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If I sent you a PM of my whole build would you give me your opinion? I haven't done this in a couple years and could use a second opinion
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List it here, on the thread.
Also, there are better choices than the Silent Pro Gold, cheaper also.
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Originally Posted by Original Sin View Post

List it here, on the thread.
Also, there are better choices than the Silent Pro Gold, cheaper also.

Like I said I'm open to opinions, I really like that seasonic 1000w but I think I'm ganna stick with the cooler master 1200 gold, because I'm not worried about the price, im just trying to future proof this rig
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post #15 of 30
its not as much bout price as quality for the price all the units i list are all better then the cooler master

at a similar or better price

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151109

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817121091
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Originally Posted by obsidian86 View Post

its not as much bout price as quality for the price all the units i list are all better then the cooler master

at a similar or better price

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151109

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817121091

Out of the two witch would you think is better?
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post #17 of 30
I have the Seasonic (first newegg link) and am happy with it. The Kingwin is made by Super Flower. here are some reviews at Johny Guru for each PSU:

Seasonic X-1250W
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Performance (40% of the final score) - this is going to be a piece of cake to score. I require an average of 1% or better regulation in the hot box in order for no deductions here. This thing somehow managed to get under the 0.3% mark. Is that good? Let me ask you this... is breathing good? Is not being run over by a steamroller while listening to Cher Lloyd good? Is a having big mountain of money for a bed good? Of course it's good. And on this unit, the almost flawless regulation is only one of the ways it's awesome. No deductions will happen for the ripple, either, because that too is most definitely in the excellent range. The unit passed Gold efficiency as well, both cold and hot. No matter how you look at it, this thing's getting a 10.

Kingwin laser (aka Super Flower Golden Green 1300W)
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Performance (40% of the total score): The Super Flower Golden Green put out 1300W of power and did so while still being very efficient. The unit met the advertised 80 Plus Gold certification claims. Ripple and noise wasn't perfect, but it was very, very low. Acoustic noise was low too. The +12V regulation was very good showing only a 1.5% drop, but the +3.3V and +5V were somewhat disappointing, especially considering their relatively low combined output capability of only 120W. Over all I'm giving the Super Flower Golden Green 1300W a 9.5 for performance.

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post #18 of 30
Regarding the system..

1st. If this is a gaming oriented build, than just drop the X79 platform and go for a Z77 board (Maximus V FOrmula maybe) and a 3770K
2nd. If you're gonna' poor some money into this (and by the looks of it you will) you should probably drop the D14, add 30-40$ and get a Swiftech H220 (especially if you're sticking to the X79 platform)
3rd. Get a proper SSD.... prick something from the following... Samsung 840 Pro > OCZ Vector > Samsung 830
4th. The DD cards from XFX are far from the top Tahiti XT implementations, personally I'd pick two Asus Matrix cards
5th. While the above two suggested PSUs are excellent, they are severe overkill for a dual 7970 setup. You don't need and can't use that kind of power with such a system, and unless you plan on adding a 3rd card, such a high output PSU is a pointless expense.


ps. I'd get a Level 10 M mouse and maybe some 2.4Ghz G.Skill ram for color matching purposes. wink.gif
post #19 of 30
NZXT HALE90 850W or HALE90V2 850W. I have the same board, and the NZXT gives more stable voltage than any other PSU I've ever tried, and has almost zero ripple under even extreme load. It's the best PSU "under the radar". Also, the original meets Platinum efficiency standards, but was released when Gold was the top, and can't be retested.
   
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Just keep in mind he is toying with the idea of tri-firing 7970s. Once he said that, I started looking at the 1250w PSU and think 2011 is the right platform for him (anyone wanting to run 3 cards or more should run 2011 IMO).
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