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Originally Posted by KLEANupguy7 View Post

wow thanks on that awesome insight on psus:thumb:only prob with psus with high watt's is the efficiency of power under low usage.I would say best too plan your rig
out properly when running components with higher power requirements ie: tri and quad sli.But psus with platinum efficiency ratings seem too be taking off the ax***i range
looks epic,but for instance say i bought a 1000watt psu 8 or so years ago could it really compete with a modern psu??

No it would be blown away by even a good mid range PSU
Edited by shilka - 9/13/13 at 12:51pm
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Thanks everybody, I think I'm going to go for it.

Shilka, that video was awesome, thanks for pointing it out. I haven't heard any coil whine out of it, but even if there is I run pretty nice headset when I'm on the computer. Noise doesn't really bother me, just want good components in there. When I first built the rig I didn't do any PSU research and ended up shooting myself in the foot with a CX unit. Now that I'm getting ready to SLI I knew I had to get rid of it ASAP.

It'll at least be a good practice tool for individually sleeving cables thumb.gif
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