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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
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The warranty sucks on the PS - 5 years parts but only 1 year labor????? Basically you have a 1 year warranty. If you have a rig that demands a PS this large, spending an extra $100 on a decent PS is a bargain... Review here:

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,4236.html
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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
Maybe not 1200, but I am in the process of building a workstation with dual e5 xeons(150w each) , 14 hard drives(from 8tb to 3tb), 2 SSDs, etc... The wattage adds up quick.
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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
My mining rig is pulling 800 watts right now.
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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
Seriously though, I have 2 Titan Xps and 3 hard drives but I usually top out around 600-700W
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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
850W wouldn't handle my new 80806k and the dual 1080 TIs I was running previously with a 7700k. Had to bump it up and 1000W were similar pricing to 1200W. It's good to have a little headroom, but there is such thing as overkill.
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I hate how hardware manufacturers add "gaming" to their products to make it sound more luxurious or higher end...and charge more for it.
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I may not be thinking big enough, but what kind of PC needs 1200W?
almost none.
however, PSUs are most efficient around 50% load.
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