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Also Antec High Current Gamer 520W ($53.09 shipped after promo code):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371047
post #1372 of 6730
Tator Tot, I have looked at all your suggested PS and do thank you for the advice.
I did find a deal on a NXZT it is however a 850w.
http://www.directron.com/hale90850m.html
This is not a spam, price was good along with free shipping, I did order it, hope I did right.
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Originally Posted by acowboy;14366810 
Tator Tot, I have looked at all your suggested PS and do thank you for the advice.
I did find a deal on a NXZT it is however a 850w.
http://www.directron.com/hale90850m.html
This is not a spam, price was good along with free shipping, I did order it, hope I did right.
It's a solid unit; but unless you plan on maxing out some GTX 580's (Unlocked) or GTX 480's with F@H or another computational load, then you'll definitely have headroom.

That's a solid deal too smile.gif
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I was looking at the GTX580, and from I have read a 750w may be to light especially for any kind of over clocking in a SLI mode.
And Thank you again for input.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by acowboy;14367138 
I was looking at the GTX580, and from I have read a 750w may be to light especially for any kind of over clocking in a SLI mode.
And Thank you again for input.
A 750w would be fine, even with Overclocking.

I'd only recommend an 850w if you planned to run them at full bore (100% load) with heavy overclocks, and an overclocked i7 at 100% load as well.)
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Tator Tot I was wondering what your thoughts are on PSU power requirements for a rig that will fold 24/7? I'm not trying to start a disagreement at all or say that anybody is wrong or that I distrust anybodies recommendations but Phaedrus is recommending 1.5 times the power for rigs that fold 24/7 and I just kinda wanted to hear your thoughts on that as well. Again I'm not asking you to disagree with him, just looking for more thoughts on the subject. So I'd love to read as much as you care to write on the subject, because about all I know currently is that such a high load constantly will wear the PSU components much faster than the same load but without being required to run 24/7. Thanks.
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post #1377 of 6730
Well, say you have a 750w load; and it's going to be on 24/7
If you're using a 1250w 80+ Gold unit, it'll be around 90% efficiency at the mid point for many of those guys.
That's much better than the 86-87% efficiency they get at full load.

That's just one reason to go for one of those guys.

Another is longevity; it's easier to run a PSU at 75% Capacity then 100% Capacity 24/7.

In honesty, if you have a 750w load, and you put it on for 24/7 use on an 750w unit; any of the capable ones will be able to run without problem for the life of their warranty (for high end, that's generally 5 years.) The only thing I would worry about is the other parts themselves (GPU's and the sustained heat loads or CPU's and the sustained heat load.)

Noise is also another consideration; many of the newer 80+ Gold/Platinum units have a fan curve that lets them stay quiet until 40*C or 75% load. So most of the time, the fan will remain quiet, not adding extra excess noise to the environment.
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Hello. I am new to this forum. I am thinking of buying a new PSU because I am pushing my 425W to its limits. Can someone pls recommend me a good +-600W PSU ? Now I am using an Enermax PRO82+ 425W and this are the candidates, I dont want to spend too much money:

http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6642 67€
http://www.enermax.com.tw/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=1&lv1=42&no=148 72€
http://www.corsair.com/power-supplies/enthusiast-series-1/enthusiast-series-tx650-v2-80-plus-bronze-certified-650-watt-high-performance-power-supply.html 73€
http://www.fsplifestyle.com/psu/aurum-series/aurum-gold-600/ 78€
http://www.zalman.com/ENG/product/Product_Read.asp?idx=357 83€
Edited by Bublo - 7/27/11 at 1:44pm
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post #1379 of 6730
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bublo;14368614 
Hello. I am new to this forum. I am thinking of buying a new PSU because I am pushing my 425W to its limits. Can someone pls reccomend me a good +-600W PSU ? Now I am using an Enermax PRO82+ 425W and this are the candidates, I dont want to spend too much money:

http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6642 67€
http://www.enermax.com.tw/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=1&lv1=42&no=148 72€
http://www.corsair.com/power-supplies/enthusiast-series-1/enthusiast-series-tx650-v2-80-plus-bronze-certified-650-watt-high-performance-power-supply.html 73€
http://www.fsplifestyle.com/psu/aurum-series/aurum-gold-600/ 78€
http://www.zalman.com/ENG/product/Product_Read.asp?idx=357 83€
Avoid the Zalman.

Cooler Master is better than the Enermax; but I'd skip both of them.

Aurum I would skip as well.

TX650v2 is your best option.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot;14368286 
Well, say you have a 750w load; and it's going to be on 24/7
If you're using a 1250w 80+ Gold unit, it'll be around 90% efficiency at the mid point for many of those guys.
That's much better than the 86-87% efficiency they get at full load.

That's just one reason to go for one of those guys.

Another is longevity; it's easier to run a PSU at 75% Capacity then 100% Capacity 24/7.

In honesty, if you have a 750w load, and you put it on for 24/7 use on an 750w unit; any of the capable ones will be able to run without problem for the life of their warranty (for high end, that's generally 5 years.) The only thing I would worry about is the other parts themselves (GPU's and the sustained heat loads or CPU's and the sustained heat load.)


Noise is also another consideration; many of the newer 80+ Gold/Platinum units have a fan curve that lets them stay quiet until 40*C or 75% load. So most of the time, the fan will remain quiet, not adding extra excess noise to the environment.

Thanks for the info. This bolded section is most interesting to me because it seems like the only serious caveats you listed (so not including PSU noise, efficiency) are relating to the GPU or CPU, which aren't really a concern for me because I keep them both cold, GPU is about 67 max and CPU is about 55 max. The impression I got from Phaedrus was that the PSU would be able to do it no problem short term (same as what I believe you're saying) but he led me to believe that due to the increased wear on the PSU components it couldn't be expected to last anywhere near as long as PSU should (which if I understand you correctly, isn't what you are saying). He wasn't specific on that point but the impression I got was less than a year at that load.

While I do understand that a PSU at close to full load 24/7 won't last as long as one put under load more sporadically, please correct me if I'm misunderstanding what I believe to be you saying that the PSU should last more than a year or two even at 24/7 load if it were of an appropriate wattage. For example a dual 580 and CPU all folding 24/7 on an 850w. To me before I asked Phaedrus that sounded about right, and I didn't anticipate having problems with it running like that for 3-4 years, but hearing Phaedrus recommend a 1.1Kw PSU for that rig kinda through me off base.
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