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My 840 EVOs say that they require up to 0.86A and that they run on 5V power. That's up to 4.3W per drive. 4.3 x 3 is only 12.9W. So, no. The +5V capacity of the AX860 is 125W, and here's typically what runs on 5V power:


This is a little outdated, but solid state drives do run on 5V power.

So, I guess it's possible that you have a defective PSU.

3 defective psu's you mean?? All 860's shutdown under same load....gotta be a wire. Thanks for the info about the rails thumb.gif
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Corsair Link is known to be junk software though unless they resolved that recently?

Well, corsair link was my second opinion. The kill-a-watt and corsair link are giving me the same readings about power consumption.
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3 defective psu's you mean?? All 860's shutdown under same load....gotta be a wire. Thanks for the info about the rails thumb.gif
Well, corsair link was my second opinion. The kill-a-watt and corsair link are giving me the same readings about power consumption.

 

Oh. I apologize for forgetting about the 3 different AX860s. I'm quite handicapped with a cold virus right now.

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Oh. I apologize for forgetting about the 3 different AX860s. I'm quite handicapped with a cold virus right now.

Not at all, thanks for the input biggrin.gif
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I would try OpenhardwareMonitor, I hear its a good program to use
    
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I would try OpenhardwareMonitor, I hear its a good program to use

For power consumption readings??

Also the rails on the 860's were all well within tolerance when they shutdown according to hardware monitors, and the PSU's did not exhibit any other issues besides under max load
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yep, again Im not all here today lol, trying to do a few things at work and here is probably not a good idea
    
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yep, again Im not all here today lol, trying to do a few things at work and here is probably not a good idea

None-the-less, I appreciate your help in troubleshooting
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Question to you guys about amperage....The ax860 provides 71 amps on the 12v rail, now the 780ti is rated to use about 42 but don't know how much for sli......Could it be possible the the 12v rail was getting overloaded even though the wattage of the unit itself was not exceeded
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Question to you guys about amperage....The ax860 provides 71 amps on the 12v rail, now the 780ti is rated to use about 42 but don't know how much for sli......Could it be possible the the 12v rail was getting overloaded even though the wattage of the unit itself was not exceeded

42A x 12V = 480 Watts. The 42A ratings are for Peak-Power garbage PSUs that say 750w Peak but are more like 400W units.
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42A x 12V = 480 Watts. The 42A ratings are for Peak-Power garbage PSUs that say 750w Peak but are more like 400W units.

Thanks exxon.....But I'm talking about SLi overclocked though. I know it doesn't exactly double but wouldn't it be very close with only 71 amps for two 42 amp cards. Just to update you, I'm asking because I've shutdown 3 Ax 860's with 780ti sli and I want to know what went wrong
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