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are you people sure those power supplies will handle this rig? i am going to overclock a bit. any other psu's besides the corsir ax one? i would prefer 80+gold ones
Units like HCP 1200 or ax1200 should be fine. The most important things you need to make sure that unit has at least 4x 8pin and 4x 6pin pcie power cables. Not all 1000w+ have the, such the Toughpower (W0133RU) 1200W.
post #13 of 21
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maybe i'll go with the cooler master silent pro gold 1200W. i dont know how many molex connectors i need though. i know the pump uses 1, the fan controller uses 1, and there is 2 on the pcie lanes. do i need some with the cold cathodes? anything i am missing?
    
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maybe i'll go with the cooler master silent pro gold 1200W. i dont know how many molex connectors i need though. i know the pump uses 1, the fan controller uses 1, and there is 2 on the pcie lanes. do i need some with the cold cathodes? anything i am missing?
That CM unit does have 4 x 6-Pin, 4 x 6+2-Pin pcie. For powerful gpu like 6970, connect it to pcie cable but not the molex connectors.
post #16 of 21
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could someone pleasetell me what psu i can use for this build?
BTW i know it is overkill
My PC draws 900w when folding (according to my kill-a-watt), I'd say that build is safe with a 1200w PSU (I recommend the AX1200).
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That CM unit does have 4 x 6-Pin, 4 x 6+2-Pin pcie. For powerful gpu like 6970, connect it to pcie cable but not the molex connectors.
so you are saing i dont need the molex connectors on the motherboard? so just need to use the pci-e ones?
    
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so you are saing i dont need the molex connectors on the motherboard? so just need to use the pci-e ones?
Pci-e is for GPU and molex for case fans etc.
post #19 of 21
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aww crap, the only ones i can find in my area are the cooler master silent pro gold 1200W, the corsair hx1000, the Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W, and the thermaltake toughpower 1500w. i can get theseones on this page http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...index&cPath=15 delivered, but which brand is the best on this page?
    
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post #20 of 21
the antec is the one I would go with for a build of that magnitude.
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