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Caldezar

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Well I WAS going to agree with everyone else until I saw what you'll be loading it with...

It's tough to judge the total draw, but even with efficiency being a big thing with the current gen, I'm guessing you'll be more like 950W+ under load. That's assuming you'll be OC'ing the CPU and running a custom loop, and an M.2 and maybe a couple SSD's at least.

I'd go +1 to the Kap's post on an AX1500i. The AX series are incredible performers, with that one in particular leading the charge. And a 10 year warranty with Corsair is gold... their customer service is fantastic.
 

BrainEater

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Hehehe....
That's why I said 1100-1200 watts.
A while back when this rig ran 3x 580's , it was 1050 watts at the wall.

I am definitely looking at that Corsair.....
Is Corsair still doing custom pinouts on their cabling?
That's effing annoying.

:biggrin:
 

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