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post #11 of 25
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Originally Posted by Fierceleaf View Post
I was wondering when they were going to get some bigger PSU's out there. Should be a good one, cant wait for some reviews.
i dont think your house's wiring can take much more then 1000w.
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post #12 of 25
Nice price for it for sure if it's as good as the others in the series.

I assume then that this PSU has 6 PCI-E connectors instead of 4? SLI and Crossfire certification are really jokes that often add premiums to the cost that are obviously unnecessary. Saying it is tri-SLI certified is a fancy way of saying "Look at me! I have 6 PCI-E connectors!"
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post #13 of 25
it looks really long!

will be abeast of a psu though
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post #14 of 25
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Nice price for it for sure if it's as good as the others in the series.

I assume then that this PSU has 6 PCI-E connectors instead of 4? SLI and Crossfire certification are really jokes that often add premiums to the cost that are obviously unnecessary. Saying it is tri-SLI certified is a fancy way of saying "Look at me! I have 6 PCI-E connectors!"
it won't be tri-sli certified because Nvidia says that it must be >1200w to get that certification.
post #15 of 25
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it won't be tri-sli certified because Nvidia says that it must be >1200w to get that certification.
Then why would Corsair lie? That makes no sense. You sure Nvidia has not changed their minds or that you aren't mistaken on that point?
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post #16 of 25
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Then why would Corsair lie? That makes no sense. You sure Nvidia has not changed their minds or that you aren't mistaken on that point?
hmmm maybe they will make the first one, didn't notice that part of the article. that's pretty weird though because nvidia was adiment that no PSUs would be tri sli unless they were 1200w + i thought.
post #17 of 25
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hmmm maybe they will make the first one, didn't notice that part of the article. that's pretty weird though because nvidia was adiment that no PSUs would be tri sli unless they were 1200w + i thought.
Perhaps someone talked some sense into them in regards to the fact that a 1000W PSU will probably be able to handle most mid-range tri-SLI setups.
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post #18 of 25
Surprised they didn't get it certified for Quadfire and Tri-SLI since Quadfire will suck allot more juice and it would be saying a whole lot more to have it approved for it.
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post #19 of 25
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Surprised they didn't get it certified for Quadfire and Tri-SLI since Quadfire will suck allot more juice and it would be saying a whole lot more to have it approved for it.
For licensing issues, PSUs often cannot be certified for both Crossfire and SLI simultaneously, which is why you have the exact same PSU with different SKUs - one is Crossfire-certified and the other is SLI-certified. Sometimes you also have a third option which is certified for neither and can be cheaper because of the lack of licensing, but for all intended purposes there is no difference between it and the certified PSUs. PC P&C Turbo-cool PSUs had 3 SKUs at one point, and I know Ultra is coming out with separate SLI- and Crossfire-certified PSUs in addition to the one that I have (which is certified for neither).

On a side note, I wouldn't want to put 4 GPUs on a 1000W PSU, regardless of what people say the power draw would be (excluding dual-GPU solutions). 1200W minimum, but that's just because I like to keep PSU workload low enough to mitigate fan noise.
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post #20 of 25
Corsair is really doing a nice job with their PSU, they only have a couple, but none are deceiving.
    
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