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View Poll Results: What wattage is your main system's PSU?
<300W 6 0.84%
300-399W 3 0.42%
400-499W 29 4.07%
500-599W 71 9.96%
600-699W 166 23.28%
700-799W 171 23.98%
800-999W 128 17.95%
1000-1200W 114 15.99%
>1200W 19 2.66%
Other (dual PSUs, laptop adapter/battery, etc.) 6 0.84%
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Seasonic X750w here. You could mess with everyones head and ask for RMS rating in the poll tongue.gif

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700w modxstream pro not the greatest but a decent psu for a single GPU and CPU with moderate overclocking
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1200w... Yes it is overkill... but it is so worth it for the system upgrade ability.

Exactly! Planning to get second GTX580 when the price drops after 600 series is released. Of course, I understand that 850/950W would suffice, but 580x2 SLI would push it to the limit. And that in turn will affect longevity. ...Plus add 16 fans and 6 HDDs and it's not quite an overkill anymore. smile.gif

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Enermax Galaxy Evo 1250w.
I just had to buy an extra 6990 just to please my Enermax.

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650w on my sig rig till I can find a delta GPS-850CB or GPS-750AB


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Seasonic x750. Very nice

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600w OCZ
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