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post #11 of 20
But a Seasonic?.... Where the hell did that come from? It's not even on the same tier as PC P&C. Anyways, after my 'screaming nun' Silverstone ST56ZF that had the worst high frequency scream when under load and the loudest fan in creation I'd definitely buy the silent PC P&C. I'm not saying that THIS PSu you're asking about is that loud, I'm just shying away from a mediocre past experience.
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PC Power & Cooling has won every single award ever in the history of the world. But, on a more serious note, PC Power & Cooling has won every single award ever in the history of the world that could be awarded to a Power Supply Manufacturer. I would get it because of the...

-Name
-Quality
-Silence
-Piece of Mind

On that system I would not cheap out, and, anything but a SeaSonic or PC Power & Cooling Power Supply is cheaping out.

NiNja
lol? Seasonic is worse (but not bad) than Silverstone... so I don't know what you're talking about.

And no, I'm not saying this because I have a Silverstone. I just got a very good deal on mine.
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JonnyGURU places the OP750 higher than the Silencer 750. He recommends the OP750

I will save the money and get the OP750.
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post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
JonnyGURU places the OP750 higher than the Silencer 750. He recommends the OP750

I will save the money and get the OP750.
Paul ... did you get the OP750 from East Luna yet?
    
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Paul ... did you get the OP750 from East Luna yet?
I haven't ordered it yet (Not sure why). I am actually thinking about getting the OP650 instead. It has 54 Amps on the +12V (@ 50C) rail and is plently of power. Compare that to the Silencer 610 which has 49 Amps on the +12V (@ 40C).
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In all honesty Paul, I would get the 750, considering that higher power usage is supposedly the way of the future unfortunately :\\
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post #17 of 20
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In all honesty Paul, I would get the 750, considering that higher power usage is supposedly the way of the future unfortunately :\\
I can't see myself ever using more than 25-28 Amps on the +12V (that is 300 - 336 Watts on the +12V alone) in a future quad core / single GPU / 4GB / 2-4 SATA / pump / fans setup.

Considering that a QX6700 / 8800GTX / SATA / 2GB / Fans only consumes a peak load of 263 watts...

I believe that is from the wall too!

With that in mind, I do not see myself ever topping 300-400 Watts on a bad day. The OP650 can handle 648 Watts on the +12V alone. Power supplies are most efficient at loads greater than 50% and less than 90%.

A lower wattage PSU can handle almost any system as long as it is a quality PSU with high amperage rating. FCG can get his entire setup (X6800, CrossFire X1900XTX, 4 Raptors, 4GB memory, 2 pumps, fans, ect can run on a TurboCool 510.

The OP650 is a highly rated PSU by jonnyGURU. It got a 10/10 for performance. It had high amperage, low voltage fluctuation, non-existent ripple, and good efficiency.

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The ONLY knock on the performance of the Olympia OP650 is the low efficiency when the power supply was unrealistically crossloaded with a high +3.3V/+5V load and only 2A on the +12V. Other than that, efficiency was very good, there's active power factor correction, voltage regulation was very good, there was minimal ripple and noise and the unit was very quiet under 40�C.
Because the crossload that yielded the 73% was very unrealistic, I'm not going to hold it against it. In fact, I'm not going to hold much against this power supply. It scores a 10 for performance. That's makes up 40% of the score.
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post #18 of 20
I'd get the silverstone also.

The only possible issue might be noise, but I believe that was fixed with the newest revisions of the OP/DA series.

The 650W with 54A on the 12V rail is indeed enough. If you have such a rig that you *really* need the extra 6A, you'd be putting quite a load on the 750W also, and you should really be looking for the DA850 that delivers 70A on the 12V rail.

The OP650 is a good buy!

Regarding the Anandtech information about powerconsumption: I believe that to be the powerconsumption with ONLY a full load on the CPU/RAM/Motherboard. You'll need to add quite a bit (I'd say 150W or so) when you put a load on the video card also. Plus, when you overclock, power consumption will take another jump.

For Quad with single 8800GTX, I estimate around 450 - 500W power consumption, and about 35 - 40A of that on the 12V rail.
    
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I'd get the silverstone also.

The only possible issue might be noise, but I believe that was fixed with the newest revisions of the OP/DA series.

The 650W with 54A on the 12V rail is indeed enough. If you have such a rig that you *really* need the extra 6A, you'd be putting quite a load on the 750W also, and you should really be looking for the DA850 that delivers 70A on the 12V rail.

The OP650 is a good buy!

Regarding the Anandtech information about powerconsumption: I believe that to be the powerconsumption with ONLY a full load on the CPU/RAM/Motherboard. You'll need to add quite a bit (I'd say 150W or so) when you put a load on the video card also. Plus, when you overclock, power consumption will take another jump.

For Quad with single 8800GTX, I estimate around 450 - 500W power consumption, and about 35 - 40A of that on the 12V rail.
No, the Anandtech data (and other power consumption data) that I have looked at shows that as being total system power. There is no easy way to measrure power that goes just to the CPU/RAM/Motherboard.
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Total system power consumption when running our benchmarks, at times, peaked at over 520W with the SLI setup.
That is total system power when running two 8800GTX, 1 SATA, 1 DVD, X6800, 2GB (2 Dimms), and multiple fans.

You have to figure that each 8800GTX is drawing around 150 watts at full load, The processor pulling 95 watts, hard drive about 25 watts, the memory about 10 watts, DVD drive about 10 watts, fans around 20 watts, and the motherboard about 60 watts.
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