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1 hour ago, Nlelith said:

Okay, any reason to get 750W, or 650W should be sufficient even at heavy load? I use my PC for rendering in Cinema 4D/After Effects, and plan to try Blender with GPU-supported engine as well. i7 6700K 4.6Ghz / RTX 2080 Ti.

I have the DQ-M 650 and it's very quiet, practically silent.

And btw, the 750w units are likely to run louder as they tend to have more aggressive fan curves. ;)


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56 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

And btw, the 750w units are likely to run louder as they tend to have more aggressive fan curves. ;)

Hmmm

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15 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

on the legacy-legacy list it is located at Tier A. dont know how that would translate to today. 

 

do you need 1600w? because you can go for higher end powersupplies that are a little less wattage around the same price. 

Well, considering that running both of my HD 4870x2s are just shy of maxing out my 1000w unit when running them stock with my overclocked Phenom II X6 1090T, I need a bigger unit or two units to be able to power my torture box. Since I want everything to easily fit in my Corsair Air 540, I'd like to keep it to a single unit. Eventually, I want to upgrade my torture box to either X58 or X79 so I can keep enough pcie lanes to get the most bandwidth for quad-SLI and Quadfire.

13 hours ago, Juular said:

Full-bridge, complete protections set but can't find any info of whether it supports c6\c7 power states, probably not since it were released in 2013 but it may still be able to cope with c6\c7 crossloads, so if it does it would've been at tier A. Although, if you have any other options from tier A\A+ with maybe 1200W (enough for two RTX2080TI's with Threadripper) i'd recommend to pick them instead.

Ideally, I'd want to get a EVGA Supernova P2/T2 1600w or Corsair AXi 1600w but those cost well over double the Lepa G-series 1600w and I don't plan on using the rig for more than 10 hours a week, if that. I just want a budget friendly option to be able to power some old flagships I want to see what I can do. If I'm gonna collect working gpus, I might as well see how far I can push them under the best non-specialized cooling (i.e. Dice, LN2, Phase change).

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6 hours ago, Troika said:

I'd want to get a EVGA Supernova P2/T2 1600w or Corsair AXi 1600w but those cost well over double the Lepa G-series 1600w

It never worth saving on the PSU if you're unsure about it's quality, while 170$ for 1.6kW unit sounds good, as already said it's very old one and i'd recommend 1.3kW Seasonic PRIME Gold over it any day (220$), should be enough for two 450W GPUs and some 400W change for the CPU and other components, and even then there's about 30% headroom over rated power so it'll certainly handle smth even more powerful (as almost all other PSUs in tier A and up).


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I'm deciding between a Corsair RM750x (2018) or a Seasonic Focus Px 750. (The Corsair its 10 bucks cheaper)

This is my setup, brand new: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tLsLFG
With my old EVGA 1000 G (120 G1 1000 VR) it worked fine, but I bought a be quiet! Straight Power 11 and the coil whine.. Pc turned off was loud, turned on was louder and playing games was unbearable. I already returned it.
I used the tier list and read trough several comments, those 2 are the only ones I'm interested in that are available for me. (Not sure about giving be quiet! a second chance...) and yes, I want it to be 750 w.

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4 minutes ago, Regnier said:

I'm deciding between a Corsair RM750x (2018) or a Seasonic Focus Px 750. (The Corsair its 10 bucks cheaper)

Corsair then. But you don't need 750W for this, 550\650W would be enough for the most high-end build if it's solely for gaming purposes.


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Thanks for the quick reply.

I was going for a 650 w, but I noticed that my mobo has an extra 4 pin atx 12v connector, for extreme CPU wattage. I know I will NEVER need so much power for that but... I'm really picky in useless stuff like that. Probably will toss a coin between rm650x and rm750x.

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On 2/6/2020 at 8:49 AM, Kaygooo said:

not suitable for systems >650W 

Maybe you mean 

suitable for systems <650W

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4 hours ago, Juular said:

It never worth saving on the PSU if you're unsure about it's quality, while 170$ for 1.6kW unit sounds good, as already said it's very old one and i'd recommend 1.3kW Seasonic PRIME Gold over it any day (220$), should be enough for two 450W GPUs and some 400W change for the CPU and other components, and even then there's about 30% headroom over rated power so it'll certainly handle smth even more powerful (as almost all other PSUs in tier A and up).

That's a good point. I suppose it would have been a good buy 8 years ago but it probably isn't nowadays. I'll just save up for something solidly reliable like an AXi 1600 or Supernova P2/T2 1600. It'll cost more but at the end of the day, it's a more reliable unit that'll stand up to the abuse and heavy loads and probably outlive the bench I put it in.

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2 minutes ago, Troika said:

That's a good point. I suppose it would have been a good buy 8 years ago but it probably isn't nowadays. I'll just save up for something solidly reliable like an AXi 1600 or Supernova P2/T2 1600. It'll cost more but at the end of the day, it's a more reliable unit that'll stand up to the abuse and heavy loads and probably outlive the bench I put it in.

Thing is unless you'll have more than two insanely power-hungry GPUs (300-400W) in your system, 1.3kW PSU would be more than enough. And the reliability or durability of PSU doesn't depend on it's wattage.


