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post #21 of 25
Here you go:

You can normally find this list here: jonnyGURU PSU Forum

Hopefully it will be back when he gets his server problem straightened out.

Prices last updated 06/21/2007

High efficiency, suitable for SLI/Crossfire:

Antec EarthWatts 500W $72.93 @ Provantage
  • Seasonic OEM
  • Claims to have two +12V rails, but actually only has one (34A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Antec True Power Trio 550W $78.46 @ Provantage
  • Seasonic OEM
  • Claims to have three +12V rails, but actually only has one (42A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Antec True Power Trio 650W $99.00 @ eWiz
  • Seasonic OEM
  • Claims to have three +12V rails, but actually only has one (52A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Corsair HX520W $94.29 @ Provantage
  • Modular
  • Seasonic OEM
  • Claims to have three +12V rails, but actually only has one (40A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Corsair HX620W $136.69 @ Provantage
  • Modular
  • Seasonic OEM
  • Claims to have three +12V rails, but actually only has one (50A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Seasonic M12 500W $124.99
  • Modular
  • Claims to have four +12V rails, but actually only has one (38A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Seasonic S12 650W $139.99 @ XPCGear
  • Has four +12V rails (52A combined)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Cooler Master iGreen RS-600-ASAA $94.99 @ Directron
  • Acbel Polytech OEM
  • Three +12V rails (38A combined)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Ultra X-Pro EE 600W $119.99 @ J&R Music World
  • Andyson OEM
  • Single +12V rail (36A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Ultra X-Finity EE 600W $79.99 @ TigerDirect
  • Andyson OEM
  • Single +12V rail (36A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Tagan TG600-U35 $149.00 @ Newegg
  • Topower OEM
  • Same as "U25" version, but with 135MM cooling fan
  • Four +12V rails (48A combined)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
SilverStone Olympia OP650 $128.00 @ Deadeye Data
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  • Single +12V rail (54A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Silverstone Olympia OP750 $149 @ Sundial Micro
  • Single +12V rail (60A)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
Zalman ZM600-HP $119 @ Directron
  • FSP OEM
  • Four +12V rails (42A combined)
  • Suitable for SLI and Crossfire (not necessarily G80 or R600 and up)
High efficiency, but not recommended for higher end SLI/Crossfire due to 240VA limited rails and/or low combined +12V:

Seasonic S12-600 $124.99 @ Newegg
  • Supposedly has two +12V rails (18A each, 36A combined)
  • Suitable for ANY single video card
  • Not recommended for SLI until someone can confirm that the two +12V rails is actually just one.
Enhance ENP-5150GH $67.00 @ eWiz
  • Has two +12V rails (18A each, 36A combined)
  • Suitable for ANY single video card
SilverStone Element ST50EF-Plus $80.75 @ Deadeye Data
MAKE SURE TO HAVE "VISITOR CODE" OF "JONNYGURU" FOR AN ADDITIONAL 8% OFF AT CHECKOUT!
  • Enhance OEM
  • Has two +12V rails (18A each, 36A combined)
  • Suitable for ANY single video card
Cooler Master iGreen RS-500-ASAA $79.99 @ XPCGear
  • Acbel Polytech OEM
  • Has three +12V rails (6A, 13A, 14A, 33A combined)
  • Suitable for ANY single video card
Suggestions welcome!

Criteria:

At least 30A on the combined +12V rail
Confirmed 80% and better efficiency

For SLI/Crossfire recommendation, needs to have at least 34A on the combined +12V rail and have either just one +12V rail or three or more.
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post #22 of 25
Did I mention that...

I would also really consider picking up the Corsair 620HX. Here are my reasons:
  • Seasonic built unit.
  • 50A on the +12v rail.
  • 600W on the +12V rail.
  • Active Power Factor Correction making it very efficient.
  • It absolutely shines in every review I have ever seen on it.
  • I have heard of people running dual 8800GTX's in SLI with it without issue.
It really is a quality PSU at a bargain price. I wish I knew more about the Corsair 620HX before I spent $209 on my Seasonic 700W M-12.

Here is a steal of a deal on it: http://www.clubit.com/product_detail...emno=CA6200027

Here is jonnyGURU's review on it:
http://www.jonnyguru.com/review_details.php?id=32

Here is a post from the Corsair Support Forums regarding using it with 8800GTX's in SLI:
http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=61518
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post #23 of 25
Thread Starter 
I have decided to go with the SilverStone OP650 Olympia SINGLE rail 650W w/ Active PFC.

I chose this PSU over the Corsair 620 HX, Silverstone Zeus 650W, and the Antec TruePower Trio 650.

Thanks to Chozart for the recommendation.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Iverieli View Post
I have decided to go with the SilverStone OP650 Olympia SINGLE rail 650W w/ Active PFC.

I chose this PSU over the Corsair 620 HX, Silverstone Zeus 650W, and the Antec TruePower Trio 650.

Thanks to Chozart for the recommendation.
That is another fine unit.

It should serve you well. Enjoy.

ETA: For those that may come across this thread in the future...

Silverstone Olympia OP650 Review at jonnyGURU

Silverstone Olympia OP650 Review at anandtech

Silverstone Olympia OP650 $139.99 at newegg
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Originally Posted by Ellipsis View Post
That is another fine unit.

It should serve you well. Enjoy.

ETA: For those that may come across this thread in the future...

Silverstone Olympia OP650 Review at jonnyGURU

Silverstone Olympia OP650 Review at anandtech

Silverstone Olympia OP650 $139.99 at newegg
Thanks for your help Ellipsis.
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