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Thanks.

Getting? I have RIVE already but i didn't rush and replaced that Gigabyte board yet, i may keep that Gigabyte ne in the case i have already but i will take 3930K from Gigabyte board and out it on RIVE and i will have another case for that, and for RIVE+3930K combo i will go with some high end components, already have Samsung Pro 256GB SSD, the power i decided on that Seasonic one i ordered and will ignore that Corsair for return or for using with Gigabyte, the GPU will be either Titan or 690 or 2 680 or 780, i will go with one card now but i am not sure after 2-3 months i may add one more, and next year i am able to buy another 2 GPUs, what else?

So you will end up with 3 or 4 video cards in one system or what i dont really follow?

Or are all those video cards for two systems?
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So you will end up with 3 or 4 video cards in one system or what i dont really follow?

Or are all those video cards for two systems?

I will try to clarify it more and please let me know if it is clear then i can do more clarify.

I will have 3 systems:

System A:
i7- 3930K + Asus Rampage IV Extreme + 1-4 GPU

System B:
i7-3820[don't have it yet] + Gigabyte GA-X79-UD5 + 1-2 GPU

System C or 3:
ASRock Z77-Pro3 + 1GPU

I attached a PDF file of what is my planning on the systems i want to build, it can be open for discussion ofcourse.

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I will try to clarify it more and please let me know if it is clear then i can do more clarify.

I will have 3 systems:

System A:
i7- 3930K + Asus Rampage IV Extreme + 1-4 GPU

System B:
i7-3820[don't have it yet] + Gigabyte GA-X79-UD5 + 1-2 GPU

System C or 3:
ASRock Z77-Pro3 + 1GPU

I attached a PDF file of what is my planning on the systems i want to build, it can be open for discussion ofcourse.

Computers build.pdf 47k .pdf file

Alright since system A is not set yet i will leave that one out

System B you dont need more then 750 watts for two video cards and 550 watts with one video card same rule for system C

If you want 4 video cards in system A you might have problems finding a PSU that has 8 PCI-E cables something like a Lepa G 1600 watts or the new Lepa P 1500/1700 watts will have 8 cables what other units that have that i cant recall right now

The Corsair AX1200 and Seasonic X X1250 is very good for systems with 3 video cards less then that they are too overkill
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Alright since system A is not set yet i will leave that one out

System B you dont need more then 750 watts for two video cards and 550 watts with one video card same rule for system C

If you want 4 video cards in system A you might have problems finding a PSU that has 8 PCI-E cables something like a Lepa G 1600 watts or the new Lepa P 1500/1700 watts will have 8 cables what other units that have that i cant recall right now

The Corsair AX1200 and Seasonic X X1250 is very good for systems with 3 video cards less then that they are too overkill

Ok, so i will go with with 2 or 3 cards for system A and i will not think about 4th one, i am sure even 2 will be more than enough but 3 will give me more room if i want higher performance when i go for 3 monitors.

I already have 750 that i bought for first build but then this will be replaced by Seasonic, so i will keep that 750W and it is cheapo, but maybe it is not a high end one, maybe FSP 550W is a better choice, but then what i can do with this 3rd party 750W PSU?
   
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but then what i can do with this 3rd party 750W PSU?

Keep as a backup unit or sell it

If its a cheap unit dont use it

What is it anyway?
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Keep as a backup unit or sell it

If its a cheap unit dont use it

What is it anyway?

I don't think i can sell it or let's say it will not have any demand and i don't need money out of selling it, it is so cheap so selling it will not get me any good money.

I was thinking the same, as long it is 3rd party cheap one i don't want to use it, but i used it on the current ready rig now which is Gigabyte mobo with 3930K and 660Ti in Thermaltake Overseer case and no issue yet, but i understand your point not to use a cheap PSU for a reason.

It is the one in the attachment.

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Christ! J ust looking at it makes it wonder why it hasn't blown up your components yet!
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Christ! J ust looking at it makes it wonder why it hasn't blown up your components yet!

I am so happy it didn't happen yet, but it will not happen because i will take it out and replace it with a better brand or name or manufacturer or whatever biggrin.gif

Seasonic may come along soon as they called me to confirm the address, i hope it will be here very very soon.

I will go today to return back a case i bought and buy another case if available and then waiting that power supply, but also i am thinking to go with Asus Titan because they don't have 680/690, so i am left with 670 and Titan and that 780 they said it will be available after 2 months, i can't wait, Titan will be long time use for me even if that 700 series will come out very soon overseas,
   
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Just keep the Seasonic then but if you can return the Corsair and find something like say one of the FSP Aurum models or another from the list you sould

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies

How many video cards do you think you would have in the system you bought the AX1200 for?

550 watts max for a system with one video card and 750 watts max for two cards

750W for 2 videocards, i see people advise that alot but i disagree.

Say you have 2 "voltage" overclocked 7970's and a high overclock 3770K
Everything on 100% load will get you VERY close to 700W, no you dont normally do that but it doesnt mean your PSU should fail when you do.
Its also good to know your PSU wont blow up/shutdown if you do run everything on 100% load, thats why i would reccomend a bit more then 750W.... Say 850 or 900W.
Some headroom for the PSU to breathe and for future upgrade's

Then you got WC PC's with pumps, lots of lights, lots of harddrive's, even more overclocked graphics and CPU...... 750W would be insufficient i think

2x OC graphics... up to 500W on 12V
1x OC CPU...... up to 160W on 12V
4 harddrive's + SSD + pump + lights.. up to about 50W
Total up to about 710W.... i dont want to pull 710W from a 750W PSU.
Also alot of 750W PSU's dont have all the 750W on the 12V, normally about 700W then.
Didnt even put in the high amount of fans some people have.

I got a a AX750 and i am afraid to load everything in my PC to 100%.
Luckely i got a CM 1050 gold fully sleeved here waiting to go in... and yes 1050W is a bit to much but the price couldnt be beaten wink.gif
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In all cases, i think i better have minimum 850W in a system that may have a lot of things and some future upgrades, and telling me to go with 750W is like telling me go with the power that go to the maximum and no room, i will be always worry that my 750W will reach the limit or maximum and it will force me not to add/upgrade anything so i will not blow up anything.
   
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i7-3820 Gigabyte GA-X79-UD5 Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 660Ti Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB [2x 8GB] 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 840 series 128GB SSD Western Digital 2TB Black Caviar 7200rpm Corsair Hydro H60 Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Corsair AX1200 Thermaltake Overseer RX-I VN700M A4Tech G11-570HX Internal with motherboard 
CPURAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Intel i7-2630QM Kingston 16GB 1600MHz Samsung 840 Pro 512GB Bluray burner 
OS
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
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