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Yes I know that, I saw it long ago on the 80+ website, but if they are to release titanium psu, they will have to pass on 110v, no?
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KipH is going to be reporting from Computex and post about it here on OCN and i will be posting in the news thread.
So if anyone want news about more G1/G2/P2/T2 models tuned on his thread and the news thread.

https://www.overclock.net/t/1397795/psu-news-thread
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However its the DUMBEST THING IN THE WORLD that the cables are not usable with other PSU, or vice versa. Like...whats up with that?

OEM´s dont even use the same pin layout on all their platforms.
So of course another OEM is not going to be using any layout another OEM is using thats why.

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Hello everyone!

New to the forum and I thought I would just ask a question regarding these new PSU's. I just ordered the 850W version of this PSU and I am concerned now that I may have purchased one that is an "overkill" for my system. My system is as follows:

Intel DX58SO
Intel core i7 920 d0
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ATI Radeon HD 5770 (Sapphire)
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Corsair TX750W PSU
Crucial M500 240GB SSD
Samsung 500GB Sata HDD
Samsung DVD Drive


I have read countless threads about buying a PSU that should be between 40-60% of the load and 80+ Gold and yada yada yada. My main concern is that I am not using enough Wattage for my 850W psu and that it will harm the psu in the long run. I am leaning towards the fact that I shouldn't have to worry about an "overkill" because this is a high quality PSU and wont present problems that a cheaper, no-name brand would bring. Basically, I am looking for reassurance from people that are experts in this field.

Based on my rig, do you think going with the 850W instead of the 750W (850 was only 20 dollars more so I figured, why not?) is still fine? I am going to upgrade my card (debating between GTX 770 or R9 280X) and who knows, maybe I will SLI/Crossfire in the future. In my eyes, it is better to play it safe and have more headroom and I hoping this high quality PSU takes care of arguments that I have read online about being inefficient with a PSU that is an "overkill".

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It is overkill, massively, but I wouldn't worry.

 

Also: https://www.overclock.net/t/872013/50-load-myth/0_100



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It is overkill, massively, but I wouldn't worry.

Also: https://www.overclock.net/t/872013/50-load-myth/0_100

Wow! Quick reply thank you for the link too! I figured it would be overkill but I thought for 20 dollars more and a possibility of SLI/Crossfire in the future that it would be worth it. I don't plan on upgrading from this PSU for a long time. The TX750W doesn't play nice with my fractal define r4 (so many THICK cables) and I just want modular now lol.

Anyway, thanks for the reassurance!
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I would have actually had to pay extra to get a smaller high end psu. So i went with the 750W G2. Psu calc says I would be fine with under 500W. Better to have some headroom.
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Warning, big ass reply.

Please forgive my slowness for updates to this thread. I've been dealing with a few real life issues that have taken precedence.
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Ooh cookies! I want to join now for sure. EVGA 1300G2 owner reporting smile.gif

Sig suggestion: bruce.gif The Bang for Your Buck EVGA G2/P2/SuperFlower Leadex PSU Club bruce.gif

Added and thanks for your sig suggestion. Its going into the pool.
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I'm in the club, owner of a 1300G2 myself as well!

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Noooooooooo i wanted to do this.

I saw a void and filled it. I did call dibs. tongue.gif I will try to keep up with it as best as I can.
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Nice start to OP Philistine.

Thanks to members like Shilka, and Two Cables for pointing me in the right direction to this great PSU that's priced to kill other 1300 watt range units, including the platinum competition in qaulity, and near platinum performance.
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Here's my proof. smile.gif

Thanks! Added.
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There are rumors of more P2 models like a 1200 watts P2.
Oh the P2 should be in the name of the thread as well

Will do if the P2s are in fact re-branded Super Flower PSUs. I'm not totally familiar with EVGA's entire "Supernova" line. I was aiming for this thread to be for Super Flower and Super Flower re-branded EVGA PSUs. Keeping it all in the same family as it were. I know the G2s are re-branded Super Flower PSUs but I haven't researched the P2s (and there is literally no info on the recently announced 1600W T2).

As such any information regarding the EVGA P2 and T2 power supplies would be helpful if anyone has insight.
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I got the 850 G2 version not long ago...Mind you this pic is old as I've swapped the mobo to an OC Formula and other changes.
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Just got it not to long ago. It will be powering my 6 volt modded gridseeds and my system. biggrin.gif Need it for the amps more than watts. Planning for moar gridseeds. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ld8XSGj.jpg

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How do you plan to make the member list, do we need a picture and some validation form?

I could do something like I did for the Aquaero club (that ITDiva ended not using), looking like this:
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Form: OCN Aquaero Owners Club

OCN Aquaero Owners Club list.

In so far as I've taken it I'm just manually adding members as they post. If you could set up a Google Docs signup that would be absolutely great. (Perhaps I could ply you with some of my home made fudge? wink.gif ) Forum name and model with a pic (as optional) would be all I think is needed.
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Here's my G2 850 Watt, wish that I had the 1300 watt G2 in my sig rig...

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Owner of 1300g2 REPORTING IN!!
HURAHHHHHH.

This psu is fantastic! However its the DUMBEST THING IN THE WORLD that the cables are not usable with other PSU, or vice versa. Like...whats up with that?

WHy mix red and black cables....Now i feel like i need an ROG mobo-___-

QUITE AS HECK!!

I am ranting yet loving...its a love hate relationship...like..slapping your love in the butt.

So...when that psu sig comming=p

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Will do if the P2s are in fact re-branded Super Flower PSUs. I'm not totally familiar with EVGA's entire "Supernova" line. I was aiming for this thread to be for Super Flower and Super Flower re-branded EVGA PSUs. Keeping it all in the same family as it were. I know the G2s are re-branded Super Flower PSUs but I haven't researched the P2s (and there is literally no info on the recently announced 1600W T2)..

P2 = rebranded Super Flower Leadex Platinum

T2 = rebranded Super Flower Leadex Titanium

 

As well as the new T2 units they have released 1600W G2 and P2 units which you can add to the OP if you want. 

 

Here is the new G2 1600 product link, they haven't added the others to the site yet.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=120-G2-1600-X1



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Will do if the P2s are in fact re-branded Super Flower PSUs. I'm not totally familiar with EVGA's entire "Supernova" line. I was aiming for this thread to be for Super Flower and Super Flower re-branded EVGA PSUs. Keeping it all in the same family as it were. I know the G2s are re-branded Super Flower PSUs but I haven't researched the P2s (and there is literally no info on the recently announced 1600W T2)..
P2 = rebranded Super Flower Leadex Platinum
T2 = rebranded Super Flower Leadex Titanium

As well as the new T2 units they have released 1600W G2 and P2 units which you can add to the OP if you want. 

Here is the new G2 1600 product link, they haven't added the others to the site yet.
http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=120-G2-1600-X1

Thanks again! Updating the product listing and adding the EVGA T2 rebate lottery news.


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