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Is the motherboard compatible with the power supply?

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    Yes! The Rosewill LIGHTNING-1300 is 100% compatble with the ASUS Maximus V EXTREME LGA 1155
    May I know why you need 1300 watts?
    Thanks

    Robertinio1996 said:
    For two gtx 680s Classified 4GB
    Intel core i7 3770k
    A lot of liquid cooling, led fans, 32gb ram
    And alot of other sh*t))
    Im just building a high end pc.


    Well then that PSU is Overkill.
    You will be fine with a quality PSU like this:
    XFX PRO850W XXX Edition Semi-Modular 80 Plus Silver Certified 850 Watt Active PFC Power Supply

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207017
  2. It will work fine , however it's 1300w and that's a lot of watts, why are you wanting to go with such a high amount of watts. What are you putting in your computer that is going to require that much power?
  3. For two gtx 680s Classified 4GB
    Intel core i7 3770k
    A lot of liquid cooling, led fans, 32gb ram
    And alot of other sh*t))
    Im just building a high end pc.
  4. Well thanks. I'll keep that in mind)
  5. As you can see by my sig I have a similar build and when you start adding water cooling then you are adding extra parts that need power. I went with the Seasonic 1250w since my total power draw is around 900w, it's always better to have too much then not enough.
  6. Seasonic X-1250 1250W is 90% Efficient PSU, One of the finest when money is no object :)
    Your draw is 900W so your consumption is just about 810W that gives you enough room for 3 way SLI

    Im running a 670FTW with 195W TDP on a Seasonic s12 620W
    My draw on full load is just about 300W
    So given its 85% my consumption is 255W
    That should allow me a 2Way SLI I suppose down the road :)
    Which I might do sometimes soon depends on a new 144Hz purchase
  7. Thank you thank you))
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