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Originally Posted by Kosta86 View Post


So should I go with the 750W Seasonic SS-750KM or 650W or Seasonic SS-650KM so it wont be an overkill. I believe its pretty good PSU because you told me smile.gif

 

Well, again:

 

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Here is the link to the stores modular PSU-s Its in Serbian so sorry if you dont understand smile.gif
http://www.monitor.rs/napajanja/full-modularno

 

It's ok, I got it all figured out.

 

Your options are very limited. In other words, this store's PSU selection is very bad. I sorted their PSUs by 550W, 650W and 750W PSUs, and I included both Partially Modular and Fully Modular PSUs. I also sorted the list by price. What I found is, your best options are the SeaSonic SS-650KM and SS-750KM. :/ All of the other PSUs are quite inferior in comparison.

 

If you'd be ok with a non-modular PSU (I wouldn't be, but that's my preference), then you have two additional options:

 

http://www.monitor.rs/napajanja/550W-Antec-TP-550C-EC

 

http://www.monitor.rs/napajanja/750W-Antec-TP-750C-EC

 

Antec used the SeaSonic S12G to make these which is a very solid good-quality PSU.

 

You can take comfort knowing that no matter which of the 4 PSUs we are looking at, you would be getting a HUGE upgrade to your PSU!

 

What do you have for a CPU cooler though?

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post #22 of 52
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I was suspecting its windows related since in the first few minutes its idling ok and then it goes to high MHz and voltage for no reason. I didnt check load in that first minute when the computer is turned on and its working as it should. I will report back when I check the load in the first minute after windows start but right now I hove to go to work sad-smiley-002.gif
post #23 of 52
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I was suspecting its windows related since in the first few minutes its idling ok and then it goes to high MHz and voltage for no reason. I didnt check load in that first minute when the computer is turned on and its working as it should. I will report back when I check the load in the first minute after windows start but right now I hove to go to work sad-smiley-002.gif

 

It's all good.

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post #24 of 52
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Well, again:


It's ok, I got it all figured out.

Your options are very limited. In other words, this store's PSU selection is very bad. I sorted their PSUs by 550W, 650W and 750W PSUs, and I included both Partially Modular and Fully Modular PSUs. I also sorted the list by price. What I found is, your best options are the SeaSonic SS-650KM and SS-750KM. :/ All of the other PSUs are quite inferior in comparison.

If you'd be ok with a non-modular PSU (I wouldn't be, but that's my preference), then you have two additional options:

http://www.monitor.rs/napajanja/550W-Antec-TP-550C-EC

http://www.monitor.rs/napajanja/750W-Antec-TP-750C-EC

Antec used the SeaSonic S12G to make these which is a very solid good-quality PSU.

You can take comfort knowing that no matter which of the 4 PSUs we are looking at, you would be getting a HUGE upgrade to your PSU!

What do you have for a CPU cooler though?

Firs just want to say HUGE thank you for taking the time to help me...
I think about what to get between modular and non modular when Im at work.... Going to buy one as soon as go back from work. Working only 3,5 hours today so Il be back with an update soon.

I have cm 212 with 2 fans


I have CM 212 with 2 fans
post #25 of 52
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Firs just want to say HUGE thank you for taking the time to help me...
I think about what to get between modular and non modular when Im at work.... Going to buy one as soon as go back from work. Working only 3,5 hours today so Il be back with an update soon.

I have cm 212 with 2 fans


I have CM 212 with 2 fans

 

You're welcome!

 

With that CPU cooler, we are going to be keeping a very close eye on your temperatures. When installed properly, it's a good cooler. By "properly", I mean filling in the spaces between the heatpipes with thermal paste, as shown here:

 

http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=5

 

So if you never did that, then you will have very high temps. Otherwise, your temps should be ok.

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post #26 of 52
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Yes I seen that post and did as it says in the text. But it was few years back so Il maybe have to do it again but I did stress test the cpu with prime95 at 4400MHz and I think too high voltage for that clock 1.384V and the highest temp after 30 min was 68c so I think its good. Really have to go to work now sorry. Back with an update soon.
post #27 of 52
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Do you think 550W Antec TP-550C EC can really hold up to the task with overclocked i7 and overclocked gtx980 (if I decide to oveclock it it the future)? Or should I go with the 750W Antec TP-750C EC instead. Back home now and just want a pointer and Il go and buy it right away. I am scared that 550w wont be able to power everything. I decided I dont mind its not modular so I can save some money smile.gif
post #28 of 52
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Do you think 550W Antec TP-550C EC can really hold up to the task with overclocked i7 and overclocked gtx980 (if I decide to oveclock it it the future)? Or should I go with the 750W Antec TP-750C EC instead. Back home now and just want a pointer and Il go and buy it right away. I am scared that 550w wont be able to power everything. I decided I dont mind its not modular so I can save some money smile.gif

 

It depends on how hard you want to overclock the GTX 980. The 2600K doesn't pull a huge amount of power, so if you just use the cooling that came with your GTX 980 for overclocking, then you should be ok with the 550W PSU because it's a very good unit that has a strong +12V capacity of 540W. That means the PSU can deliver 550W continuously for a very long time if needed. Of course, that 750W PSU isn't too expensive is it?... Hmm.

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post #29 of 52
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750w is 30 euros or approx. 40$ more expensive. Not much but if I dont need it why buy it smile.gif . I would not go to extreme overclock for the gtx 980 just a everyday use for gaming if that means something to you smile.gif . If you think I should go with 750w Il go for it
post #30 of 52
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750w is 30 euros or approx. 40$ more expensive. Not much but if I dont need it why buy it smile.gif . I would not go to extreme overclock for the gtx 980 just a everyday use for gaming if that means something to you smile.gif . If you think I should go with 750w Il go for it

 

One nice thing about the 750W PSU is, you would have tons of headroom for huge upgrades like adding another GTX 980 or having two GTX 1070s or something like that.

 

If you give me some time, I can find out how much my computer pulls while playing something like Crysis 1 or Crysis 3. Those the most demanding games I have, and my GTX 780 is overclocked about the same as you'd overclock the GTX 980 and my 2500K is overclocked as well.

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