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10% off topic but................5000GHz is going to need some more power...

5Ghz or 5000Mhz.....
    
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

If you have too much power left over it will drop the efficiency

So you will need to be sure you are going to be doing 3 video cards

Newer video cards wont use more power as video card power draws have been almost the same for as long as i can recall

Think its more likely they will use less

And if you dont overclock anything 800 watts can power 3 video cards

Great answers! Will think about it. Thanks a lot smile.gif
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post #23 of 24
Absolute best bang for the bucks right now.

A. XFX 850w Black Edition PS. Its a Seasonic KM3 unit. $115 shipped at NCIX (The Coolermaster V series PS are also KM3 units, but without hybrid fan mode switch)

B. EVGA Supernova G2 1000w PS: Its a SF Leadex unit. $149 shipped from NCIX again.

Both fantastic top tier power supplies........not going to find a better bang for the buck regardless of which way you go. Both are gold rated(both will deliver platinum spec at room temps)full modular units.
Edited by ZippyPinhead - 11/26/13 at 2:30pm
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Zillerella View Post

5Ghz or 5000Mhz.....
In the OP they accidentally put 5000GHz.
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