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Well if u plan on adding a second 760 and you're going to oc them and the 8350, a 500w psu will almost definitely fall short. A 650w with silver or gold rating will most likely be fine but a 750w is pretty much the safe bet, it will deliver plenty for what you're going to use it for. Also, if i recall correctly, most psu's are pretty inefficient when pushed to their limits.
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Well if u plan on adding a second 760 and you're going to oc them and the 8350, a 500w psu will almost definitely fall short. A 650w with silver or gold rating will most likely be fine but a 750w is pretty much the safe bet, it will deliver plenty for what you're going to use it for. Also, if i recall correctly, most psu's are pretty inefficient when pushed to their limits.

They certainly are, they're most efficient at about 50% load.
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TDP is not real world power draws they are max power draws

750 watts sould cover ANY system with two video cards in it you dont need more then that

But the point was dont get a Corsair TX750 when you can get some thats far better bang for buck

I don't want more than that. But I like the 750w standpoint. I haven't really looked into psu's and I am actually looking to find a better price/performance ratio. Just too lazy to look up OEM's. I dont really care about the corsair logo. If you could make some suggestions I'd be grateful.\
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No, not exactly. Plus 4 GHz is quite a low barrier; almost all 8320s can exceed that with even an H100i.

Believe it or not, there are few 9xxx chips floating around in comparison to the number of 83xxx chips. Think of it this way:
Old way: The top 50% of chips were labelled as 8350s while the bottom performing 50% were labelled as 8320s (this is excluding the fact that 6300s, 6350s, 4350s, and 4300s were ALL CPUs that were originally set out to be made into 8350s, but had defective cores or caches.)
New way: The bottom 50% are 8320s, the second top 45% are 8350s and the very top 5% of chips are 9xxxx series.

So yes, the very cream of the crop were made into 9xxx chips now, which is why I said to get an older 8350 if possible, but that is NOT to say that there arent amazing 8xxx's out there.

That is quite....relaxing? I was pretty worried that I'd have to revise the whole build again. Thanks man
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I don't want more than that. But I like the 750w standpoint. I haven't really looked into psu's and I am actually looking to find a better price/performance ratio. Just too lazy to look up OEM's. I dont really care about the corsair logo. If you could make some suggestions I'd be grateful.\
That is quite....relaxing? I was pretty worried that I'd have to revise the whole build again. Thanks man

Well can name tons of models but where are you from?
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Greece here but it doesnt matter all that much. Msi gtx 760 costs 350 eu here just so you get an idea of the prices. Ill be ordering over the net.
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Greece here but it doesnt matter all that much. Msi gtx 760 costs 350 eu here just so you get an idea of the prices. Ill be ordering over the net.

Well the Cooler Master V is what i consider best bang for buck outside of the US

Only problem is there is only 700 and 850 watts versions no 750

Its a Seasonic KM3 platform same PSU as the Seasonic X and Platinum as well as the Corsair AX760 but the V is cheaper then all those

www.overclock.net/t/1415919/cooler-master-power-supplies-information-thread
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