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Thermaltake Smart series 750w. Currently in my sig rig.

Honestly I would buy a new PSU, but if you must just make sure you undervolt them.
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Mining has exploded. Remember that ~2000 of those posts happened within the past month or so rolleyes.gif

I'll believe it when I see it smile.gif
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Since September AMD has captured 70% of the GPU market thanx to scrypt miners like LTC helmetsmiley.png

Nvidia must be scrambling...

source: https://twitter.com/thenotablecalls/status/410428647158202369
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I'll believe it when I see it smile.gif

The more interest in cryptocurrency, the better smile.gif
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Honestly I would buy a new PSU, but if you must just make sure you undervolt them.

What wattage would you recommend?
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I also need a new PSU. Using an OCZ 750w to power two overclocked 7950s, CPU, MOBO, and four fan controllers and a Corsair CX500 to power the three MCP655's and the third overclocked 7950 in that loop


Oooooh, scary! biggrin.gif I've got a completely dead 700w OCZ ModXtreme sitting across the room from me right now. Serious piece of ..... that one was. If they hadn't gone under, OCZ & it's subsidiaries wouldn't get another penny out of me ever again. 2 generations of OCZ ssd's failed that I've owned: (2) Vertex, a Vertex Turbo, & a Vertex 2. And just to be on the level, I used to be a big fan of them up until the DDR2 days, but now I wouldn't touch them if they were the only choice left. -_-

I'd look into replacing that power supply post-haste, just my $.02 on the matter. wink.gif


I'm running an MCP-35X from my Apogee Drive II for the moment, in place of my dual Liang DDC 3.25's that seized while shelved for the last year & a half (I've been running a m-itx system w/ no room for all of that biggrin.gif). I need to disassemble them & figure out what's the problem, because both have the DIYINHK Toshiba pwm controller upgrade kits, & Koolance heatsink cases. It's a decent bit of scratch I've invested in those pumps to just let it go to waste.


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However the case does not really support it so going to have to get crazy with the zip-ties I think..

If I didn't have my Lian Li T-60 & components for a loop just hanging around, I'd seriously be looking at the milk crate/risers/box fan solution instead of a case. All my future miner builds will be going that route for certain. smile.gif
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What invite is that? If you are looking to get into LiteGuardian I can hook ya up... Someone else did me the favor so I can pay it forward... Just PM your email...


Thanks for the offer! I'd be happy to take you up on it, except that someone else has already offered me a LiteGuardian invite tonight, & I'd rather not snub them. smile.gif I was referring to a private pool for WDC that I'm looking forward to getting into in the post. But seriously, thanks again. If I'm in need, I'll let you know. wink.gifthumb.gif
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You got a nice card with the TF3. My 7950 is XFX basically crap compared to yours (can't even change voltage) but at $200 I can't complain. I have a Silencer PSU as well, 600w version, so far has been holding well and been mining almost a week straight. I would have thought PCP&C had good power supplies. But that's all the graphics cards I can support anyways. My only regret going mini ITX with my current build is not being able to add more!

My Silencer was good for about a year, then it started slowly degrading to the point where I had to drop below factory clocks on my unlocked 6950. That was when I didn't have a choice & had to RMA it. I don't know if it's a trend with them, but keep an eye on it under load. PCP&C did have great PSU's, before the OCZ aquisition, then it seems like they went down hill quality wise. At least, from my own personal experiences with them.

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Yea Tf3 7970 pcb 7950s are Beast mode.. " i may never sell mine " 1350mhz/1900mhz on the mem.


For real! I doubt that I've actually found the hard limit on mine. That was just all I could get on a z77e-itx with 3570k at 4.8 Ghz & a single 240mm UT-60 cooling everything in a TJ-08E.. Mini-pocket rocket! biggrin.gif

Pretty impressive clocks you got on yours though, noice! thumb.gif
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If I didn't have my Lian Li T-60 & components for a loop just hanging around, I'd seriously be looking at the milk crate/risers/box fan solution instead of a case. All my future miner builds will be going that route for certain. smile.gif

Yea, right now I've kinda set up the 2nd GPU as a dedicated miner and the first GPU more on and off... This is my everyday gaming rig primarily and too many kids/animals in this house that I just feel safer in the haf... If I were to build a dedicated miner then yea I'd go the milk crate/box fan route as well I think..

And yea np about the invite, if ya need it just let me know..
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What wattage would you recommend?

Rock out a nice 1250w so you can eventually add a 3rd 280x biggrin.gif
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I think I might buy some extra components to make myself a little designated mining rig with my 6870 in it for now.
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