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Originally Posted by LUCKY89 View Post

If i needed a 1500w PSU and that was the cream of the crop then i would. I don't know if i'm digging my own grave by saying that but i feel the PSU is just as or more important then any other component. But thankfully I don't need that size PSU.

You sould look at a Super Flower Golden Green or Golden King or one of the many rebrand its sold as

Only problem they are semi modular

Or there are some of the other options

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies
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post #32 of 36
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Now you are just trolling or making fun of him

I set myself up for that biggrin.gif ... i don't mean to be arrogant, i just feel that this being my first build i want everything to be perfect as possible so if anything does go wrong i can't blame it on the parts.
post #33 of 36
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I set myself up for that biggrin.gif ... i don't mean to be arrogant, i just feel that this being my first build i want everything to be perfect as possible so if anything does go wrong i can't blame it on the parts.

Thats pretty normal and is not arrogant at least not what i think

Arrogant is something what happed to me eariler today
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LOL reading this is depressing as you're a "first time builder" and you're getting this beauty of a system ? aha thumb.gif Looks great so far, most people would bash you for the "16Gb of expensive/useless RAM" but I don't believe in that crap, Ram is good to overspend on, and PSU you seem to have sorted, 750W Rosewill is great quality so I double whoever mentioned it before, don't know what else to say xD if you're a first time builder make sure you just look into the watercooling alot if you don't know what you're doing, don't want to hurt those beautiful 780's wink.gif Good luck on this, and welcome to OCN btw thumb.gif
   
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Now you are just trolling or making fun of him
It was just for fun. No trolls or clowns, just fun. I think i conveyed that as best you can in textual format without me writing 'THIS IS A JOKE AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY' underneath, like the drug commercials you get in america with a million health warnings in them.
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Originally Posted by LUCKY89 View Post

If i needed a 1500w PSU and that was the cream of the crop then i would. I don't know if i'm digging my own grave by saying that but i feel the PSU is just as or more important then any other component. But thankfully I don't need that size PSU.
Nope i think you're dead right. if your PSU goes boom then it can take everything else with it. It's something a lot of people think they can be cheapskates with and end up regretting it when 'it' hits the fans. 'It' being the capacitors as they exploded. lol
Edited by crappy - 6/24/13 at 11:29pm
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It was just for fun. No trolls or clowns, just fun. I think i conveyed that as best you can in textual format without me writing 'THIS IS A JOKE AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY' underneath, like the drug commercials you get in america with a million health warnings in them.
Nope i think you're dead right. if your PSU goes boom then it can take everything else with it. It's something a lot of people think they can be cheapskates with and end up regretting it when 'it' hits the fans. 'It' being the capacitors as they exploded. lol

LOL yh i know you were joking around... I'm glad we're on the same page when it comes to the importance of PSU's. I know I could save using alternatives of certain components i have chosen, but the PSU is one of the components were price come second to quality.
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LOL reading this is depressing as you're a "first time builder" and you're getting this beauty of a system ? aha thumb.gif Looks great so far, most people would bash you for the "16Gb of expensive/useless RAM" but I don't believe in that crap, Ram is good to overspend on, and PSU you seem to have sorted, 750W Rosewill is great quality so I double whoever mentioned it before, don't know what else to say xD if you're a first time builder make sure you just look into the watercooling alot if you don't know what you're doing, don't want to hurt those beautiful 780's wink.gif Good luck on this, and welcome to OCN btw thumb.gif

Completely agree with anyone who says 16GB is useless, the issue i'm having is the STH10 is a Goliath of a case ( on top of that I have the XL window fitted in the side panel) in order to do the case justice I want to fill it up, plus the Dominator platinum's look damn sexy. lol

This is also the reason I'm going for dual D5 pumps i know i don't need it but without it the case will look so empty i suppose it means i can dial down the speed on each loop and hopefully reduce noise. I have been reading up on Watercooling 2 months prior to buying the case, also my friend has little bit more experience in this field... but this is going to be a big learning curve. Lastly thank you for your input.
Edited by LUCKY89 - 6/25/13 at 5:47am
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