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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 04:42 AM - Thread Starter
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Super flower Leadex Titanium 850w or Corsair HX850

From top PSU's only these 2 are available at my local store. There is almost no info about titanium super flower except official page, but i expect premium quality. Which one to choose?

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I have the SuperFlower 850w Platinum PSU and it is one of the best money can buy. I have had many Corsair PSUs die on me over the years. Not had one SuperFlower die. They are in a different league compared to most.

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/57...iew/index.html it's the 1000w model but the same principle applies.

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From top PSU's only these 2 are available at my local store. There is almost no info about titanium super flower except official page, but i expect premium quality. Which one to choose?
I went for this one:
https://seasonic.com/prime-ultra-titanium#specification

Mainly because of local availability. From what i read about Superflower it should be comparable in quality.

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If those two are the only options i would go with the Leadex as long as you aware that its bigger than the HX

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There is one more option, seasonic prime titanium, but 750w, 850w is not available. Target build will be 3700x + 2080ti overclocked. So new question is, seasonic prime 750w vs super flower titanium 850w.

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You dont need an 850 watt a 750 watt is more than enough power

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You are right, i wanted 850w only to stay in the middle of efficiency graph during load, but i saw efficiency graph for seasonic prime 750w here https://tpucdn.com/review/seasonic-p...efficiency.jpg and it looks satisfying for 750w too, so i will stick to seasonic. Thanks for your help.

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Just to let you know but i have seen a few reports saying the Seasonic Prime has problems with the RTX 2080 Ti which casues shutdowns
I have only seen a few reports so i dont know how big the problem is

https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-2080-Ti...-m2908567.aspx
The RTX 2080 Ti by the way is the least reliable of the RTX cards so you might want to re-consider buying one unless you already bought it

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But it is problem of 2080ti not the psu, right? I am buying whole PC right now except gpu, so no i didn't buy one yet, there are some rumours about 2080ti super coming in q1 and 3xxx delayed from yesterday, anyways i plan to buy gpu in january-february.

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The Seasonic Prime Ultra and the RTX 2080 Ti apparently and specifically has problems together so either change the PSU or the GPU
What resolution and refresh rate is the monitor you are using maybe the RTX 2080 Ti is way overkill and a 2080 Super is good enough

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