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850 Watt EVGA SuperNOVA 850 P2 80 Plus Platinum Certified Full Modular Power Supply for $109.99 AR + Free Shipping @ Newegg.com

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#3
This is a pretty super deal on a 1KW PSU.
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patiently waiting for a quality 500-600
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Quote from ChillO8033 View Post :
patiently waiting for a quality 500-600
just get this one, has extra power for future upgrades.
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Quote from CharlieC9067 View Post :
just get this one, has extra power for future upgrades.
out of budget and probably won't fit in my mini itx case
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gosh darn it Im building a gaming rig and got the Corsair RM 750W for $80 after MIR should I get the 1kw psu for $20 more? I got the ASRock OC Formula MoBo / 6700k processor / EVGA 1080 FTW video card and 32GB of G.SKILL TridentZ DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) will overclock all, may do SLI in the future with another 1080 card
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Quote from ChillO8033 View Post :
out of budget and probably won't fit in my mini itx case
I put similar full-size PSU in the corsair elite 130...but majority of itx cases need smaller PSUs.
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I put similar full-size PSU in the corsair elite 130...but majority of itx cases need smaller PSUs.
yep, pcpartpicker said neither would fit in mine
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#10
Out of curiosity, is this much power still necessary in mid 2016?

I'm all for quality power supplies, but with the new 1000 Nvidia GPUs and the 400 series Radeons, hasn't the whole power consumption dropped radically? Even 1080 SLI with a i7-6 series CPU, I can't calculate needing more than 800 Gold certified? Maybe my math is off.
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Out of curiosity, is this much power still necessary in mid 2016?

I'm all for quality power supplies, but with the new 1000 Nvidia GPUs and the 400 series Radeons, hasn't the whole power consumption dropped radically? Even 1080 SLI with a i7-6 series CPU, I can't calculate needing more than 800 Gold certified? Maybe my math is off.
some people just want all that power. lol.
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Quote from eurominican View Post :
gosh darn it Im building a gaming rig and got the Corsair RM 750W for $80 after MIR should I get the 1kw psu for $20 more? I got the ASRock OC Formula MoBo / 6700k processor / EVGA 1080 FTW video card and 32GB of G.SKILL TridentZ DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) will overclock all, may do SLI in the future with another 1080 card
If it's not too late, go with the 1000w, especially if you're overclocking and have plans to upgrade in the future. You'll ragret the 750w. Trust me, I'm in the same boat. Lol
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Is this such a good deal?
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