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Any of these good for the NAS built, 24x7 run, not much power needed
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Cancelling the 850 gold order from yesterday at 105 - the extra 10% efficiency should pay the diff back in 1-3 months depending on your load and runtime
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Trick of newegg. 30 days return policy but if u remove the upc for mail-in-rebate u cant return it anymore. Plus seasonic mir takes months to get your rebate back
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Any of these good for the NAS built, 24x7 run, not much power needed
No... you want a teeny tiny power supply that will run at ~50% load (i.e. where it is likely designed to be most efficient). Putting a 1K power supply into something that will then run at 100watts 24/7 with no peak demand is wasteful AF because ANY power supply at 10% of its design is going to be very electrically inefficient.
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Cancelling the 850 gold order from yesterday at 105 - the extra 10% efficiency should pay the diff back in 1-3 months depending on your load and runtime
It's not an extra 10%, it's an extra 2%. If your PC burns $100 in electricity a year, that's $2/ year difference, so 3 years to break even at that rate.
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Cancelling the 850 gold order from yesterday at 105 - the extra 10% efficiency should pay the diff back in 1-3 months depending on your load and runtime
Even titanium will not give you a 10% efficient bump.
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Excellent price for the fanless 500W if building a silent PC, NAS, HTPC, etc. But Seasonic Rebates…
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Screw Newegg
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Excellent price for the fanless 500W if building a silent PC, NAS, HTPC, etc. But Seasonic Rebates…
The other person above said none of these are going to be good for NAS, do you think this fabless would be good option?
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Screw Newegg
Good point!
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Trick of newegg. 30 days return policy but if u remove the upc for mail-in-rebate u cant return it anymore. Plus seasonic mir takes months to get your rebate back
All rebates take months to get back.
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Even titanium will not give you a 10% efficient bump.
Any recommendations on efficient psu for 24x7 server that you know of?
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It's not an extra 10%, it's an extra 2%. If your PC burns $100 in electricity a year, that's $2/ year difference, so 3 years to break even at that rate.
That would be at pretty low wattage or light usage. At 500w 24/7 you would recoup the difference in like 6 months max.
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Just a note for people. The focus px and gx both use 2x 6+2 8-pin pci+e cables . The 750w models have 2 cables with 2x 6+2 per cable. 850w have 3 cables with same 2x6+2 config. 1000w same as 850

The prime tx models technically have the same amount of 8pin (6+2) connectors but the difference is each 6+2 8 pin has it's own cable. 4 for 750, 6 for 850.
This is arguably a better configuration. Especially if you're mining and using splitters the separate cables are better. On the other hand, for cable management 2x cables can be a benefit
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