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4 minutes ago, Troika said:

That's a good point. I suppose it would have been a good buy 8 years ago but it probably isn't nowadays. I'll just save up for something solidly reliable like an AXi 1600 or Supernova P2/T2 1600. It'll cost more but at the end of the day, it's a more reliable unit that'll stand up to the abuse and heavy loads and probably outlive the bench I put it in.

assuming you're in the us, you can currently get this one, which should perfectly do

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/n3rG3C/antec-power-supply-hcp1300platinum


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5 minutes ago, Juular said:

Thing is unless you'll have more than two insanely power-hungry GPUs (300-400W) in your system, 1.3kW PSU would be more than enough. And the reliability or durability of PSU doesn't depend on it's wattage.

Quad-SLI and Quad-fire setups can easily chug 1200w all on their own before any overclocking. I ran two 780s in SLI for a year before I moved to my Fury X. I think the gpus alone were sucking up about 530w on their own after a fairly hefty oc. Well, hefty for reference cards.

4 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

assuming you're in the us, you can currently get this one, which should perfectly do

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/n3rG3C/antec-power-supply-hcp1300platinum

I do live in the US but 1300w won't cut it. I plan on adding four HD 7970s to my collection at some point and each of those suck down 300w stock. I want to be able to run anything I throw at this bench on a single psu. If I have to eventually add a second psu because I find a combination of parts that suck down over 1600w then I'll do it.

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Just now, Troika said:

I want to be able to run anything I throw at this bench on a single psu.

then ax1600i will honestly be your best option, in my eyes the best consumer psu on the current market


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20 hours ago, Juular said:

Hmmm

 

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So in this case, it's actually opposite of what I assumed. The higher-wattage unit stays quieter at higher loads. I stand corrected.


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10 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

then ax1600i will honestly be your best option, in my eyes the best consumer psu on the current market

I have a RMx 1000w in my main rig, its a few years old now but still runs like a champ. I'd agree with that about the AXi. I know a few people who have those and they've never complained about them. Well, one did but only cause its a little too long for the case he had. xD

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On 2/6/2020 at 7:41 PM, MEC-777 said:

I have the DQ-M 650 and it's very quiet, practically silent.

would that one be total overkill for stock r9 3900x and 1050Ti(not even 6-pin) for a friend?
if it is what tier would you recommend at least for rendering videos mostly, firend is recieving some funds from state to upgrade his equipment, running on i7 3930k atm, but with crappy Raidmax Thunder 735W, that needs to go too alongside his old CPU/Mobo/RAM

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6 hours ago, komi1997 said:

would that one be total overkill for stock r9 3900x and 1050Ti(not even 6-pin) for a friend?
if it is what tier would you recommend at least for rendering videos mostly, firend is recieving some funds from state to upgrade his equipment, running on i7 3930k atm, but with crappy Raidmax Thunder 735W, that needs to go too alongside his old CPU/Mobo/RAM

Overkill, yes. But not unreasonable.


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6 hours ago, komi1997 said:

if it is what tier would you recommend at least for rendering videos mostly

Depends on the price, if it's not that expensive then why not. If this build wouldn't use more powerful GPU ever, it'll be fine with smth from tier B and up, smth from Xilence \ be quiet! should be available in Serbia for a reasonable price i guess, aim for 550W.


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5 hours ago, Juular said:

Depends on the price, if it's not that expensive then why not. If this build wouldn't use more powerful GPU ever, it'll be fine with smth from tier B and up, smth from Xilence \ be quiet! should be available in Serbia for a reasonable price i guess, aim for 550W.

It's same price as bequiet! Straight Power 11 550W and Bitfenix Whisper 650W, and only 10 euros more than Pure Power 11 600W (I personally got 400W one and I am super happy), but this Deepcool seems to be a good deal

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1 hour ago, komi1997 said:

It's same price as bequiet! Straight Power 11 550W and Bitfenix Whisper 650W, and only 10 euros more than Pure Power 11 600W (I personally got 400W one and I am super happy), but this Deepcool seems to be a good deal

It is. I mean, if that PC wouldn't use dGPU more powerful than GTX1050Ti then you'll be fine with 450-550W unit from tier B\B+, like CM MWE Bronze\Gold, Corsair CX\CXm, Seasonic S12G \ M12II (750W+), Xilence Performance X\A+, be quiet System Power 9 \ Pure Power 10\11, SilentiumPC L2\M2, Gigabyte PB\GH, Deepcool DQ-ST. Practically the only difference with tier A units are topology, these units are all double-forward which starts to whine with highest-tier GPUs but otherwise they're pretty much fine for anything aside from slightly lower voltage regulation and ripple suppression performance, and you certainly don't need more than 450W for 150W Ryzen 9 and 75W GTX1050 Ti. But whether it worth saving (only) about 50$ on this are up to you and if there's even slightest chance of getting better GPU i'd say it worth getting tier A unit like the one you're looking at.


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On 12/27/2019 at 6:33 AM, LukeSavenije said:

okay, how many models evga? this is torture

 

I'm too uncertain about revolt pro to recommend, g3 has protection issues, so I'm going to recommend g2 and p2 out of those, both being super flower leadex ii based

Hello, I’m newbie here and planning to build a pc. While in considering phanteks revolt pro 850, will you add it to your list?

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5 hours ago, Twins said:

Hello, I’m newbie here and planning to build a pc. While in considering phanteks revolt pro 850, will you add it to your list?

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We discussed it just recently, it looks like it's based on Seasonic Focus platform so it uncertain, since it's quite old it's possibly still Focus FX, then it'll end-up with the rest of them at tier D+, but maybe they've switched to newer revision, Focus GX, then it's good. If you have any other options i'd recommend to avoid it.


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