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#21 91wow

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 01:54 PM

A 1050-1100w should be enough. See if you can get a cheaper psu. 

How many hdds do you mean by a ton?

All depends, right now 4 HHD'S 4 SSD's but as those fill I always buy more. I have 9TB on my NAS full, 4TB's in my current computer full, and a bunch of misc drives in boxes (about 10TB sata 2 and 3) full. I never delete anything :P



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#22 WoodenMarker

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 02:05 PM

All depends, right now 4 HHD'S 4 SSD's but as those fill I always buy more. I have 9TB on my NAS full, 4TB's in my current computer full, and a bunch of misc drives in boxes (about 10TB sata 2 and 3) full. I never delete anything :P

If it makes it any cheaper, a 1100w will do. I was thinking you would have 10 HDDs or something.


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#23 91wow

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 02:23 PM

If it makes it any cheaper, a 1100w will do. I was thinking you would have 10 HDDs or something.

Yeah I know it would be cheaper but the deals on PSU's aren't bad I mean Seasonic has a 1200W 80+ platinum for fairly cheap and this sin't a right here and now thing this is a few months down the line around August-September time for the rest of the things to go with watercooling. 






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