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post #11 of 45
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Also the Seasonic X650 would be a good choice.
I second the Seasonic x650. When I get the chance to upgrade its what I'm getting.
post #12 of 45
You do not need 750 watts for SLI 560s?? Anything past a 650 watt power supply is over kill and a waste. The best possible option would be the SeaSonic X-650 but if you want to save a bit of money then go with the XFX 650 modular power supply. It is modular and is based on the SeaSonice M12II/S12II and is a hell of a deal. The Corsair 650TX is also a solid choice but for the price it definitely is not worth it for a non-modular power supply.
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post #13 of 45
I always say with the PSU's to get something bigger than what you need so that the future upgrades are easier like SLi's I have a HX850 and works great and was reasonably cheap too.
post #14 of 45
1: Don't get seasonic,

2: Nothing is overkill, 'EVER'. Nough said.
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post #15 of 45
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You do not need 750 watts for SLI 560s?? Anything past a 650 watt power supply is over kill and a waste. The best possible option would be the SeaSonic X-650 but if you want to save a bit of money then go with the XFX 650 modular power supply. It is modular and is based on the SeaSonice M12II/S12II and is a hell of a deal. The Corsair 650TX is also a solid choice but for the price it definitely is not worth it for a non-modular power supply.
The XFX XXX 650W is actually a modification of S12 and has a couple minor issues. Not a bad unit though, but it's about like the Corsair TX650 but again with a couple minor issues. Can't crossload, fan sometimes clicks, etc.

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1: Don't get seasonic,

2: Nothing is overkill, 'EVER'. Nough said.
1.) Why? Got some reasoning to share there?

2.) Yes there is such a thing as overkill. Nough said.
post #16 of 45
^No one, including me, will argue with you. *yawn*
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^No one, including me, will argue with you. *yawn*
why because you can't back up the claim?
post #18 of 45
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why because you can't back up the claim?
Ha, kids always have ways to piss people off. So try as you might, i wont get into your lame fights. I have my opinion. So piss off.
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post #19 of 45
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Ha, kids always have ways to piss people off. So try as you might, i wont get into your lame fights. I have my opinion. So piss off.
My my my isn't that rude and disrespectful? Who says I was looking for a fight? I was asking for your reasons...
Phae I just wanted to know why he thinks seasonic sucks.
post #20 of 45
Knock it off you two.


Say what you're going to say, or leave. Don't thread crap for no reason.
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