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post #11 of 16
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First at all , thank you for the answer and for the time u are spending over my requests.
Yeah i knew a bit about it, just wanted to check with some more experienced people like u.
I really do think i will go for g1 next week, most of people are telling me it's not worth like u said.
About the psu, it's okay, i got what u want to mean, if i do spend more in a psu, ill save money during the entire time ill use my computer with this psu on and i will also get better perfomance stability and safety.
I looked out over some 80+ platinum psus, in my searches, i cannot find anything by a good brand, at 700-750 w under about 150 euro or so...
I specify, im searching for a 700-750 W psu cause i wanna be full safe for a secondary time on my computer i would have a SLI of 2 nvidia 970, my system is on a z97-g45 gaming mobo, i5 4670k, 6 standard 14 cm airflow fans, just a few blue leds, i plan to have a PSU which could be full stable at the best performance and power saving possible in the time ill have this pc (ill never have more to 2 sli 970 , else i would change my motherboard or the entire computer) . can you suggest me what would be my target max wattage psu amount search (if to 600-700 or +) and maybe help me to link me some 80+% platinum or least gold psu at a good price? thank you so much again.
post #12 of 16
maybe you can squeeze this into your budget? http://www.amazon.it/Corsair-CP-9020045-EU-Alimentatore-Completamente-Certificazione/dp/B009Z53CG0/
post #13 of 16
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its okay for me, i think i can manage it, but then i would have not many money over for other things. I looked over a very similar thing to this one, always by corsair: http://www.amazon.it/Corsair-CP-9020082-EU-Alimentatore-Completamente-Certificazione/dp/B00ZRL7IAW/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1456253168&sr=1-3&keywords=corsair+750+w
this is also 80+ gold and it should have all connectors i do need for the max setting i preview to have (sli 970).
I looked for this on the infos of the psus you suggested me until now, do you think this last one might be anyways ok for my pc? else i would just keep thinking about the one u posted.
the differences i think they might be the one u posted is 80+ platinum , this one 80+gold, yours do have even too many connectors for what i need, im not sure ill ever use them, the price goes between 168+11 to 144 free shipping.
Edited by SC2Steven - 2/23/16 at 10:53am
post #14 of 16
well they are both fully modular so you can only plug in cables you'll be using and not all.
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by SC2Steven View Post

its okay for me, i think i can manage it, but then i would have not many money over for other things. I looked over a very similar thing to this one, always by corsair: http://www.amazon.it/Corsair-CP-9020082-EU-Alimentatore-Completamente-Certificazione/dp/B00ZRL7IAW/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1456253168&sr=1-3&keywords=corsair+750+w
this is also 80+ gold and it should have all connectors i do need for the max setting i preview to have (sli 970).
I looked for this on the infos of the psus you suggested me until now, do you think this last one might be anyways ok for my pc? else i would just keep thinking about the one u posted.
the differences i think they might be the one u posted is 80+ platinum , this one 80+gold, yours do have even too many connectors for what i need, im not sure ill ever use them, the price goes between 168+11 to 144 free shipping.

You could also check EVGA Supernova G2 850W. Might be the best 80+ gold in this price range. It does also come with 10 year warranty upon registering on EVGA site ( vs 7year of corsair).
post #16 of 16
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I got decision it will be single gpu at all.
about psu im managing but will be evga or seasonic.
about the gpu ill 100% buy one of those 2 :
970 msi gaming
980 msi gaming
im estimating 980 msi since i found it used in very good conditions for 420 euro, while im going to get 970 ms gaming new for 350 euro instead, 90 dollars difference or so.
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