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definately not for one 580. and the GTX5xx cards are actually very efficient compared to the GTX4xx cards.

i, personally, wouldnt do 580SLI on a 750w unit... the only thing capable of that is possibly the AX750 or seasonic x-750, maybe one or two others. i would be ok with running them on a nice 850w unit. right now the XFX 850w black edition PSU is like $129 and its a great PSU and thats about the best price youre going to find for something that strong. (i got lucky and got my seasonic M12D 850w for half its retail price, paid $128 for it, yayz)
Actually, I would take a corsair hx750 over an ax750 anyday. There are plenty of 750w units that can do sli 580's, just make sure your cpu isn't too power hungry too. If your running an x58 system along with 580's and plan to oc the crap out of the cpu, then i'd definitely do an 850w.

EDIT: Crap, double post.
     
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Here's one: It's in Norwegian so I hope you got a translator, http://www.hardware.no/artikler/chil...p-700m/53065/1

Another one: In English, http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...roduction.html

Another one: Partly in Danish, http://www.tweakup.dk/article/1461/dk/

One in German: http://www.technic3d.com/article-764...il-im-test.htm
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good luck ignorant sir.
Ignorant? Lol.

Anyway, this is not what this thread is about. So if you feel the need to bash my particular PSU do it somewhere else. I'm simply sharing some love with people who might be interested in this particular subject.
Edited by Stefy - 2/10/11 at 10:42pm
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Anyway, this is not what this thread is about. So if you feel the need to bash my particular PSU do it somewhere else. I'm simply sharing some love with people who might be interested in this particular subject.
This.

I am shocked at how many people are missing the point of this thread. I mean, I thought that your OP was 100% clear.
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Under casual gaming (WoW, Metro etc) my system doesn't even go ...
Metro 2033 isn't casual gaming, it's the most demanding game out there...
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This.

I am shocked at how many people are missing the point of this thread. I mean, I thought that your OP was 100% clear.
Yes, I thought so. Also, in the reviews I linked the PSU is keeping 80% efficiency, even goes as high as 89% in one of them, so I don't see the problem. Silentpc seemed to be completely off with their numbers.
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Actually, I would take a corsair hx750 over an ax750 anyday. There are plenty of 750w units that can do sli 580's, just make sure your cpu isn't too power hungry too. If your running an x58 system along with 580's and plan to oc the crap out of the cpu, then i'd definitely do an 850w.

EDIT: Crap, double post.
i was assuming if you have the money for SLI 580s, you will be running comparable hardware in the rest of the computer like a 1366/1155 rig or PHII X6. the HX750 is also capable, i like that PSU a lot

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Anyway, this is not what this thread is about. So if you feel the need to bash my particular PSU do it somewhere else. I'm simply sharing some love with people who might be interested in this particular subject.

your original post was pretty offensive and i assumed you were trolling. plus you didnt even provide a link to the thread where people recommended a 1000w psu for SLI 560s, because i dont think anyone who knows what they are talking about would recommend that. SLI 560s arent hard to run, specially on a 700w unit. they are pretty efficient cards
    
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Offensive? I think you should start smiling instead of being serious all the time, ever heard of exaggeration? But I was recommended a 950W PSU for this setup. As usual I have fun in computer stores, asking the employees about hardware and such. It's truly amusing to hear all the different claims they come up with. Every tried giving your video card manufacturer a call? Because that's pretty much where I got those 950W from.
maybe the horrible units they stock in stores you need a giant PSU to power a normal computer lol. people in stores suck. lol. my friend just went to a best buy and the guy at the geek squad desk was looking up how to install a DVD drive.

manufactures go with worst case scenarios so people who buy rosewill or raidmax wont grenade their computers immediately.

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How come? My PSU is horrible as you said.
there are worse units. when loaded around 60-80% the efficiency was good. and it does seem to put out its rated wattage. like i said it will run it, but it might not last for years like other units do.
    
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Yes, I thought so. Also, in the reviews I linked the PSU is keeping 80% efficiency, even goes as high as 89% in one of them, so I don't see the problem. Silentpc seemed to be completely off with their numbers. And the fact that I ran 470's in 8 months s just proves that it ain't crap. But /care anyway, just because it's an unknown brand doesn't make it trash.
But just because a PSU has good efficiency, it doesn't automatically mean that it's a quality unit (unfortunately). I would like to elaborate on this and prove it, but instead I have to humbly refer you to Phaedrus2129. Not only will he be able to explain it, but he'll also be respectful (unlike some people in this thread).

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i was assuming if you have the money for SLI 580s, you will be running comparable hardware in the rest of the computer like a 1366/1155 rig or PHII X6. the HX750 is also capable, i like that PSU a lot




your original post was pretty offensive and i assumed you were trolling. plus you didnt even provide a link to the thread where people recommended a 1000w psu for SLI 560s, because i dont think anyone who knows what they are talking about would recommend that. SLI 560s arent hard to run, specially on a 700w unit. they are pretty efficient cards
How was Stefy's OP offensive? All he was doing was asking a question, and that question was this: "why are there so many people who make such bloated PSU recommendations?"

So, that's why I replied with this:

"Being that NVIDIA recommends a 500W to power a system with a single GTX 560 in it, I'm absolutely not surprised that a 700W can power a system with two 560s in it. Even a quality 600W would [or should] be enough.

I think the reason why people recommend way more than is actually needed is just because they don't know enough, and plus it seems like too many people immediately think that the newest graphics cards will consume way more power than their older counterparts."


Believe me, if his post were offensive, then I would have reported it and I also would not have responded. I mean, all he's doing is trying to figure out why we have people who confidently make overly-bloated PSU recommendations. Of course, he's also being helpful by adding a thread to OCN that proves that our systems don't consume as much power as some people think. I can almost guarantee you that this thread will help at least one person save money.

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maybe the horrible units they stock in stores you need a giant PSU to power a normal computer lol. people in stores suck. lol. my friend just went to a best buy and the guy at the geek squad desk was looking up how to install a DVD drive.

manufactures go with worst case scenarios so people who buy rosewill or raidmax wont grenade their computers immediately.
Actually, their PSU recommendations are covering PSUs with a "peak" rating (which, of course, does include the lower quality PSUs). But there's a little bit more to it than that. Take the GTX 560 for example: NVIDIA says that they recommend using a 500W power supply to power a system with a single GTX 560 in it. So even if you're using a 500W that has a "peak" rating of 500W, it should be enough. But they're also referring to powering the typical type of system that would have a single GTX 560 in it. In other words, they're referring to a totally modern system.

So, this is why we can say that even a quality 450W would be absolutely enough to power a system with a single 560 in it because a recommendable 450W should have a "continuous" 450W rating with its "peak" rating exceeding 500W (usually).

But things get a bit hairy when such a system is overclocked because this raises the importance of getting a quality PSU that has important things under control such as the ripple which helps keep the system stable while overclocked. So this is where it becomes a bad idea to get like a generic 900W PSU to power a system with like two GTX 560s in it because it's quite likely that such a PSU woudn't be able to handle it and it might fail under the stress of trying to keep an overclocked system stable - especially when playing something like Metro 2033, or when doing all of the necessary stress testing.
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