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Okay I already know the 9ooW UPS can handle the 5ooW CPU and Peripherals and I know how a UPS works. But I'm doubling the System's power rating by upgrading to 1oooW. I'm wondering if I'll have to upgrade the UPS or would it be okay if I ran the 1oooW on the 9ooW UPS. And if I should maybe upgrade to another UPS to support the peripherals? Or would the single 9ooW be fine for it all.

~Ceadder

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well, basically something like a 500w would be fine. It's not like your gaming on the UPS.. it's more for a problem with power, or a power outage you'll stay up and running so you can complete whatever task.. or you can save your work before it all dies. you only need one that will give you a few minute window to do what you need to do before it runs out.. make sense?

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Doesn't follow that a bigger PSU will use more power, might be higher quality and use less? If you add more stuff like GPUs etc then you will still be OK. For example; I have a 550w UPS which has gone from about 15min standby power to less than 5 mins as I have changed systems and added components etc. It's still fine for when the local football stadium switch their floods on and the power blips.
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Oh and does anyone know if our HAF can fit a 480 Radiator up top. My 360 fits well, if I only used the main 3 fan spots to hold it up as there's not a fourth. are they to long, or is it possible to fit? Thanks!
As Nhb93 pointed out a 480 won't fit; they are typically 10mm longer than the chassis. I got a ThermoChill PA140.3 480mm to fit, JUST. The problem with the long rads is things like the top of the IO panel housing can get in the way.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Okay I already know the 9ooW UPS can handle the 5ooW CPU and Peripherals and I know how a UPS works. But I'm doubling the System's power rating by upgrading to 1oooW. I'm wondering if I'll have to upgrade the UPS or would it be okay if I ran the 1oooW on the 9ooW UPS. And if I should maybe upgrade to another UPS to support the peripherals? Or would the single 9ooW be fine for it all.

~Ceadder
I have a 1500VA from APC, on full power (doing folding on 8 cores and the GPU) Power Chute reports that I'm using 412watts and have 15 minutes of backup power. Oh, this includes my monitor 110watts, router, modem and speakers. I had a Chieftec 1000watt PSU and upgraded it to an Enermax Revolution 1050+ the Chieftec has an 80+ rating, the Enermax is 80+ silver. Changing it out ended up using 45watts less power, much less heat coming out the back and the Enermax is shorter, thinner and has better wire management.

Oh, I really just came on to post about my water cooling system that went down last week. My pump was only 3 months old and it just stopped one night, I had a hell of a time getting my XSPC res out, posted here about it, PM'ed FalloutBoy with a W/C question and posted on the Water Cooling board about it. I'm disabled and taking away my computer is equal to torturing me. So I just wanted to post the results of what I found out so if anyone is ever considering it they know what I've done & when I make the switch I'll post here with the results.
Here's a link to the discussion: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-one-loop.html
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As Nhb93 pointed out a 480 won't fit; they are typically 10mm longer than the chassis. I got a ThermoChill PA140.3 480mm to fit, JUST. The problem with the long rads is things like the top of the IO panel housing can get in the way.
u could also go front mount like i did w/ my 360 (i also contemplated adding a 480 but went w/ 360 ), there will be enough room there, i measured, but you'll have to sacrifice all drive bays, go w/ external optical drive, and will definately hamper w/ the top mount 360, my advise if you must, go external or as mentioned cut the back to extend it. Or, just get an "extreme" 360 radiator. good luck
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You didn't paint the door, did you?

Everything else looks good.

~Ceadder
Nope didnt bother painting it because im doing another perspex window on the other side
post #5648 of 23573
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Okay I already know the 9ooW UPS can handle the 5ooW CPU and Peripherals and I know how a UPS works. But I'm doubling the System's power rating by upgrading to 1oooW. I'm wondering if I'll have to upgrade the UPS or would it be okay if I ran the 1oooW on the 9ooW UPS. And if I should maybe upgrade to another UPS to support the peripherals? Or would the single 9ooW be fine for it all.

~Ceadder
A single 900W won't be able to supply the power draw of your system assuming it really is drawing 1000W. I believe you'll never be able to actually draw 1000W from a PSU, so the 900W should be fine.
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add me to the list i got a HAF922
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I don't consider my build to be all that amazing. it was my first venture into watercooling. I'm glad it helped you on your first FalloutBoy. I plan to now follow yours if I add a second loop on mine.. but I think I might be ok with my single loop and 360 RAD..
Glad I could return the favour.

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Nope didnt bother painting it because im doing another perspex window on the other side
You better have some kickass cable management!
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