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post #1431 of 1832
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Originally Posted by mk16 View Post

seasonic maks some of the best power supplies, but cant really tell you what you need til you tell us what its going to be powering.

I have a AMD FX 8100 CPU,
MSI 760g-p34 Mobo
DDR3 RAM 16GB
AMD Radeon R7 250
500GB mechanical HDD

Currently using thermaltake 430 watt PSU. ( I have been told this is not a good PSU )


I will be adding 2 SSDs and a mechanical HDD for storage.

just wondering which Seasonic PSU to buy?
post #1432 of 1832
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Originally Posted by cyberdome View Post

I have a AMD FX 8100 CPU,
MSI 760g-p34 Mobo
DDR3 RAM 16GB
AMD Radeon R7 250
500GB mechanical HDD

Currently using thermaltake 430 watt PSU. ( I have been told this is not a good PSU )


I will be adding 2 SSDs and a mechanical HDD for storage.

just wondering which Seasonic PSU to buy?

Seasonic is not the only brand out there dont back yourself into a corner

Look around you might find a good deal on something else

And no dont just buy something ask before you if its good or not

And if you have a TR-2 then its not very good
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post #1433 of 1832
can i expect to run the x-series 1250w psu with 4 x under-volted 7970's @ 1.05v in a mining rig ?!
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post #1434 of 1832
Cyberdome the Seasonic power supplies i have i love. they're both really quiet and very stable. What are you going to do with the machine and what hardware will you be running? this will be the determining factor in what supply to get.

good luck with your endeavor:
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post #1435 of 1832
invincible I would say yes. I am running it with three 780s and an amd cpu, 5 hard drives 2 blu ray drives 13 fans and a water cooler and it has some room to go.
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post #1436 of 1832
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Originally Posted by Q5Grafx View Post

Cyberdome the Seasonic power supplies i have i love. they're both really quiet and very stable. What are you going to do with the machine and what hardware will you be running? this will be the determining factor in what supply to get.

good luck with your endeavor:


I will be running 2 SSDs, one mechanial HDD for storage.
post #1437 of 1832
are you interested in future expansion or just keeping a machine running?
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Noctua 120 mm Windows 7 Ultimate Sony Bravia 47" Perixx Periboard208 
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Realtek ALC 888s TP link gigabit lan 
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WD Green HP optical DVDRW stock Windows 7 Ultimate 
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post #1438 of 1832
SeaSonic G Series 550-Watt ATX12V/EPS12V SSR-550RM would be a great keep the machine running power supply with room for some expansion.

Or

Seasonic 850W 80 Plus Gold ATX12V/EPS12V Power Supply - X-850 SS-850KM I own one of these in the Beast machine in my sig. I bought it originally for the Monster but it wasnt powerful enough so i put it in my render node.

either psu i listed are good psus. just depends if you want to say, upgrade the vid card some day or keep it where its at
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WD Green HP optical DVDRW stock Windows 7 Ultimate 
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WD Black WD Green WD Green HP optical DVDRW 
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Noctua 120 mm Windows 7 Ultimate Sony Bravia 47" Perixx Periboard208 
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AudioOther
Realtek ALC 888s TP link gigabit lan 
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AMD Phenon 2x4 640  H-Apricot-RS780L-uATX Foxxconn ATI Radeon 3000 Visiontek 8 gb ddr3 1333 
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WD Green HP optical DVDRW stock Windows 7 Ultimate 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
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post #1439 of 1832
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Originally Posted by Q5Grafx View Post

invincible I would say yes. I am running it with three 780s and an amd cpu, 5 hard drives 2 blu ray drives 13 fans and a water cooler and it has some room to go.

what PSU should i get for my sig rig after swapping out the 1250w for the said 4 gpu mining rig ?!
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD Western Digital 60EZRX 6TB 5400RPM HDD Samsung SH-S203N 20X LightScribe DVD RW Corsair H100i + 4x CM 120mm @ Push/Pull 
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5x CM 120mm + 1x CM 230mm + 1x NZXT 140mm Windows 10 x64 Samsung UA50JS7200R 50'' 4K SUHD HDR Smart TV Gigabyte Aivia Osmium 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Seasonic X-Series Gold 850W Cooler Master HAF 932 Gigabyte Aivia Krypton CM Storm Speed-RX S 
AudioAudioAudioOther
Creative SB X-FI Titanium Fatality Pro Edifier S760D 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound System Corsair Vengeance 2100 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Gamepad + Receiver 
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD Western Digital 60EZRX 6TB 5400RPM HDD Samsung SH-S203N 20X LightScribe DVD RW Corsair H100i + 4x CM 120mm @ Push/Pull 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
5x CM 120mm + 1x CM 230mm + 1x NZXT 140mm Windows 10 x64 Samsung UA50JS7200R 50'' 4K SUHD HDR Smart TV Gigabyte Aivia Osmium 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Seasonic X-Series Gold 850W Cooler Master HAF 932 Gigabyte Aivia Krypton CM Storm Speed-RX S 
AudioAudioAudioOther
Creative SB X-FI Titanium Fatality Pro Edifier S760D 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound System Corsair Vengeance 2100 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Gamepad + Receiver 
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post #1440 of 1832
I own old model X650. It has connectionboard like this:




It has colored cables. I'm going to use this power supply in my project case, FT03. It is pretty small case. I didn't want to sleeve original cables cause it still have warranty. Sleeving would automatically void warranty( I asked from shop where it has been bought ).
I ended up with Bitfenix extension cables.. As I said, it's small case and there is sooooo much cables on back now.

Are all those connectors standard? I found some connectors from finnish electronic online store which have same count of connectors as original cables got. They are made from Molex. They are white ones, but it doesn't matter cause they are not on visible spot.

So with all these connectors (on spoiler) and pins I have change to solder small extensions on bitfenix cables and then put these connectors on them. Then I got completely new cables as long as I want to make them. Aand I still got my warranty. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


And these connectors on them:


If this is working, im going to be so happy! biggrin.gif

Also, what size of diameter should cables be? What size do bitfenix extensions got?

Thanks for answers already! thumb.gif
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