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Why do you criticize people for their purchases?
I bought my Seasonic Platinum 1000W for a system that didn't even draw 500W back in 2012. Got flamed hard for it and had to put some uncultured jerks on block for insulting my purchase with my money. Still using that 1000W right now with my 9900K and Vega 64. 12v, 5v and 3.3v DO NOT MOVE at load from idle. I like to buy quality.

Are you going to insult people for spending $2500 on a RTX Titan for playing videogames, too?
It was a simple question not criticism so stop going full on SJW

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It was a simple question not criticism so stop going full on SJW
I'm not. You directly criticized his purchase just because you wouldn't do that purchase for yourself.
This stuff got many posts deleted from the RTX Titan thread.

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It was a simple question not criticism so stop going full on SJW
No offence taken, don't worry. Now that we are both from Denmark, do you know of any good offers right now? The Prime Ultra Titanium is kinda expensive, but the low noise would be nice to have. Is it the same with the Prime Ultra Gold?

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I'm not. You directly criticized his purchase just because you wouldn't do that purchase for yourself.
This stuff got many posts deleted from the RTX Titan thread.
Didn't take it as critique, so just let it go

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What PSU should I go with if I'm looking at upgrading to a 2080Ti in the future? I guess 750W is enough, but which model?
BeQuiet straight power 11.
Mine spins with ~250rpm on Idle and is deadly silent. Impossible to notice.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
I'm not. You directly criticized his purchase just because you wouldn't do that purchase for yourself.
This stuff got many posts deleted from the RTX Titan thread.
It was a freaking question nothing more it was not criticism and i could not care less what you or anyone else bought or want to buy if they are not asking for help about it
Dont know why you are so offended and worked up about it and i dont care so just leave it

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No offence taken, don't worry. Now that we are both from Denmark, do you know of any good offers right now? The Prime Ultra Titanium is kinda expensive, but the low noise would be nice to have. Is it the same with the Prime Ultra Gold?
Computersalg has the Prime Ultra Gold 750 watt for 1135 kr
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/411642...ime+Ultra+750+

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It was a freaking question nothing more it was not criticism and i could not care less what you or anyone else bought or want to buy if they are not asking for help about it
Dont know why you are so offended and worked up about it and i dont care so just leave it


Computersalg has the Prime Ultra Gold 750 watt for 1135 kr
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/411642...ime+Ultra+750+
Sounds good, so all Prime Ultra's are the same in regards to noise? It is just the efficiency that changes? Would a 750W be sufficient with a 2080Ti and a 2700X overclocked?

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Sounds good, so all Prime Ultra's are the same in regards to noise? It is just the efficiency that changes? Would a 750W be sufficient with a 2080Ti and a 2700X overclocked?
cybenetics has a noise chart of all the Seasonic units they have tested
https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php...&bdg=3&volts=1

The prime Ultra Gold 750 watt is the SSR-750GD and it gets the LAMBDA-S++ rating with an avg Noise of 33,64 db
As for the wattage yes a 750 watt should be more than enough power as long as you are not going nuts with the voltage on the CPU and GPU

Edit: the SSR-750PD which is the platinum version is actually slightly louder at an avg of 35,18 db

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
cybenetics has a noise chart of all the Seasonic units they have tested
https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php...&bdg=3&volts=1

The prime Ultra Gold 750 watt is the SSR-750GD and it gets the LAMBDA-S++ rating with an avg Noise of 33,64 db
As for the wattage yes a 750 watt should be more than enough power as long as you are not going nuts with the voltage on the CPU and GPU

Edit: the SSR-750PD which is the platinum version is actually slightly louder at an avg of 35,18 db
Thanks, 33db sounds like a lot if thats the average? My other fans in my case are rated at 19-25db...

The SS-1050XP3 which is a minor upgrade to mine with the same fan outputs 26db in their chart?

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Sounds good, so all Prime Ultra's are the same in regards to noise? It is just the efficiency that changes? Would a 750W be sufficient with a 2080Ti and a 2700X overclocked?

Unless you plan on running an XOC BIOS (is there even one for a 2080 Ti yet?) you'll be fine and even then with a 2700X you'll probably still be fine. My 750w couldn't handle my 9900K @ 1.4v+ with a XOC BIOS flashed to my card.

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Thanks, 33db sounds like a lot if thats the average? My other fans in my case are rated at 19-25db...

The SS-1050XP3 which is a minor upgrade to mine with the same fan outputs 26db in their chart?
Look at the noise charts and see what is most quiet
https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php?option=database

The Corsair RMx is one of the most quiet units around and the 2018 version is around 15db avg in cybenetics charts
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/415661...Corsair+RMx750

Edit: Corsair also have a new AX850 which is Seasonic based from what i recall but its not cheap
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/497323...ax850?sq=AX850

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