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post #241 of 249 (permalink) Old 05-26-2014, 01:27 PM
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Are you going to volt mod those 3 GTX 780 Ti cards?
If not then you dont need the AX1500i.
When I build a PC, it is based on what I want, not what I need. I want the Corsair AX1500i, period.smile.gif

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When I build a PC, it is based on what I want, not what I need. I want the Corsair AX1500i, period.smile.gif

Fair enough. To be honest I'm the same, when I build a rig it's not necessarily what I would recommend to someone else.



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When I build a PC, it is based on what I want, not what I need. I want the Corsair AX1500i, period.smile.gif
Fair enough. To be honest I'm the same, when I build a rig it's not necessarily what I would recommend to someone else.

I hear you. I never recommend 32GB of RAM like I have to anyone and even try to talk them out of it at times yet I do not regret having it.

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I hear you. I never recommend 32GB of RAM like I have to anyone and even try to talk them out of it at times yet I do not regret having it.
Bingo, you hit the nail on the head. thumb.gif

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I hear you. I never recommend 32GB of RAM like I have to anyone and even try to talk them out of it at times yet I do not regret having it.
Bingo, you hit the nail on the head. thumb.gif

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I am hoping Corsair George reads this and will respond. I am wondering why there is still no sign of the Corsair AX1500i here in Toronto Ontario Canada. I am sitting here with an unopened 900D, three GTX 780 Ti cards, and want only this power supply to go in my new system. Any idea when this item will ship to Toronto?

This power supply, and custom Corsair cables in red to go with it, would make me a very happy camper.


Many thanks for your time, and have an great day.

Well, no word from George, a bit disappointing. I pulled the trigger and ordered the AX1500i directly from Corsair, and will have to pay UPS to ship it up here to Canada.
I hate to see what the final bill will be after the Canadian exchange rate and UPS fees. But, we all know how it is when we want what we want.
Now, if only I could get some nice red cables to go with it!

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I agree, that's one reason why I use Corsair parts. However, George need to go back to the old Obsidian look. Also, the quality of the 650D is far better than the new Obsidian line.

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Just got myself the metallic graphite for my RM850. These cable are so worth the money, they are absolutely gorgeous.
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I need a 8pin red sleeved for my HD 7950. It's possible to find ? rolleyes.gif

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