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He showed a review that shows better voltage regulation on the 3.3V and 5V outputs, not better ripple suppression.

Anyway, again: 650W is enough to power your planned build with two 780s in it (with all due respect to shilka, power consumption is not his field; it's mine);

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_780_sli_review,4.html

With two GTX 780s under full load in their system, their PSU pulled 544W from the wall outlet. Their CPU was idling, so I have to add about 125W for the 4770K overclocked with air cooling (or with a good AIO cooler). This makes the PSU pulling 669W from the wall outlet. This means that if the PSU is 90% efficient while pulling 669W from the wall, then the computer is pulling 602W from the PSU. Your power consumption while gaming will be even lower than that, peaking at around 550-575W. That won't be the constant power consumption while gaming - it will be the peak.

This means that a good quality-made 650W PSU like the PSU's we've mentioned so far is plenty.

I agree power consumption is not my field i dont claim i know 100% what i am saying all the time about power consumption.
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post #32 of 63
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He showed a review that shows better voltage regulation on the 3.3V and 5V outputs, not better ripple suppression.

Anyway, again: 650W is enough to power your planned build with two 780s in it (with all due respect to shilka, power consumption is not his field; it's mine);

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_780_sli_review,4.html

With two GTX 780s under full load in their system, their PSU pulled 544W from the wall outlet. Their CPU was idling, so I have to add about 125W for the 4770K overclocked with air cooling (or with a good AIO cooler). This makes the PSU pulling 669W from the wall outlet. This means that if the PSU is 90% efficient while pulling 669W from the wall, then the computer is pulling 602W from the PSU. Your power consumption while gaming will be even lower than that, peaking at around 550-575W. That won't be the constant power consumption while gaming - it will be the peak.

This means that a good quality-made 650W PSU like the PSU's we've mentioned so far is plenty.
but didn't he link to a comparison of the two here?: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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XFX XTR is a fully modular version of the Seasonic G

You can compare the two here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1430448/4-mid-range-psu-s-compared

And I understand the math there, and I get what you're saying, so I'm assuming that by my power consumption you mean one GPU, because in the link you posted they recommend at least 800W minimum for two GTX 780s in SLI. I mean, I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just a bit confused, sorry!
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but didn't he link to a comparison of the two here?: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

And I understand the math there, and I get what you're saying, so I'm assuming that by my power consumption you mean one GPU, because in the link you posted they recommend at least 800W minimum for two GTX 780s in SLI. I mean, I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just a bit confused, sorry!

They recommend a 800 watts PEAK rated PSU not an 800 watts continuous rated PSU
A peak rated PSU is junk that cant do its rated wattage 24/7 which a continuous rated PSU can.
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but didn't he link to a comparison of the two here?: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

And I understand the math there, and I get what you're saying, so I'm assuming that by my power consumption you mean one GPU, because in the link you posted they recommend at least 800W minimum for two GTX 780s in SLI. I mean, I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just a bit confused, sorry!

 

No, I am talking about two 780s. Like I said, "with two 780s under full load....."

 

That 800W power supply recommendation is for peak-rated PSUs. The typical peak-rated 800W PSU would have a +12V capacity of about 576W, which is the same +12V capacity of the cheap and low-quality Corsair CX600. ;) We are recommending high-quality 650W PSUs that have a +12V capacity of 648W.

 

Anyway, I thought we were comparing the XTR to the Capstone before. My only problem with the SeaSonic G Series is its EPS12V cable is 2 inches shorter than the Rosewill's. I was looking at replacing my old HX650 with a 550W G Series, but my HX650's EPS12V is the same length as the Rosewill's. I don't know how long the EPS12V cables are for the other good 550W PSUs, so I'd need to ask.

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post #35 of 63
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No, I am talking about two 780s. Like I said, "with two 780s under full load....."

That 800W power supply recommendation is for peak-rated PSUs. The typical peak-rated 800W PSU would have a +12V capacity of about 576W, which is the same +12V capacity of the cheap and low-quality Corsair CX600. wink.gif We are recommending high-quality 650W PSUs that have a +12V capacity of 648W.

Anyway, I thought we were comparing the XTR to the Capstone before. My only problem with the SeaSonic G Series is its EPS12V cable is 2 inches shorter than the Rosewill's. I was looking at replacing my old HX650 with a 550W G Series, but my HX650's EPS12V is the same length as the Rosewill's. I don't know how long the EPS12V cables are for the other good 550W PSUs, so I'd need to ask.

AH, sorry, I thought you were referring to the article specifically.

I see I see, so the peak rating isn't important, then?

Didn't Shilka say that the XFX XTR is just a fully modular version of the Seasonic G?...

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post #36 of 63
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AH, sorry, I thought you were referring to the article specifically.

I see I see, so the peak rating isn't important, then?

Didn't Shilka say that the XFX XTR is just a fully modular version of the Seasonic G?...

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I appreciate the recommendation, thank you guys!

XFX XTR is a fully modular version of the Seasonic G only thing they changed besides fully modular is a hybrid fan mode.

You know if the Cooler Master V650S had 4 PCI-E cables instead of just 2 that could have been an option for you, but a 650 watts with 2 PCI-E cables is pretty much useless for SLI/Crossfire
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post #37 of 63
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AH, sorry, I thought you were referring to the article specifically.

I see I see, so the peak rating isn't important, then?

Didn't Shilka say that the XFX XTR is just a fully modular version of the Seasonic G?...

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The XTR is based on the SeaSonic S12G, not the G Series. The S12G is a non-modular PSU, so XFX went and made a fully modular version of it. The SeaSonic G Series is a modular series of PSUs, and is slightly older than the S12G units.

 

Anyway, none of the PSUs that are safe to recommend are peak-rated. They are all continuous-rated, meaning that they can deliver their rated wattage 24/7 if it's ever needed.

 

 

Shilka: Say "S12G" instead. Saying "SeaSonic G" sounds like you're talking about the SeaSonic G Series. So, you gotta say "S12G" instead. I would even go as far as saying "...not to be confused with the SeaSonic G Series, which is different and slightly older".


Edited by TwoCables - 5/16/14 at 7:03am
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post #38 of 63
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The XTR is based on the SeaSonic S12G, not the G Series. The S12G is a non-modular PSU, so XFX went and made a fully modular version of it. The SeaSonic G Series is a modular series of PSUs, and is slightly older than the S12G units.

Anyway, none of the PSUs that are safe to recommend are peak-rated. They are all continuous-rated, meaning that they can deliver their rated wattage 24/7 if it's ever needed.


Shilka: Say "S12G" instead. Saying "SeaSonic G" sounds like you're talking about the SeaSonic G Series. So, you gotta say "S12G" instead. I would even go as far as saying "...not to be confused with the SeaSonic G Series, which is different and slightly older".

As far as i understood it XFX TS is the Seasonic S12G rebranded.
And the XFX XTR is the Seasonic G series rebranded they just took the G series and made it fully modular
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As far as i understood it XFX TS is the Seasonic S12G rebranded.
And the XFX XTR is the Seasonic G series rebranded they just took the G series and made it fully modular

 

Oh, ok. My fault. Thank you!

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So the Seasonic G is not as good as the S12G? Therefore the XTR is better than a Seasonic G, in turn making the Rosewill mentioned better than the Season G as well?

Oh okay, I'm sorry for the tons of questions, but where does the 800W in the peak-rated PSU come from, then? Does every PSU have a peak and continuous rating?
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