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post #4811 of 5083
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I was just looking at that HX in that same promo. I think I'll go with that one.
Or, you can get the 750W Antec TruePower New for $89.99 shipped ($55.00 less than the HX750 up front):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371025

It's basically just as good internally, only it's partially modular (it's not as modular as the HX series).
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Or, you can get the 750W Antec TruePower New for $89.99 shipped ($55.00 less than the HX750 up front):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371025

It's basically just as good internally, only it's partially modular (it's not as modular as the HX series).
that's a 4 rail though I'd stick with a single rail, less depreciation of power.
post #4813 of 5083
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that's a 4 rail though I'd stick with a single rail, less depreciation of power.
I'm confused by what you're saying. What does "less depreciation of power" mean?

Maybe I should say that I'm recommending it because Phaedrus2129 highly recommends it too. Have you seen all of the positive things he has said about it?

Here are just some of his positive comments:

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True Power New (aka TPN) - The True Power New series is one of Antec's newer series, and boy is it a doozy. They returned to SeaSonic again and, um... Combined the TP3 units with the SeaSonic M12D platform? Whatever they did, the result was pure awesomesauce on a bun, resulting in a superb 750W power supply that performs comparably to then reigning champion Corsair HX750, for the significantly lower price of the TX750. The voltage stability is excellent and the ripple suppression is too! And it's partially modular? Holy crap, this is amazing! And the 550W version can be had for a mere $65 AMIR at Newegg at time of writing. GO. BUY NOW. Seriously, that's the best PSU bang for the buck I've ever seen (Well, except for the SeaSonic M12D 850W for $140. But that only lasted, like, two days before they sold out so it doesn't really count. Wish I'd picked up on it, though).

The only thing dragging this line down is the partial modularity, and... Both 4+4 and 8-pin mobo connectors? You only need one of those cables on a 750W PSU, any system that needs both won't run on a 750W unit in all liklihood. But otherwise they're superb! They make the Corsair TX series obsolete, and give the HX series a run for its money.

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post #4814 of 5083
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I'm confused by what you're saying. What does "less depreciation of power" mean?
It has to do with multi-rail designs (not that particular power supply in general) and how they divide up the power. With one single powerful rail the allocation of power is very effective and you don't lose volts hanging at the end of multiple rails. simply put there is less room for error. There are some really nice multi-rails out their but I do not feel that a power supply is something that should be skimped on as they power up all your components and drive your power bill. Look the guy can buy whatever he wants that's up to him.

here is a quote from maximum PC:

"The problem with multi-rails is that power tends to get stuck on the individual rails. If the PSU, for example, allocates 36 amps of power from rail 1 and 2 to the CPU but the processors only consume 22 amps – the rest cannot be reallocated to the GPU or hard drive array. With a single-rail design, if the CPUs only use 22 amps of juice, the rest can be sent to the GPUs or whatever else needs the 12 volt power because it all comes from a single bucket of power."
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Thanks guys, I ended up getting the HX750, and a crucial SSD...I didn't do much research on the SSD, so hopefully it's not a horrible purchase.
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Thanks guys, I ended up getting the HX750, and a crucial SSD...I didn't do much research on the SSD, so hopefully it's not a horrible purchase.
If its a crucial C300 its one of the best SSDs around i think.
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post #4817 of 5083
Hey guys.

Just got my 465 ge unlocked to a 470 from frosty88 himself.

Got a couple of question.

My stock VID is a whopping 1.037V on load and .875 on idle

Seems a bit high.

I can undervolt it. I think it is just the bios is is flashed with though.

So how do I test for stability on this card?

Thanks!
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post #4818 of 5083
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If its a crucial C300 its one of the best SSDs around i think.
It is! Good to hear.

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Hey guys.

Just got my 465 ge unlocked to a 470 from frosty88 himself.

Got a couple of question.

My stock VID is a whopping 1.037V on load and .875 on idle

Seems a bit high.

I can undervolt it. I think it is just the bios is is flashed with though.

So how do I test for stability on this card?

Thanks!
OCCT is good, and BF:BC2 is a great test.
post #4819 of 5083
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Hey guys.

Just got my 465 ge unlocked to a 470 from frosty88 himself.

Got a couple of question.

My stock VID is a whopping 1.037V

Seems a bit high.

I can undervolt it. I think it is just the bios is is flashed with though.

So how do I test for stability on this card?

Thanks!
MSI's AfterBurner will let you change the volts and clocks then use kombustor or furmark as well as vantage or any other benchmarking tool.

OCCT is like the final answer in stability tests, as it checks the chip for errors by continuously refreshing one very complex image on screen. it's on a 1's and 0's level not just rendering graphics.
post #4820 of 5083
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Thanks guys, I ended up getting the HX750, and a crucial SSD...I didn't do much research on the SSD, so hopefully it's not a horrible purchase.
Ya new hardware. those crucials do look nice, sata III
Edited by krazzymoose - 2/12/11 at 2:45pm
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