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Seasonic si2 ii bronze 620 watts good for 980ti g1?

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Hi guys. Recently my 4 year old psu corsair tx750m is slowy dying. When i play graphic intense games like bf1 and rise of the tom raider my pc would restart without warning. Im suspecting my gpu is not having enough power. I already put my processor 4790k at stock voltage and speed. Also my 980ti is at stock voltage and speed only. I have maximus hero vìi board and 4 hdd drives. So i guess my psu is dying. Now guys..im asking is seasonic si2 ìi bronse 80 plus is good enough for my system? My 4790k is oc to 4.7 at 1.256 volts and planning to oc my 980ti also. I dont have plans for sli. Thanks guys.
post #2 of 10
That psu is more than enough for a 4970k and 980ti. Can even overclock the gpu some, no problem.
post #3 of 10
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Thank you so much for your fast reply. Its likely the psu's fault that my system is restarting right? Did my psu cause any damage if ever? I already remove the gpu on my pc. I too scared to use my pc while im still using my old psu
post #4 of 10
Probably no damage.

Restarts could be faulty ram too. Unstable overclock on cpu or ram could also cause it.
post #5 of 10
The Seasonic S12II is group regulated which means its voltage regulation is not going to be all that great
Its not bad or anything like that its just somewhat mediocre by modern standards

If you need a stop gap solution right here and now its fine but for a long term solution you should pick something much more modern.
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Probably no damage.

Restarts could be faulty ram too. Unstable overclock on cpu or ram could also cause it.


i see, yeah i got bsod once with error memory something, it has something to do with ram, but i really suspect my psu cause its already 4 years now and i bought it second hand frown.gif

im relief that there is no damage done
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See my last post if you missed it.
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post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

The Seasonic S12II is group regulated which means its voltage regulation is not going to be all that great
Its not bad or anything like that its just somewhat mediocre by modern standards

If you need a stop gap solution right here and now its fine but for a long term solution you should pick something much more modern.

i understand, but im kinda short on money now, haha,, well how about this one vs the seasonic i posted? evga gq 750w




im planning not to upgrade my psu in a long time
post #9 of 10
The EVGA SuperNova GQ 750 watt is also very mediocre and is in some ways even worse then the S12II.
If you want a cheap EVGA unit the B2 is pretty cheap and better then the B1/G1/GS/GQ.
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post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

The EVGA SuperNova GQ 750 watt is also very mediocre and is in some ways even worse then the S12II.
If you want a cheap EVGA unit the B2 is pretty cheap and better then the B1/G1/GS/GQ.

thank you so much, unfortunately those i posted are the ones only available frown.gif evga 600 b is also avail but as you said is much worst than the seasonic, so i guess ill just have to buy the seasonic 620
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