way out, 999 out of 1000 people will pick the equivalent corsair psu over the roswell
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Roswell isn't exactly known for quality, their known for the cheap way out, 999 out of 1000 people will pick the equivalent corsair psu over the roswell

Maybe a few years ago. Rosewill's Capstones come highly recommended by many reviewers.
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This is a Super Flower Golden Green-based design. Better than two-thirds of Seasonic lineup.
First of al no 650w psu fr a x79 setup moreover he'll be adding atleast 2x geforce titan (possibly 230w TDP each) when they comes out,to keep good headroom for overclocking he should get a 850w psu.
I've suggested corsair ax860i,this the best performing 850w psu out there in the market and much better than than rosewill psu.
Corsair AX860i also has 7years warranty,its a digital power supply,its made by Flextronics who are currenty making the best psu in the market (Note: AX860i is made by flextronics & AX860 is made by seasonic)
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Roswell isn't exactly known for quality, their known for the cheap way out, 999 out of 1000 people will pick the equivalent corsair psu over the roswell
I agree. When one is investing so much he should definitely want to have equivalent corsair/seasonic psu.
Edited by Aniket - 2/16/13 at 1:44pm
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