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    Hi Guys,

    I'm building a new PC and I'm wondering how big a PSU I'll need. I've used this site eXtreme Outer Vision - eXtreme tools for computer enthusiasts and it says that in my base config, with no O/C I'll need about 700w. When I throw in a second GPU and a couple more drives, I'm up to about 900w.

    Now my question is, will I be better off getting something in the 1000 to 1200w range or will I be wasting cash?

    Heres what I'm starting with;

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    I'm looking at 2 thermaltake PSU's, the 1050 and 1200 Toughpower Grand


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    It's always best to plan ahead for future upgrades, so adding a 1000w - 1200w is a very good idea, especially if you might end up adding a 2nd 4GB GTX680. All my systems have PSUs that range from 1200w to 1600w, do I need that much power ? not really, but it's nice to have in case I do.
    As far as buying a good PSU, Seasonic makes some of the best power supply's out there, so take a look at their X1250, the Corsair AX1200i is also another great PSU, and they do sell sleeved cable sets in different colors, Next would be the PC Power & Cooling 1200w Silencer MK III, then the Enermax
    MaxRevo 1500w is yet another great PSU, we have a review coming up shortly, but the cables tend to be very thick, on Enermax PSU's, especially the 24 pin, so make sure you use a case with plenty of room between the back of the mobo tray and the side panel. All the PSU's I mentioned come fully
    modular, this way there's no need to hide cables that you will not be using, just install what you need. I hope this information helps you out.
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    Thanks Doc,

    I can get the seasonic from my preferred supplier (sounds a bit like a drug deal) so I'll be going with the 1250 watt version.

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    1250W is overkill even with two gtx 680s, however if you can afford then don't skim on PSU. Its quality can make or break your rig performance and it is one time investment anyway. Modular PSU is really useful with cable management.

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    I'm not one for doing things by half, so I'll prepare the PC (and credit card) for further upgrades

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    Tony, correct me if I'm wrong, but if I remember correctly your running an Enermax 1250W with an older 5870 lol There's nothing wrong with Smokey wanting to have the extra power for future upgrades.
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    No Stan, I have 1025W, not 1250W. That's 225W differences. IMO, 1000W unit is sufficient for the future proof unless you want to run quad GPU.

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    I'd rather go with a 1200w or larger, bigger heatsinks for cooling, you have your opinion and I have mine, I've also ran dual, tri and quad card setups so I know it's great having the extra power, if you remember I reviewed most of the 1200w and over PSU's, pushing them to their limits, so I stand by my comments.
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    Well, my initial thoughts where to get either an 800watt or 1500 watt PSU, so by going to 1250, you're both right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokeyr67 View Post
    Thermaltake level 10 case
    ASUS Rampage IV extreme mobo
    32 Gb Ram (8 x 4 Gb)
    3930k CPU
    4 Gb GTX680 GPU (with another in the future)
    1 SSD
    1 SATA HDD, probably another in the future)
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    (and probably something else I've forgotten)


    I'm looking at 2 thermaltake PSU's, the 1050 and 1200 Toughpower Grand


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    Shane,

    I used your above specs with the extreme PSU calculator and even throw in 4 fans, a fan controller. It doesn't get to 600W and 700W for a second 680, and 715w for another HDD & SSD. I don't know where you get 900W from?

    Now with the 3930K overclocked to 4.8Ghz, it's still only 850W.

    So, if you're planning to overclock the video card(s) as well then the 1025w unit is a best suit for it but if you can find a quality 1200w unit just to cost $50-$80 then it's wise to get the 1200w unit instead.

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    Thats odd, I tried the one in the link and with no overclocking, 2 SSD's, 2 SATA and 2 GPU's it gave me a result in the very high 900's, on the ASUS version it went over 1000w by a smidgeon. I did throw in 2 X 200mm fans, 1x140, 3 x 120 and 4 small ones (ram fans) so maybe that was where I went over the top?

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    The price difference between the seasonic 1050 and 1250 is $70 for me ($275 v $375)

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    Each calculator non alike.

    I would worry to much with the fans so much because they only need 1-2w for each fan, and if you use SSD, it consumes less power than the HDD. So, it is best to use one big capacity HDD instead of multiple small one.

    My conclusion is, a 1200w is more than enough for your build, because you're not planning to do extreme overclocking. Like I said, if you can afford it then why not?

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    It's also whats available, and in my town, beggars can't be choosers So for +/- $70, I'll take whatevers in stock.

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    Can you get the modular model or at least 50% modular? Because it will save you the cluster from unuse cables.

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    Thats the prices for the modular versions, 275 for 1050, 345 for the 1200.

    Once The Dr introduced me to modular PSU's, thats all I'm looking at

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