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Originally Posted by silveralf View Post

I really like Corsair products. My current PSU is Corsair GS600 and I have it for four years now. Never experienced any problems with it!

I'm sure that 850-860 wats will be more than enough for my current build but I may be adding a second GTX 980 Ti in the future.


Fair enough. Are you sure you won't just replace the 980 Ti with a GTX 1080? By the time you want to get another GTX 980 Ti, will you be able to find one?


What are the prices you're seeing of these two PSUs?

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