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Here's a question; lets say 5 or 6 months from now i wanted to add another 560ti in SLI, would the 750w psu be enough or would i need a 850w or higher?
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post #12 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by SonofNoob;12953095 
Here's a question; lets say 5 or 6 months from now i wanted to add another 560ti in SLI, would the 750w psu be enough or would i need a 850w or higher?

750W is enough but considering for about $20 you can get 850W go for 850W.
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post #13 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by csm725;12952150 
Setting aside $200 for a monitor, here is a $1300 build (assuming you live in US out of Cali because of damn sales tax)

Mobo: P8P67 Deluxe $240
CPU: i5-2500k $225
Cooler: 212+ Hyper $30
GPU: EVGA 560 Ti Superclocked $250
Memory: Vengeance 8GB $100
Case: Antec 902 v3 $110
PSU: 650HX $120
Drive: DRW-24B1ST $20
Primary HDD: 150GB Raptor $110
Data HDD: 1TB Caviar Black $90

$1305

trololololololololo
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post #14 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by SonofNoob;12953095 
Here's a question; lets say 5 or 6 months from now i wanted to add another 560ti in SLI, would the 750w psu be enough or would i need a 850w or higher?
Um best person/place to ask is Phaedrus in the PSU section about that but I'd assume it should be
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Originally Posted by frycicle;12953251 
750W is enough but considering for about $20 you can get 850W go for 850W.
It's not always about Watt per cost it's about the quality of the unit. Again I defer you to Phaedrus as he's been doing this for longer than most it would seem he knows his stuff.

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post #15 of 33
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Originally Posted by phazer11;12954020 
Um best person/place to ask is Phaedrus in the PSU section about that but I'd assume it should be

It's not always about Watt per cost it's about the quality of the unit. Again I defer you to Phaedrus as he's been doing this for longer than most it would seem he knows his stuff.

Any other questions?

I was speaking in the Corsair TX line. Those are some of the highest quality PSUs out there.
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Maybe.. but I'd still ask phaedrus because you don't know if it's a good seasonic or what.
     
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post #17 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by phazer11;12954837 
Maybe.. but I'd still ask phaedrus because you don't know if it's a good seasonic or what.

LOLOLOLOLOL. Corsair has Seasonic make their PSUs. Corsair just has them use higher quality parts.
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post #18 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by frycicle;12953265 
trololololololololo

If you would care to construct a response in English then maybe I could answer you, but for now I'm not sure what SSD can hold Win7 Pro and ~20-30GB of programs for under $100. Find me one and compose a reply in a language I understand and then we'll see.

E: Seems you're obligated to put a 'trolololooloo' or 'LOLOLOLLOLOLOL' to begin any one of your outstanding posts.
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post #19 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by csm725;12954888 
If you would care to construct a response in English then maybe I could answer you, but for now I'm not sure what SSD can hold Win7 Pro and ~20-30GB of programs for under $100. Find me one and compose a reply in a language I understand and then we'll see.

E: Seems you're obligated to put a 'trolololooloo' or 'LOLOLOLLOLOLOL' to begin any one of your oustadning posts.

I'm quite a great speaker of English. It is obvious that you are trolling because you are suggesting he get a Velociraptor. Welcome to 3 years ago.

Also for $130 you can get a 64GB c300. Great drive.
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post #20 of 33
Not sure the significance of the bolded misspelled word considering it is spelled correctly in the post you quoted, however...
I myself have a 128GB C300. I'm not sure if the 64GB SSD's even come with 64GB or if its 64,000,000,000 bytes = 59.6GB. Assuming it comes with ~60GB of actual space, Windows 7 Professional takes up, what, 20GB (if I recall correctly)? That leaves us with just under 40GB of space. Install Photoshop and Office 2010 and you'll be left with approximately 20-30GB of space (again, I'm not sure how much space Photoshop CS5 and Office take up). Assuming the user is smart enough to move the default user location to the data drive to save space, this leaves around 15GB of free space. Install some other programs and you are left with, in the best case scenario, 7-12GB of space. Hardly breathing room, no?
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