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post #1051 of 1059 (permalink) Old 07-04-2015, 10:40 AM
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Hmm according to the calculator my system needs 424watts

I have an 850 watt psu

so a nice solid 200% for me.

Two years later, and I'm now ordering a new powersupply. SIX YEARS with my old thermaltake power supply and it has now degraded so far it can't even handle a system that requires UNDER 250w (with a HD7750, and underclocking/volting my 940be). It probably only runs at 200w or less because i'm using the onboard video. System will HARDLOCK (screen shuts off, computer crashes, occasionally powers down completely)

so now I'm putting in a corsair cx600m, which puts me at 316w, or 189% smile.gif once I put my clocks back to where they should be and drop in my overclocked HD7850

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post #1052 of 1059 (permalink) Old 07-24-2015, 12:48 AM
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I recently upgraded my SS 850W Evo to CM V1200 Platinum.

System under gaming load pulls 400W from the wall, that's ~ 370W from the PSU itself.

I would say pretty good overkill for a V1200?

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Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB SSD
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860W Seasonic Platinum currently powering a 3770K and a 6850. 300W , max, probably less.
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post #1056 of 1059 (permalink) Old 08-04-2015, 11:57 AM
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If you used the new eXtremeOuterVision calculator (With the new layout), it's pretty much trash and inaccurate.

This thread needs a new calculating system, other than the was-good-turned-trash eXtremeOuterVision (It calculated ~700W for my system, which is waaaaaaaay off).

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If you used the new eXtremeOuterVision calculator (With the new layout), it's pretty much trash and inaccurate.

This thread needs a new calculating system, other than the was-good-turned-trash eXtremeOuterVision (It calculated ~700W for my system, which is waaaaaaaay off).

Just don't add your overclocks in the tool.
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post #1058 of 1059 (permalink) Old 08-08-2015, 03:40 PM
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LOOOL, i can definitly feel at home here xD

(493/1200)*100= 243.4%

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I'm in, 1200/729×100=164%

Seasonic 1200w platinum

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