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post #61 of 73
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This morning I've recieved mails, telling me that my order has been shipped. This is the parts I've chosen.

SG05-B 450 Watt
GTX 570 Phantom (Cutting the case to make it fit, plan b, if this doesn't work is a GTX 560)
2600K i7
Intel DH67CF (Sending this back because of the SATA problems when the P67 itx boards hits the streets)
8 GB Corsair XMS3 CL9 (1333 MHz)
Crucial RealSSD C300 (Maybe one more for raid...?)
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post #62 of 73
FAIL

enjoy your rig while it lasts. It won't last very long
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post #63 of 73
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Crucial09 View Post
FAIL

enjoy your rig while it lasts. It won't last very long


Get a new point of view on life and do stuff like this. I don't care if it might fail, think about if it succeeds. Awesome power in an awesome small amount of space!

Besides, even if this fails. I've learned something.
Edited by [Nuc] - 2/24/11 at 6:36am
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post #64 of 73
why does it have so much memory? i thought 580s only had 1.5 not 3?
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post #65 of 73
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It's a special "Phantom" edition. It has an alternative cooling design, along with a slight OC and much more ram
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post #66 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by [Nuc] View Post


Get a new point of view on life and do stuff like this. I don't care if it might fail, think about if it succeeds. Awesome power in an awesome small amount of space!

Besides, even if this fails. I've learned something.
a new view on life over shelling out maybe 80$ for a decent psu that can power it?

Your messed up in the head.

Get this silverstone psu and case.
come with a 600 watt psu instead of some crap oem 450watt that can't power a computer from 1990's

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/how...ctor_gaming_pc

They are using a 600 watt on an i7 870 and gtx 460 for a reason.
Not using a 580 with a 450w psu

Here is another thread on 450 watt and the 580
no one recommends it
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182032
Edited by Crucial09 - 2/24/11 at 7:22am
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post #67 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by [Nuc] View Post


Get a new point of view on life and do stuff like this. I don't care if it might fail, think about if it succeeds. Awesome power in an awesome small amount of space!

Besides, even if this fails. I've learned something.


You right man 3 days of people telling you to get a different PSU so your not putting $650 in CPU & GPU (assuming 570, not 580) at risk is totally an important life lesson.


good luck with your build.
    
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post #68 of 73
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Crucial09 View Post

Here is another thread on 450 watt and the 580
no one recommends it
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182032
Thanks for the link, I think you have sent the wrong one though. I would love to see it, could you try to link again? (This takes me to a 600W PSU, not a thread about the GTX 580 + 450W PSU)

Also bear in mind, that I will be using the 570 (Not a hella' difference, but it should help a little)

I know that you guys are just being realistic, but seriously: Let's be optimists guys. This is my money, my waster (if it fails) - That's not a problem at all, I have an extended electronic equipment insurance. It covers throwing bricks at televisions, I am sure I will get new components if a power error occurs (Don't tell me I won't, you have no idea what that insurance costs...)

Let this be a little experiment that we can all enjoy watching the outcome of, if it fails you have lost nothing and I will get some new parts and a SG07 (Happy now? xD)
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post #69 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by [Nuc] View Post
Thanks for the link, I think you have sent the wrong one though. I would love to see it, could you try to link again? (This takes me to a 600W PSU, not a thread about the GTX 580 + 450W PSU)

Also bear in mind, that I will be using the 570 (Not a hella' difference, but it should help a little)

I know that you guys are just being realistic, but seriously: Let's be optimists guys. This is my money, my waster (if it fails) - That's not a problem at all, I have an extended electronic equipment insurance. It covers throwing bricks at televisions, I am sure I will get new components if a power error occurs (Don't tell me I won't, you have no idea what that insurance costs...)

Let this be a little experiment that we can all enjoy watching the outcome of, if it fails you have lost nothing and I will get some new parts and a SG07 (Happy now? xD)
oops pasted the same one twice.
here is the other link
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8678...gtx-580-a.html
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post #70 of 73
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Handy link, good reading.

The ETA on the parts are monday (Mobo & CPU, *might* come tomorrow though)

Wish me luck (It looks like I'm gonna' need it)
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