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Originally Posted by CaliLife17 View Post

so what are 2x 780 Ti KPEs with EK blocks (acetal + Nickel) and Original KPE backplates worth. If I remember correctly my cards also have consecutive serial #s but have to go back and check the boxes. Going to sell mine, now that i switched over to Titan X's.

Thanks
i remember one fellow OCN member sold his slightly used KPEs for around $375 (shipped) about 2 months ago. I imagine it might be a tough sell if price gets close to 980 range.
post #7972 of 8146
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i remember one fellow OCN member sold his slightly used KPEs for around $375 (shipped) about 2 months ago. I imagine it might be a tough sell if price gets close to 980 range.

Ya I was thinking $400-450 with EK block, original fan cooler. Probably start then and take an offer below it. Did that seller have water blocks, or was it just stock GPU and cooler?
     
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post #7973 of 8146
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Originally Posted by TobbbeSWE View Post

It sure does when i comes to efficiency. One of the first digital PSUs on the market the AX1200i. It should not be compared with the normal AX1200.
Johhny guru gave it a 9.6! http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&file=print&reid=300

But it's wierd that my example just shut down like that.. Hmm i will test with different PCI-E outs and cables tomorrow. It's 01:38PM here.
Maybe i can make it draw more evenly from several rails. wink.gif

I've heard much about the EVGA supplys to. smile.gif
theres a reason I compared the 2, theres an article from shammy or someone going extensively into how the 1200AX is better for some pretty simple reason

fact: all evga g2 1300 is, is a platinum superflower leadex 1200
post #7974 of 8146
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Originally Posted by CaliLife17 View Post

Ya I was thinking $400-450 with EK block, original fan cooler. Probably start then and take an offer below it. Did that seller have water blocks, or was it just stock GPU and cooler?
no waterblock, just stock gpu and cooler. His initial asking price was around ~450 i think, then he lowered it down couple of days later.
post #7975 of 8146
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Originally Posted by TobbbeSWE View Post

I can now confirm that it's the PSU thats the bottleneck. Did some test with lower volts and the rig stay's fine howering 1000-1100W. But when i reach 1300ish from the wall the psu shuts down. Roughly 1200W out to the system.

It's a Platinum supply with both single and multi rail option "OCP"

Even when i disable OCP the supply shuts down. :/
This surly is a problem. I think that a 1200W platinum power supply should be able to deliver power past 1200W without doing these hard shutdown's.
It's one of the most expensive ones out there.mad.gif

well, that sucks! because in my opinion these highend units should be able to handle more than the rated performance! as i said the best psu i ever had was the enermax revolution 1250, that thing never quits!
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theres a reason I compared the 2, theres an article from shammy or someone going extensively into how the 1200AX is better for some pretty simple reason

fact: all evga g2 1300 is, is a platinum superflower leadex 1200

to be honest i like seasonic and enermax, they seem to be more durable
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lol go talk to shilka, I am not gonna say seasonic is bad, there are just better options.

and these EVGA PSUs have either a 7 or 10 yyear warranty so I am not worried about it.

enermax? durable? lachen.gif
post #7978 of 8146
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Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

lol go talk to shilka, I am not gonna say seasonic is bad, there are just better options.

and these EVGA PSUs have either a 7 or 10 yyear warranty so I am not worried about it.

enermax? durable? lachen.gif

are you serious? i have never had any problems with enermax! maybe i was just lucky with mine....
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I have never heard of enermax as a go to for quality performance or reliability.

anyways, who puts their name on it frankly isn't worthh a damn, most of them are made by OEMs and rebadged for whatever company moves them

If you got a good enermax, its probably not enermax
post #7980 of 8146
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Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

I have never heard of enermax as a go to for quality performance or reliability.

anyways, who puts their name on it frankly isn't worthh a damn, most of them are made by OEMs and rebadged for whatever company moves them

If you got a good enermax, its probably not enermax

Enermax was one of the tops back in the day, like "Enermax Revolution 85+ 1050W" for instance:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=138

Haven't really looked at them recently. My last psu from them was an ENERMAX GALAXY EVO 1250w. But I prefer single 12v rail from now on.
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