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Rosewill RBR1000-M...good buy...good unit?

Great new deal at Newegg for $59! Wondering if any of you have experience with this brand/unit!, or if the specs will support the following...

Antec three hundred case
Asus P8Z68-V Pro/gen 3 mobo
Asus GTX 570 CU II
I5-2500K CPU

Thanks in advance!!
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  1. i was thinking the same thing. i might get me another 2gb hd6950 during the holidays to xfire. i have a CM 650w gx series, this 1000w looks nice but im not too sure about Rosewill products.
  2. Rosewill?? NOOOOOOOOOOO!

    Stick with: Seasonic, Corsair, Antec/XFX in that order.
  3. i was thinking the same thing. i might get me another 2gb hd6950 during the holidays to xfire. i have a CM 650w gx series, this 1000w looks nice but im not too sure about Rosewill products.
  4. c_h1132 said:
    i was thinking the same thing. i might get me another 2gb hd6950 during the holidays to xfire. i have a CM 650w gx series, this 1000w looks nice but im not too sure about Rosewill products.

    I'll almost guarantee you a GX650 won't run two 6950's.
    The Rosewill is a better unit(it's not 1000w though more like 900w) = Sirtec oem.
  5. davcon said:
    I'll almost guarantee you a GX650 won't run two 6950's.


    Well a GX650 will run 2 6950s and an overclocked CPU with all the trimmings, but its cutting the power consumption closer than I would prefer...only leaves around 15% headroom.


    davcon said:
    The Rosewill is a better unit(it's not 1000w though more like 900w) = Sirtec oem.


    Yeah definitely not 1000W, I put it just under 900w.
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  7. dalmvern said:
    Well a GX650 will run 2 6950s and an overclocked CPU with all the trimmings, but its cutting the power consumption closer than I would prefer...only leaves around 15% headroom.


    Yeah definitely not 1000W, I put it just under 900w.

    Are you sure about that? a GX750 would be questionable let alone a GX650.
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story5&reid=188
    Coolermaster has a decent 600 watt unit here
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-GX-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/917/10
    Of course GX 750 W offers as advantages having four power cables for video cards and more SATA power connectors, but it is only safe to run this new Cooler Master unit up to 450 W.
  8. hell_storm2004 said:
    Rosewill?? NOOOOOOOOOOO!

    Stick with: Seasonic, Corsair, Antec/XFX in that order.


    :pfff:
  9. davcon said:
    I'll almost guarantee you a GX650 won't run two 6950's.
    The Rosewill is a better unit(it's not 1000w though more like 900w) = Sirtec oem.


    maybe an older sirfa/sirtec (prior to their split) design from an OCZ 1000w unit? like davcon stated, it should have no issue with the AMD6950 in CF...pretty good price for what you get.
  10. Well...thanks for all the feedback...too late now, all sold out :na:
  11. gutmaw said:
    Well...thanks for all the feedback...too late now, all sold out :na:


    They literally sold out between me making the decision to buy one, and me checking my bank account.
  12. Best answer selected by gutmaw.
  13. Necromas said:
    They literally sold out between me making the decision to buy one, and me checking my bank account.


    A blessing in disguise... ;)
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