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post #11 of 1851 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 08:28 AM
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X-650 here.

The first few weeks I got it, I thought the fan was broken cause it only spins once in a while. It runs so hot.

Does nobody else find that very weird?

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post #12 of 1851 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 09:33 AM
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Question guys... I popped into the PSU thread to ask about an X650 and saw this thread. Perfect timing.

I'm about to pull the trigger and pick up a Seasonic X650 and wanted to make sure it would run my rig (see my sig)

AMD quad core, sapphy 6950, 3 HDD's, and want to be able to run a bulldozer 8-core when they arrive.

Would the 650 be enough? Thanks!

EDIT: I'm actually currently using a 650w and clearly its working, but is it close to the max, or...?

It would easily run it with loads of headroom.

Bulldozer will use way less power than current Phenoms so it'll easily take care of that too.
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Question guys... I popped into the PSU thread to ask about an X650 and saw this thread. Perfect timing.

I'm about to pull the trigger and pick up a Seasonic X650 and wanted to make sure it would run my rig (see my sig)

AMD quad core, sapphy 6950, 3 HDD's, and want to be able to run a bulldozer 8-core when they arrive.

Would the 650 be enough? Thanks!

EDIT: I'm actually currently using a 650w and clearly its working, but is it close to the max, or...?

Bit-tech is a good place to check for this since they take their power consumption tests at the wall outlet.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2010/12/16/ati-radeon-hd-6950-review/10

Hack some extra off for the oc and you've got a lot of room...
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post #14 of 1851 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 08:04 PM
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Seasonic X-750 owner here. smile.gif

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I have a x650.

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post #16 of 1851 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 11:27 PM
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Totally in! I just bought an x650 yesterday with a sweet deal on newegg for it. smile.gif

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Count me in, just got my X750 the other day, getting ready for sli ! gorgeous PSU

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Homeles, Culverin, magicase, krajee, Behemoth777 and homer98 are in.

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Got the same deal (I'm assuming) on that x-650 from newegg..just installed last night.
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post #20 of 1851 (permalink) Old 03-29-2011, 06:48 AM
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Got a 750X here myself. Great psu. Only thing I do not like is the multi colored wires sticking out of the very end of them to plug into the psu. The corsair one has them all nice and covered....

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