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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

No i cant where did you find this info?

Sounds like you misunderstood something or someone is trolling you
Most likely misunderstanding someone's power numbers for an entire OC'd system.
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post #12 of 14
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Most likely misunderstanding someone's power numbers for an entire OC'd system.

Which is the second time in two days

Is no one fact checking anything these days?

Not trying to be rude just asking

Also a common mistake many make with the Lepa G 1600 is its a multi rail PSU

So they overload one or more of the rails and then think the PSU is too small
Edited by shilka - 11/9/13 at 12:09pm
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post #13 of 14
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So I'd better use my 2x EVGA SN 1300W G2, these have single-rail :b

I have these PSU's but I dont want to use all of them :b

I build rigs for other persons, thats the Reason.
My modified Titans had no problem pulling more than 500W out of a PSU... I measured it!

I just want to overclock my R9 290X, maybe also with LN2 smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Bull56 View Post

So I'd better use my 2x EVGA SN 1300W G2, these have single-rail :b

I have these PSU's but I dont want to use all of them :b

I build rigs for other persons, thats the Reason.
My modified Titans had no problem pulling more than 500W out of a PSU... I measured it!

I just want to overclock my R9 290X, maybe also with LN2 smile.gif

You measured power draw for your whole PC or you did something wrong

Unless you can break the laws of physics you are not pulling 500 watts from a video card

Here watch this

Only thing wrong in this video is the part about efficiency

Lets add 3 more 300 watts video cards on to that and you get 1280 watts

Lets add another 150 watts for no reason and you are still doing 1430 watts

Therefore i say 1600 watts is more then enough
Edited by shilka - 11/9/13 at 12:43pm
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