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post #11 of 16
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Cant get them where i am any recommendation? corsair hx760 look good i think it based on seasonic? any idea on that one


and do you trust my antec for my 7950? not going to overclock...

HX750 is CWT not Seasonic

Easier to look at the list yourself

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

Its not been updated i a while so units like the NZXT HALE 82 V2 and the HighPower Astro PT is not on there yet
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post #12 of 16
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ah i mean ax760 sorry
post #13 of 16
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ah i mean ax760 sorry

AX760 is Seasonic KM3

Cheapest KM3 is the Cooler Master V
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post #14 of 16
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Seriously just looked on google for my psu and read something about 7950 power consumption peak at 157w I curently have a gts250 1gb that it rated 150w tdp 124w peak i seen somewhere

And one from HardwareCanut author: SKYMTL

To say we were impressed by these results would be a massive understatement. Due to the highly efficient 28nm manufacturing process HD 7950 was able to post simply incredible power consumption numbers. With a max board power (which should hardly ever be attained unless the core is heavily overclocked) of just 200W


Another Anandtech Author: Russian Sensations

(Did any review ever test how much in % terms or stability wise do power supplies degrade with time? Still would be an interesting review.

That Antec VP-450 appears to have been manufactured by FSP. That's not a budget manufacturer toyota. That's actually a very good company, 5th largest PSU vendor in the world.

It handled 449W of power @ 47.2*C, while being loaded 186W from each 12V rail. This Antec unit looks way underrated. It's more like a 550W, not a 450W. ~February 2012 Review. But wait a second, there is more.

Overloaded Stress Testing
553W of power at the PSU level (731W at AC outlet) @ 48.5*C ==> 264W from each 12V rail!!! This this is a monster. It's more like a real 600W+, not a 450W PSU.


A user Papas (Pg. 4) said he is running Q9550 + GTX560Ti without problems on this unit. The peak power of a 560Ti is just 3W lower than an after-market 7950, while we know Q9550 is a lot more power hungry than a 2500K is.)




Ok i fried 1 raidmax 450 was the 5v that was dead... 1 coolermaster 500w doing spark weehee but in over 900 days of work time on the hdd... These are cheap crap that are overrated...


My vp450 is not that bad but if you seriously think it dangerous i do the upgrade but i think it going to take more time for me to get the gpu (money)

still my gts250 is fine except in bf3 because Nvidia are leaving me with stutter.. mad.gif


Thank seriously for helping biggrinsmiley.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 9/30/13 at 7:15pm
post #15 of 16
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That one any idea look good but i cant find review on ripple and cap brand EVGA 600W 80Plus Bronze Certified Power Supply (100-B1-0600-KR)

I want to go under 100$ and i buy from Canada Computer if you can help me and look on this site smile.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 9/30/13 at 8:51pm
post #16 of 16
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That one any idea look good but i cant find review on ripple and cap brand EVGA 600W 80Plus Bronze Certified Power Supply (100-B1-0600-KR)

I want to go under 100$ and i buy from Canada Computer if you can help me and look on this site smile.gif

Thats a HEC unit

From what i recall its was just barely alright

The fact thats its HEC just make me feel like dont bother
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