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1,000W EVGA 1000GQ 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply for $106.99 AR, 850W EVGA 850BQ 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular Power Supply for $66.49 AC + S&H & More @ Newegg.com

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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

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Well, that's the cheapest I've ever seen for the AX1200i, even if it's overkill. To the FP you go.
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Well, that's the cheapest I've ever seen for the AX1200i
Being refurbished helps Stick Out Tongue
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Era of high capacity psu's is over
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gtx1080 only uses 180w, my 750 will support two of those
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Im going to eventually run either 1070s or 1080s on SLI, should I go with a 850 or 1000W ? Any experts here?
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Im going to eventually run either 1070s or 1080s on SLI, should I go with a 850 or 1000W ? Any experts here?
750w will be plenty
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750w will be plenty
Slickdeals got the best of me, already bought the 1k version!
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Man, never a deal on 650w gold evga psus. Might just go bronze 750w. Thanks op
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The large psu's are for multi card and multi cpu rigs. For example I run 6 7990s and two i5 CPUs on one board and I use two of the evga 1300 gold power supplies.

The high wattage gold rated evga power supplies are a great choice. They run incredibly efficiently, often better than they are rated, and the build quality is fantastic. I would buy them again and again if this helps anyone decide.

That ax series corsair is always out of stock. I've had an email alert setup for 4 months and it hasn't come back in stock once.
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The large psu's are for multi card and multi cpu rigs. For example I run 6 7990s and two i5 CPUs on one board and I use two of the evga 1300 gold power supplies.

The high wattage gold rated evga power supplies are a great choice. They run incredibly efficiently, often better than they are rated, and the build quality is fantastic. I would buy them again and again if this helps anyone decide.

That ax series corsair is always out of stock. I've had an email alert setup for 4 months and it hasn't come back in stock once.
Christ dude, do you hook your pc up via 220v? I've never heard of such a huge setup.
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Christ dude, do you hook your pc up via 220v? I've never heard of such a huge setup.
Yes essentially. Extra line of service run into the house To support the amperage. This is not a standard application that's for sure. The machine is purpose built.

The power supplies would be great for any application though. If you want to run sli or crossfire or if you have a power hungry cpu or if you want to overclock and just want a really efficient psu.

Psu's lose their efficiency as you approach their maximum output. Having headroom isn't a bad idea. My 1300 and 1600 watt evga psu's run over 90% efficient and they have lots of connections and are very versatile.

Just keep in mind you won't be fitting one of these big boys into a small case with any ease.
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Yes essentially. Extra line of service run into the house To support the amperage. This is not a standard application that's for sure. The machine is purpose built.

The power supplies would be great for any application though. If you want to run sli or crossfire or if you have a power hungry cpu or if you want to overclock and just want a really efficient psu.

Psu's lose their efficiency as you approach their maximum output. Having headroom isn't a bad idea. My 1300 and 1600 watt evga psu's run over 90% efficient and they have lots of connections and are very versatile.

Just keep in mind you won't be fitting one of these big boys into a small case with any ease.
Agreed. I'm putting the 1kW into my NZXT full tower case.
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Thanks - needed a quality yet cheap PSU for the kids PC. Went with the 450B1.
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