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850w for sli 460's? Thats crazy, a quality 650 would be just fine.
well tell that to my ultra 650 that was not enough but of coarse that was after overclocking before it was fine, was as per the meter pulling 590watts now it pulls 753watts and that is just the system no monitors or routers or anything just the main system
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850w for sli 460's? Thats crazy, a quality 650 would be just fine.
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just fyi if you plan to sli upgrade your PSU to 850 but all else looks fantastic other than you should bring it over and leave it here lol
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well tell that to my ultra 650 that was not enough but of coarse that was after overclocking before it was fine, was as per the meter pulling 590watts now it pulls 753watts and that is just the system no monitors or routers or anything just the main system
850 Watts?... for 460 SLI?.. lol

Your Phenom is obviously the one pulling the most out of your PSU.
An X6 1090T @ 4,2 GHz takes 180Watts more than at stock clock, so go figure (not to mention your 460's are OC'd aswell).

However, take an i7-2600K and non-OC'd GTX 460's and 850W is WAY overkill.
I have a Phenom X6 1055T which takes way more than a 2600K under load and I was running my old GTX 460 SLI's on a Corsair HX 520W.. yes you read right, a 520Watt power supply is all you need for 2x 460's (of course it's always better to have some headroom though).

Also what the hell is "Ultra" ?
No wonder that thing burned. Guess what, but you actually need a quality PSU to properly run multi GPU's and not some junk.
Edited by toX0rz - 4/14/11 at 3:55pm
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850 Watts?... for 460 SLI?.. lol

Your Phenom is obviously the one pulling the most out of your PSU.
An X6 1090T @ 4,2 GHz takes 180Watts more than at stock clock, so go figure (not to mention your 460's are OC'd aswell).

However, take an i7-2600K and non-OC'd GTX 460's and 850W is WAY overkill.
I have a Phenom X6 1055T which takes way more than a 2600K under load and I was running my old GTX 460 SLI's on a Corsair HX 520W.. yes you read right, a 520Watt power supply is all you need for 2x 460's (of course it's always better to have some headroom though).

Also what the hell is "Ultra" ?
No wonder that thing burned. Guess what, but you actually need a quality PSU to properly run multi GPU's and not some junk.
Yes a top quality 550w can do it. I'd prefer a 650 as we all like to OC around here. Not sure what an ultra is either but that was probably your problem.

Btw Bradford1040 what timings are your ram stock? 7-7-7? Thats a nice oc on them.
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Can't even get 900 stable no errors in OCCT with full voltage or even above 880 haven't tried lower than that because under that I might as well just run the stock voltage at 830.

Any advice?
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Can't even get 900 stable no errors in OCCT with full voltage or even above 880 haven't tried lower than that because under that I might as well just run the stock voltage at 830.

Any advice?
You should be able to run 900 with a volt mod a 1.112 or so.
    
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850 Watts?... for 460 SLI?.. lol

Your Phenom is obviously the one pulling the most out of your PSU.
An X6 1090T @ 4,2 GHz takes 180Watts more than at stock clock, so go figure (not to mention your 460's are OC'd aswell).

However, take an i7-2600K and non-OC'd GTX 460's and 850W is WAY overkill.
I have a Phenom X6 1055T which takes way more than a 2600K under load and I was running my old GTX 460 SLI's on a Corsair HX 520W.. yes you read right, a 520Watt power supply is all you need for 2x 460's (of course it's always better to have some headroom though).

Also what the hell is "Ultra" ?
No wonder that thing burned. Guess what, but you actually need a quality PSU to properly run multi GPU's and not some junk.
wow attack much!!! the Ultra X3 650 was a top PSU for a long time and now the Ultra X4 is one of the best, but I have had better luck with the Antec's as far as you jumping on me about suggesting a 850 I don't understand that one? I did not say go a buy a 1200 or 1500watt or even a thousand. I was just saying that a good 850 you can never go wrong with since most graphic card company's are now hoping on the water wagon and then if you want any high flow fans if you are on air, and lights yes they do take power to run those too! I was just trying to save him some money in the long run, it sounds like you are just trying to pick a fight. I was just trying to give advise from having bought three PSU's each time I upgraded so if I had just got the 850 in the first place I would not have wasted that money on the others!

Now please start a fight with someone else as I was not trying to give bad advise or calling your stuff crap, He asked opinions on his purchase and that was my advise as others may differ but not jump down my throat because they disagree
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Yes a top quality 550w can do it. I'd prefer a 650 as we all like to OC around here. Not sure what an ultra is either but that was probably your problem.

Btw Bradford1040 what timings are your ram stock? 7-7-7? Thats a nice oc on them.
http://www.ultraproducts.com/applica...ampaignID=1111

that is for the ultra Power supply but my timings are all manual but the main ones are 8-8-8-17-cr1@1.66v but I am also trying new things out now that's why the long reply's sorry about that if you want I will get you all the timings on next boot
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A bigger psu can carry over into a new build too. Like if you decide to get hungrier graphics cards you don't have to get yet another new psu at the same time.... Nothing wrong with thinking ahead.
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http://www.ultraproducts.com/applica...ampaignID=1111

that is for the ultra Power supply but my timings are all manual but the main ones are 8-8-8-17-cr1@1.66v but I am also trying new things out now that's why the long reply's sorry about that if you want I will get you all the timings on next boot
No those are the timings I meant but what are they rated at? Your sig says they are 1333, so I would assume they are the 7-7-7 modules or that would be a really crazy oc. Still very good though.
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850 Watts?... for 460 SLI?.. lol

Your Phenom is obviously the one pulling the most out of your PSU.
An X6 1090T @ 4,2 GHz takes 180Watts more than at stock clock, so go figure (not to mention your 460's are OC'd aswell).

However, take an i7-2600K and non-OC'd GTX 460's and 850W is WAY overkill.
I have a Phenom X6 1055T which takes way more than a 2600K under load and I was running my old GTX 460 SLI's on a Corsair HX 520W.. yes you read right, a 520Watt power supply is all you need for 2x 460's (of course it's always better to have some headroom though).

Also what the hell is "Ultra" ?
No wonder that thing burned. Guess what, but you actually need a quality PSU to properly run multi GPU's and not some junk.
is that 2600K at 4.2 GHz? 'cause it's unlikely for a CPU to perform higher and draw less current. if it is, then intel is my next upgrade lol.
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