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Corsair AX1500i Bags 80 Plus Titanium Certification

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. HisDivineOrder

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    If that's true, then I can see a LOT of the hardcore silence crowd signing up.
     
  2. Hood

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    Lots of people could use this, like those running triple 30" monitors off 3 or 4 GPUs. No, you don't need this for your 17" Dell/Pentium 4/8800GTX system...
     
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    You could use Add2PSU
     
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    LOL! I never thought of my 1300W PSU as pathetic! Touche!
     
  5. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    My fans alone pull 300-500w depending on 7 or 12v in the benchmark rig. I run those standalone with an 850w and a 1200w for back in the day 3xgtx 470's and a 9370. I guarantee I would pull 1500-1600w from that unit.
     
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    Yup considerin theres the Rosewill 1600 Hercules...
     
  7. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    4 years ago there was a 2k epower unit...
     
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    My CM Silent Pro 1300W gold is more than I'll need for the foreseeable future. That PC will have two GTX-680s, four HDDs, and four SSDs. It also will be custom water loop cooled.
     
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    ...and an article from March is being resurrected for what reason again?
     

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