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Its very good it just has a horribly bad hybrid fan mode
Some are saying its actually more quiet if you just turn hybrid fan mode off and let the fan spin all the time

Eco mode on mine is off...I can't hear anything.
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I'm building a new rig with 8700k, Corsair H115i and Asus Strix GTX 1080Ti and some RGB lights. It's very hot where I live and with those components, the air inside the case might exceed 40*C even when everything is at idle. Some of the below psu's are semi-fanless, which means the fan will only start running when the psu is at certain load instead of a certain temp. I'm afraid that will make the psu shut itself down when it gets very hot inside the case but the load isn't high enough for the fan to run. Can you guys please tell me what you know about these PSU's and which one I should get:

- Super Flower Leadex 850W 80Plus Silver: This is the cheapest one. But I heard that it's semi fanless, so there's my fear.
- Super Flower Leadex II 850W 80Plus Gold: This seems to be a higher-end PSU from Super Flower Leadex. But I'm afraid that it's also semi fanless and it has its own type of cables, which can be hard to find compatible replacement/extension for.
- Corsair RM850X Modular 80Plus Gold: Also semi fanless.
- Seasonic Prime 850GD Active PFC 80Plus Gold: It seems to have two fan modes: semi-fanless and normal. Normal mode should keep it always cool. But i'm not sure about quality of Seasonic, I heard that only Platinum series and higher are worth buying.

Edit: 850w might be overkill for this build, but I want to have headroom for future upgrade/downgrade.
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You dont need that much wattage unless you are going to have two video cards
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Its very good it just has a horribly bad hybrid fan mode
Some are saying its actually more quiet if you just turn hybrid fan mode off and let the fan spin all the time
Hybdrid mode off, watercooled R7 1700+GTX 980 both overclocked, cannot hear the fan on G3 even during stress tests (around 400W power draw). With hybrid mode on I can hear the fan start and stop every now and then and it's really loud (I believe well over 1200rpm)
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