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post #191 of 212 (permalink) Old 01-13-2017, 12:30 PM
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headscratch.gif Could you rephrase that in English?
I think he is trying to say that ipure64 worries too much biggrin.gif . He has a double conversion UPS but he still uses "protected" outlets which is totally unnecessary because the stuff he connected to the UPS isn't mains earth reference.

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headscratch.gif Could you rephrase that in English?
I think he is trying to say that ipure64 worries too much biggrin.gif . He has a double conversion UPS but he still uses "protected" outlets which is totally unnecessary because the stuff he connected to the UPS isn't mains earth reference.

I kinda sorta got that. My response was a politer version of what I was actually thinking of his response. His response came across as unnecessarily sarcastic but I couldn't be sure if the obscure way he wrote it was due to not being a native English speaker, being half asleep, being drunk or stoned, or something else?

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The CP1500PFCLCD is a excellent Unit. I run 3 machines one my main rig, 5820k OC'ed to 4.5 with a 1080 Hybrid. It has 2 SSD's and 3 x spinner disks. My 1st main server is a 2500k sandy bridge OC'ed to 4.5 with a lil 750 TI with 1 ssd and 6 x spinner disks, the 3rd is a old 1055 T with one drive running a ton of rust servers. The most see for the watts being Pulled is 810 Watts if anyone is wondering how much it takes to get up near this limit. Video cards will really want to suck down power like a margarita.

the only thing i wish was extra on this unit was native plugin for a extra battery supply like the one APC unit, but i wont give up pure sine wave for that, i'll rig up a large sealed deep cycle before that.

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Hi ! I guess i like the idea "protection over protection" the 1x6 socket type that i mentioned, works only if the socket is polarised or how to say in phase with the circuit, has a ground fault indicator led that checks ground orientation in respect to Neutral wiring.Because of that in my country schuko outlets don't get phase polarisation like those in America.I had to check and oriented the plug with a Voltage screwdriver.To not let the Live inductance escape trough the wrong way in asymetrical wiring.I do understand the "nothingless" in using those outlets along with the UPS. I had to do it that way. Reassuring and assuring protection.thumb.gif

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UPS close look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXNxQnF602g smile.gif
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What you guys are still thinking isn't enough...ESR is still too high...I promise you...You really want to make regulator wattatron from hell and all that etc.
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Thank you for the thread I'm in the process of building a new Rig on the X99 build i used power calculator and with a overclock of 4.5Ghz around 1.4v on the core voltage my rig would consume around 658W. I will be equipping it with a HX1050 PSU. I'm thinking of purchasing the CP1500PFCLCD would this be enough to power my whole rig or is my PSU wattage too big or would the UPS only take into account the actual load that's being used at the time. Hope you can help thanks
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Thank you for the thread I'm in the process of building a new Rig on the X99 build i used power calculator and with a overclock of 4.5Ghz around 1.4v on the core voltage my rig would consume around 658W. I will be equipping it with a HX1050 PSU. I'm thinking of purchasing the CP1500PFCLCD would this be enough to power my whole rig or is my PSU wattage too big or would the UPS only take into account the actual load that's being used at the time. Hope you can help thanks

I'm no expert on PSU sizing, but I think you are going a bit big if you don't plan to add in anything later on and I also have seen it mentioned a few times that those calculators are usually pretty wrong and I believe overshoot the requirements.
If you dont get much of a response here you may want to do a separate thread to look over your build plans and likely someone with PSU experience will give good suggestions.

In regards to the UPS, it will only use the actual load that the PC is consuming plus anything else plugged into the surge side so maybe a monitor and modem which isn't much extra.
In the event of a power outage, as long as the true used power is under the rated wattage of the UPS, then you will be good to go.
Run times will vary depending on power used, but the 1500 should give you a good chunk of time while under load to close out and save anything.
On idle it will likely be good for 20 minutes or so.

I like the CP units and think you have a good one chosen, but yes I would get feedback and reconsider the PSU size.
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Thank you for the thread I'm in the process of building a new Rig on the X99 build i used power calculator and with a overclock of 4.5Ghz around 1.4v on the core voltage my rig would consume around 658W. I will be equipping it with a HX1050 PSU. I'm thinking of purchasing the CP1500PFCLCD would this be enough to power my whole rig or is my PSU wattage too big or would the UPS only take into account the actual load that's being used at the time. Hope you can help thanks

I'm no expert on PSU sizing, but I think you are going a bit big if you don't plan to add in anything later on and I also have seen it mentioned a few times that those calculators are usually pretty wrong and I believe overshoot the requirements.
If you dont get much of a response here you may want to do a separate thread to look over your build plans and likely someone with PSU experience will give good suggestions.

In regards to the UPS, it will only use the actual load that the PC is consuming plus anything else plugged into the surge side so maybe a monitor and modem which isn't much extra.
In the event of a power outage, as long as the true used power is under the rated wattage of the UPS, then you will be good to go.
Run times will vary depending on power used, but the 1500 should give you a good chunk of time while under load to close out and save anything.
On idle it will likely be good for 20 minutes or so.

I like the CP units and think you have a good one chosen, but yes I would get feedback and reconsider the PSU size.

Absolutely this. If only one GPU is going in that system and you aren't using BIOS mods or specialized cooling, save the trouble and money and get a quality 550W PSU. As for the PFC1500LED, I have that exact model. My rig can get about 4 minutes at full load (maybe less since different GPU now), but that is plenty of time to save your game, close it down, and extend the battery to 45+ minutes.

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I'm no expert on PSU sizing, but I think you are going a bit big if you don't plan to add in anything later on and I also have seen it mentioned a few times that those calculators are usually pretty wrong and I believe overshoot the requirements.
If you dont get much of a response here you may want to do a separate thread to look over your build plans and likely someone with PSU experience will give good suggestions.

In regards to the UPS, it will only use the actual load that the PC is consuming plus anything else plugged into the surge side so maybe a monitor and modem which isn't much extra.
In the event of a power outage, as long as the true used power is under the rated wattage of the UPS, then you will be good to go.
Run times will vary depending on power used, but the 1500 should give you a good chunk of time while under load to close out and save anything.
On idle it will likely be good for 20 minutes or so.

I like the CP units and think you have a good one chosen, but yes I would get feedback and reconsider the PSU size.

Thanks for the reply, I have posted my build on PSU thread. I think I may consider downsizing seeing now that most components are becoming more power efficient
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