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what is  your  opinion for my psu? coolermaster maker 1500

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You power render farms with that thing

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what  you mean  my  power render farms with that thing?

 

i am saying  which  are  the positives and the negatives  for my psu which i have  this i mean.

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Just now, xailander said:

what  you mean  my  power render farms with that thing?

It's a brutally overkill wattage for any common system meaning it should be used for other stuff like render farms.

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why is overkill   wattage for any common system?  my  psu

 

you mean that  my  psu isnot good ? for overclocking,, high voltages? etc?

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16 minutes ago, xailander said:

why is overkill   wattage for any common system?  my  psu

 

you mean that  my  psu isnot good ? for overclocking,, high voltages? etc?

most PSU have a power efficiency curve where its most efficient at like 30%-80%(estimate) of its usage, thus you might be idling or even under load be quite inefficient.

 

However that completely depends on your other Hardware?

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20 minutes ago, xailander said:

what  you mean  my  power render farms with that thing?

 

i am saying  which  are  the positives and the negatives  for my psu which i have  this i mean.

He is expressing his opinion with exaggeration that the PSU is one used by Computers that have 6-7 GPU within them. and thus completely ridiculous to have in a 'normal' consumer PC

 

though again that does depend on what your running on it.

 

 

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someone  told  me that    the regulation and transient response on the 3,3V and 5V rails is not very good, the transient response on the 12V rail is only okay, it only has two 12V rails, and it's not quiet at all. ??

 

 

what he means with all these things?

can someone explain me  please?

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2 hours ago, xailander said:

I have the coolermaster maker 1500

http://www.coolermaster.com/powersupply/masterwatt-series/masterwatt-maker-1500/

 

what is  your  opinion for my psu?

which are the positives and the negatives  for my psu which i have?

Its not an amazing PSU but it is OK.

 

However, I doubt you need it as it is able to power at least 4 highest end graphics card, probably more with a high end desktop.

So you need some serious Hardware.

2 hours ago, xailander said:

why is overkill   wattage for any common system?  my  psu

 

you mean that  my  psu isnot good ? for overclocking,, high voltages? etc?

No, it means you're wasting money for something that gives you no advantages but a shit ton of disadvantages.

 

FOr example, if something bad would happen, the PSU has to deliver at least 125A, OCP/OPP is somewhere between 20-40% more than that, wich means 150A-175A that the PSU will deliver if something goes wrong, before it switches off. IIRC it isn't a multi rail design, so the damage if for example a MOSFET is shorted to ground, is enormous, might even cause a fire. 

That's a general Problem of the Wattage with Single Rail Designs, not just this PSU.

 

And because we're talking about a 1500W PSU; even if it is Titanium, we're still talking about 140W that has to be cooled. Wich means high speed fan and those tend to be louder. So again, its a problem all 1500W PSU have. There are some better ones and some worse ones...

 

In the end, you might want to save a bit of money and get the right PSU for the system you have. because that's the smart thing to do.

Getting a 1500W PSU means you need a Dual CPU Board with 4 GPUs or be a "suicide overclocker", that kills his hardware for a world record.

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15 hours ago, xailander said:

what  score  you  would put if the  value  prize was  normal  from 0  to 10 score?

@Stefan Payne

No idea because I don't care about 1500W PSU.

I care most about 400-550W and maybe 750/850W PSU.

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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