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Its possible you have a better example of the AX1200 certainly but mine reliably shuts down every time I push 1.3V with LLC disabled so in the end I know I need a replacement. Whether that's an indictment of all AX1200's I cannot say but it surely is of mine...
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Ya they are from different OEMs but both should be good enough for 1200W minimum.

Would a 4930k overvolted and 2 Titans at 1.3V consume more than a 4770k at 1.35V and 2 KPEs at 1.42V? Bear in mind that I was pulling about 1300W from the wall so I was pushing the limits of my PSU here but no shutdowns or anything.

If Sandy Bridge E pulls 350-500 watts at 4.8, 1.4v Ivys can't be too far behind, but I havnt confirmed it. But definitely it will draw a lot more juice.

I Beleive Skupp said the new 780ti and Black titans are revised gk110 chips, which clock higher at lower voltages, which means clock for clock vanilla titans draw more power.
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If Sandy Bridge E pulls 350-500 watts at 4.8, 1.4v Ivys can't be too far behind, but I havnt confirmed it. But definitely it will draw a lot more juice.

I Beleive Skupp said the new 780ti and Black titans are revised gk110 chips, which clock higher at lower voltages, which means clock for clock vanilla titans draw more power.

I believe the more cores of the Titan Black and GTX 780 ti would negate the better revision chip using less power.
    
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I believe the more cores of the Titan Black and GTX 780 ti would negate the better revision chip using less power.

So, a 1.212 black at 1300mhz draws the same as a 1.3v 1300mhz vanilla?
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So, a 1.212 black at 1300mhz draws the same as a 1.3v 1300mhz vanilla?

Just saying my statement seems logical to me, I don't know for fact.

But If I had to guess, 1.28v Black and a 1.3v regular Titan would use the same power.

But who knows unless some who owns both does some tests.
    
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Just saying my statement seems logical to me, I don't know for fact.

But If I had to guess, 1.28v Black and a 1.3v regular Titan would use the same power.

But who knows unless some who owns both does some tests.

Seems pretty reasonable.

I wonder how much 880s will draw. We need quality 2500w PSUs .
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IDK about the 880, but I think we will see a 3000 core 225W card from maxwell.
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What the? A AX1200 can't handle two overclocked Titans?

Crap, and I bought mine for future proofing two years ago.

You absolutely can, but if you want to push them to the limit with x79, you're gonna come up short.

For gaming and other random things people do with their computers, most people will say the ax1200 is actually overkill.

Slick from Linus tech tips recommends a 760i for dual 780s. Imagine what he would say about a ax1200.

I really just depends on individual needs. My ax850 ran my titans just fine at 1.212v with CPU at stock speeds. OC the CPU and PC will shut down as soon as the gpus were under load.
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My ghetto looking rig :-p

The block is just there to complete the flow. Didn't feel like bending acrylic tubes. This brings me back to square 1. Since both EK blocks leaked how did water managed to rise over the block and into the gpu. I sure didn't see a trail from the top card.

How water made its way into my GPU is now a mystery. Unless water found a way to defy gravity.

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My ghetto looking rig :-p Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The block is just there to complete the flow. Didn't feel like bending acrylic tubes. This brings me back to square 1. Since both EK blocks leaked how did water managed to rise over the block and into the gpu. I sure didn't see a trail from the top card.

How water made its way into my GPU is now a mystery. Unless water found a way to defy gravity.


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