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scrapped everything i typed there!...
load of mince!...lol

merci all my freinds!
Edited by Valllldondo - 6/18/08 at 7:50am
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Originally Posted by svtfmook View Post
i had a hiper, i just replaced it with the 750tx.

hiper is a good psu, however, they use sub par capacitors. the 750tx uses high quality japanese capacitors.
Which Hiper did you have? The Hipers he is thinking of buying are made by CWT and are almost identical to the the Corsair 750TX (also built by CWT). I'm trying to find concrete information but similar CWT built Hipers (880w) are stocked with mostly Japanese caps.

The Hiper 780 would be the bare minimum for 3870X2 crossfire. I would be a little cautious running that with a heavily overclocked quad but it should be fine.

edit:
For the Hipers, the 630, 680, 780 and 880W models are built by CWT and are very nice. For everything else, they are made by Andyson and are of average quality. Not great but not especially bad either.
Edited by shinji2k - 6/18/08 at 2:12pm
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I got the HiperPower 780W - HPU-4M780

http://www.hipergroup.com/products.p...n&w=1280&h=396

A very nice solid peace of kit the hiper 780w!

Runs my OD'd Opteron 180 & 3870X2 rather nicely!
no freezes or lock ups when benchmarking...
temps seem very good as well...

Stillin process of getting better OC's for the setup...but so far so good!


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