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post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by Pike View Post

The Seasonic also comes with a warranty period of seven years: http://www.seasonicusa.com/NEW_X-series_KM3_650-750-850.htm
Or are you perhaps talking about a different model?

http://www.seasonicusa.com/NEW_X-series_560-660-760-850.htm

I don't know, are you? I have no idea which one is more current lol.
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by JJ1217 View Post

http://www.seasonicusa.com/NEW_X-series_560-660-760-850.htm

I don't know, are you? I have no idea which one is more current lol.

The KM3 Seasonics are the newest iteration of X-series PSUs.
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post #43 of 49
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The KM3 Seasonics are the newest iteration of X-series PSUs.
Yes indeed. And the only one that is: ErP Lot 6 2013 compliant is seems. Which is required for sales in Europe.
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by Tsumi View Post

The KM3 Seasonics are the newest iteration of X-series PSUs.

Lucky me, i ordered the M12ii 750 W and paid 125$ USD, but the seller didnt have ready stock and they shipped a X-750KM3 with no additional cost.. i received it today--- Faith in Humanity Restored smile.gif
Edited by notea - 5/15/13 at 1:41am
post #45 of 49
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Lucky me, i ordered the M12ii 750 W and paid 125$ USD, but the seller didnt have ready stock and they shipped a X-750KM3 with no additional cost.. i received it today--- Faith in Humanity Restored smile.gif

LUCKY! My 850W M12II was the worst PSU I've ever owned. IT WAS SO F****** loud!
post #46 of 49
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

Look here:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?p=95836

They all vote Seasonic.

and so do I thumb.gif
post #47 of 49
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Ok, finally installed the X-750-KM3, should I use the single "Y" 8 pin PCIe cable which splits into 2 x 6+2 Pin to power my GTX 670 or should I use two cables?
post #48 of 49
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Ok, finally installed the X-750-KM3, should I use the single "Y" 8 pin PCIe cable which splits into 2 x 6+2 Pin to power my GTX 670 or should I use two cables?

You can use one cable without problems
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post #49 of 49
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You can use one cable without problems
Yea, i am using in right now and its working flawlessly, but then i've read that a single 8 Pin PCIe can deliver up to 150W and the PCIe slot gives 75W, making the total output to 225W, now at reference clocks, a GTX 670 will draw around 170W on full load, but if overclocked to around 1050Mhz, it draws around 205-210W, and i OC mine to 1070Mhz meaning it'll draw around 215W, do you think im at the limit of a single 8 pin?
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