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Well Ed on the bright side - lets say I am so lucky that the RM1000 actually brakes down and takes the motherboard, the cpu, the graphic card etc with it in the process (Witch is very unlikely) I will just get new stuff on the warrenty. Yes, a few weeks again without a computer, but then with all the fun to rebuild smile.gif

I have never tried that before though I have had a few psu's pop it has always just been the psu, nothing else in the system. - Not even back in the PIII days.
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Yeah well my Whine/Buzz changes frequency depending on what you are looking at in game.
If I rotate quickly the frequency goes up and down.

Is this the recommended PS but most of the guru's here..lol
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=27012


http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&file=print&reid=346

"Summary

EVGA's second ever submission to this site just happens to be absolutely fantastic. The Supernova G2 1000 watt unit is stable, it's low on ripple, and it's plenty efficient. Just like the box said it was. And it's affordable, too. Folks, don't worry about the bragging rights the NEX1500 would give you... this right here is the EVGA unit to own, and I am really looking forward to taking a look at big brother 1300W before too long. If that unit is as good as this one is... look out, competition.

The Good:

excellent ripple control
excellent voltage stability
affordable
fully modular
nice looking
10 year warranty
The Bad:

nothing, really
The Mediocre:

some cable length issues"


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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&file=print&reid=346

"Summary

EVGA's second ever submission to this site just happens to be absolutely fantastic. The Supernova G2 1000 watt unit is stable, it's low on ripple, and it's plenty efficient. Just like the box said it was. And it's affordable, too. Folks, don't worry about the bragging rights the NEX1500 would give you... this right here is the EVGA unit to own, and I am really looking forward to taking a look at big brother 1300W before too long. If that unit is as good as this one is... look out, competition.

The Good:

excellent ripple control
excellent voltage stability
affordable
fully modular
nice looking
10 year warranty
The Bad:

nothing, really
The Mediocre:

some cable length issues"


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Ed, perhaps it is me, but I do not care about 10 years warrenty. I never owned any hardware for much more than a year and a half anyway, but okay, this is my hobby and it is also my work, so I guess I put a bit to much cash into it really. - According to the wife I most definitely do smile.gif

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Edited by Wrathier - 4/10/14 at 8:41pm
post #9834 of 16481
Wow, that's really pink!!
post #9835 of 16481
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Wow, that's really pink!!

Actually it is Dark Red and Dark blue the room, check out this link: http://computer.bazoom.com/dk/galleri/billeder/7219-stationaer-selvbyg-asus-rog-2014-build-1 better pictures, I do not know why my digi cam renders the colour so funny on that particulair image lol smile.gif

I know the cable management is rather bad, I am getting my cable kit soon and I am on the way to move the hardware into my Fractal Design ARC XL chassis, so this is just a temporary though working build. - The cpu cooler as well, I am waiting for my XSPC RayStorm D5 EX360 WaterCooling Kit to arrive sometime next week hopefully.
Edited by Wrathier - 4/10/14 at 9:09pm
post #9836 of 16481
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Well Ed on the bright side - lets say I am so lucky that the RM1000 actually brakes down and takes the motherboard, the cpu, the graphic card etc with it in the process (Witch is very unlikely) I will just get new stuff on the warrenty. Yes, a few weeks again without a computer, but then with all the fun to rebuild smile.gif

I have never tried that before though I have had a few psu's pop it has always just been the psu, nothing else in the system. - Not even back in the PIII days.

I have a full house insurance for that! tongue.gif
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Ed, perhaps it is me, but I do not care about 10 years warrenty. I never owned any hardware for much more than a year and a half anyway, but okay, this is my hobby and it is also my work, so I guess I put a bit to much cash into it really. - According to the wife I most definitely do smile.gif

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its not me either; its Jonny´s words not mine! tongue.gif
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Lol just got e-mail I qualify for the THE NEW EVGA GEFORCE GTX 780 6GB STEP-UP program.... lmao no way.
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Lol just got e-mail I qualify for the THE NEW EVGA GEFORCE GTX 780 6GB STEP-UP program.... lmao no way.

See if they allow you to step up to the GTX 880! tongue.gif




This is speculative info! thumb.gif
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post #9839 of 16481
If they do, that would be interesting - MUCH more interesting smile.gif - what do you think the changes are?
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See if they allow you to step up to the GTX 880! tongue.gif




This is speculative info! thumb.gif

I sure hope it's speculative. 256-bit?
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