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post #1 of 20
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I need a new psu, saw the Tuniq Ripper 1000w is on sale for only $76 ar. I've read good reviews about it, but a lot of people say it's very mediocre. Anyone have any advice?

i5 2500k (oced)
Asus p67 Pro
gtx 460
4gb ram
2 7200 hdds

I know 1000w is overkill, but I'm looking for a psu that will last through some upgrades possibly. this price seems well worth it, but I'm looking for some input from the pros! Thanks dudes
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post #2 of 20
i have no idea on voltage fluctuation, but 80+ bronze with that many amps, really is...overkill...look into some voltage fluctuation on it.
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http://www.hardocp.com/article/2009/...power_supply/1

It passed [H]ardOCP's test bench and it wasn't a total catastrophe. But 12V ripple was right on the upper ATX limit at full load. Maybe they fixed that in later units, but knowing Sirfa/Highpower that may be unlikely. Not too crazy about those caps either. Then again, at $76, I guess it's limited what you can actually get.
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post #4 of 20
I say...no. a quality 500-600watt would run your system fine. But as I recommended in another thread, Seasonic's X-750 is amazing. A HUGE majority of people don't even need above 600, 1000 IMO is overkill even if you plan on upgrading down the road. I would look for quality over pure wattage.
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post #5 of 20
750-800watt should be more appropriate range of future-proof.

But 75 is a pretty good price for a 1000watt psu... but I wouldn't buy on the whim.
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post #6 of 20
That's a great price for a 1000W PSU but newegg users have reported that their support was poor & also they have not got the rebate yet.

Looking at the above case, I would recommend you to Stay away from it.
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post #7 of 20
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Thanks everyone for the input, I decided to not buy it. Found a great deal on a TX850 instead =D

rep for everyone!
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post #8 of 20
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jellis142 View Post
I say...no. a quality 500-600watt would run your system fine.
Actually a GTX 460 OCed takes a little under 300w while in demanding games. The oced i5/i7 uses roughly 300w also. This is already 600w. I'm not going to look for where I read that, but if you look up power efficiency tests for processors/gpus you'll find a lot of reviews that give you info. But I do agree that quality>pure wattage!
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post #9 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by ramenraider View Post
Actually a GTX 460 OCed takes a little under 300w while in demanding games. The oced i5/i7 uses roughly 300w also. This is already 600w. I'm not going to look for where I read that, but if you look up power efficiency tests for processors/gpus you'll find a lot of reviews that give you info. But I do agree that quality>pure wattage!
A GTX 460 on its own doesn't take 300W. The whole rig might have taken that though.

You can run a pair of highly oc'd 460's on a 650W completely fine.
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post #10 of 20
I currently have a GTX480,GTX460 running folding@home and a second GTX460 idle and am using less than 600w(See Sig for rest of hardware installed).I did have the two GTX 460's originally folding/running on a OCZ 600w with no problems.
    
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