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It's what i have now. Basically the rig in my sig but instead of a 480 3 5970's atm
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I'd stick with 3 personally, especially if you plan on mining with this thing for multiple months (or years) to come smile.gif
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Corsair HX1000 is not a true 1000 watts

its two 500 watts slapped together
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post #14 of 14

And the HX1000 has an issue with ripple on the +3.3V rail, which can harm some delicate components.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/722251/on-psu-voltages

 

I apologize for the delay. I completely forgot that I received an e-mail telling me that I was mentioned!

 

Anyway, what has caused you to think that your power consumption might be 1050W? Multiply whatever number you see on your Kill A Watt by .80 for the 80+ Efficiency. That is your approximate power draw being pulled out of the PSU (it's being taken from the PSUs advertised continuous capacity of 1000W).


Edited by TwoCables - 12/5/13 at 4:08am
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