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March 6, 2014 10:51:04 AM

I want a good PSU that supports intel 6 core processor and 2 way 780 Ti Sli..
I do not care about power consumption :p 
Price range is between 200$ - 250$
And please give me more than one option :) 

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a b ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 10:53:15 AM

Overclocking or not?

Corsair AX 750/850 is recommended
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a c 75 ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 10:59:00 AM
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March 6, 2014 11:05:29 AM

Corsair AX860i:
https://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-ax86...

Corsair AX860:
https://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-ax86...

Seasonic X-850:
https://pcpartpicker.com/part/seasonic-power-supply-x85...

Seasonic Platinum 860:
https://pcpartpicker.com/part/seasonic-power-supply-pla...

Any of these would be a great choice. All are fully modular and are certified Gold or Platinum.

Unless your doing custom cooling, anything more than 850 watts is over kill.

Check this site out to verify you are getting a tier 1 PSU:

http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx

Happy building! :-)

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a c 1970 ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 7:54:04 PM

Platinum Certified \ Full Modular


PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 P2 1000W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($199.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Total: $199.99
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-03-06 22:55 EST-0500)


http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=...

Performance (40% of the final score) - and so we come once more to the scoring. This will be incredibly easy. 80 Plus Platinum? A pass in both tests means no points off a perfect score. Voltage regulation? Way above excellent at 0.6% average in the hot box. No points removed. Finally, the ripple suppression. Again, way better than my requirements for excellence. Units like this make this part of the score too easy, because this really does deserve a perfect score. So, I'm going to give it a 10.

Functionality (20% of the final score) - this unit is just like the G2 unit in this regard, though it adds the feature of being able to switch off the fanless mode. On that unit, I also scored against the cabling being too long. Not sure what I was smoking that day, but I've decided not to do that again. I like long cables, especially now that I'm using a full tower case. I will, however, dock the same half point for the manual, because it really is quite light on detailed specs. 9.5.

Value (20% of the final score) - right now, Newegg's got this for $199.99 on sale, about the same price the G2 was at when I first looked at it. Rebates make it a bit cheaper yet, but I can't score on those. The G2 is, right now, twenty dollars cheaper. So, for those extra twenty dollars, you get slightly better efficiency, better capacitors on the modular board where they aren't really necessary, and a switchable semi-fanless mode. That's about all. Not bad... I can see a twenty dollar hike just for those three things. Fifteen would be better though. Even so, we have to look at the competition, too. And in that, EVGA has it all nailed down. You have this unit, and you have a Superflower built Rosewill tied for the same price as the cheapest Platinum unit. But the Rosey is built on the older Golden King platform, which isn't quite competitive with the new Leadex platform. So, really, EVGA is only competing against their own G2 unit, here. So... here's my thoughts on things: the G2 at its current price would get a perfect score from me for value if I were reviewing it today. You'll recall I did 8.5 on it back when it was a two Benjamin unit. This one? I'll do 9.5. It's a fantastic value at the current price, but it's not quite as fantastic as the Leadex based G2 is.

Build Quality (20% of the final score) - there was only one build quality blip to speak of, and it's the proximity of the ground ring terminal to the fanless mode switch. Half a point comes off for that, because it's not a major issue unless it shorts on something (no danger of that on mine), and this section is done. 9.5.

Performance


10

Functionality


9.5

Value


9.5

Build Quality


9.5
Total Score

9.7
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a b ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 8:27:49 PM

SR-71 Blackbird said:
Platinum Certified \ Full Modular


PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 P2 1000W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($199.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Total: $199.99
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-03-06 22:55 EST-0500)


http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=...

Performance (40% of the final score) - and so we come once more to the scoring. This will be incredibly easy. 80 Plus Platinum? A pass in both tests means no points off a perfect score. Voltage regulation? Way above excellent at 0.6% average in the hot box. No points removed. Finally, the ripple suppression. Again, way better than my requirements for excellence. Units like this make this part of the score too easy, because this really does deserve a perfect score. So, I'm going to give it a 10.

Functionality (20% of the final score) - this unit is just like the G2 unit in this regard, though it adds the feature of being able to switch off the fanless mode. On that unit, I also scored against the cabling being too long. Not sure what I was smoking that day, but I've decided not to do that again. I like long cables, especially now that I'm using a full tower case. I will, however, dock the same half point for the manual, because it really is quite light on detailed specs. 9.5.

Value (20% of the final score) - right now, Newegg's got this for $199.99 on sale, about the same price the G2 was at when I first looked at it. Rebates make it a bit cheaper yet, but I can't score on those. The G2 is, right now, twenty dollars cheaper. So, for those extra twenty dollars, you get slightly better efficiency, better capacitors on the modular board where they aren't really necessary, and a switchable semi-fanless mode. That's about all. Not bad... I can see a twenty dollar hike just for those three things. Fifteen would be better though. Even so, we have to look at the competition, too. And in that, EVGA has it all nailed down. You have this unit, and you have a Superflower built Rosewill tied for the same price as the cheapest Platinum unit. But the Rosey is built on the older Golden King platform, which isn't quite competitive with the new Leadex platform. So, really, EVGA is only competing against their own G2 unit, here. So... here's my thoughts on things: the G2 at its current price would get a perfect score from me for value if I were reviewing it today. You'll recall I did 8.5 on it back when it was a two Benjamin unit. This one? I'll do 9.5. It's a fantastic value at the current price, but it's not quite as fantastic as the Leadex based G2 is.

Build Quality (20% of the final score) - there was only one build quality blip to speak of, and it's the proximity of the ground ring terminal to the fanless mode switch. Half a point comes off for that, because it's not a major issue unless it shorts on something (no danger of that on mine), and this section is done. 9.5.

Performance


10

Functionality


9.5

Value


9.5

Build Quality


9.5
Total Score

9.7


Does OP need 1000W PSU!
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a c 1970 ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 8:29:58 PM

With 2 - 780ti 's can't hurt to have the horsepower under the hood.
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a b ) Power supply
March 6, 2014 8:32:22 PM

SR-71 Blackbird said:
With 2 - 780ti 's can't hurt to have the horsepower under the hood.


You are right. Still, can't see any reason for that.
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