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    Question RECOMMENDATION: Best Titanium 1K and 1.2K PSU's

    Hello fellows,

    I would appreciate you advising me what are the best Titanium 1K and 1.2K PSU's

    Thank you,

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    Specs please and we also don't know what's available for you, because you didn't post that.

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    Cooler master MIJ 1.2k when it comes out!

    Price== must be good (not really).
    Last edited by ridgid13579; 01-11-2017 at 11:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridgid13579 View Post
    Cooler master MIJ 1.2k when it comes out!

    Price== must be good (not really).
    Hi, I wouldn't need the bluetooth with accompanying $1,000 price tag I am not technical enough to know what to do with all that technology! Fun to look at though, thanks

    Thank you,

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Specs please and we also don't know what's available for you, because you didn't post that.
    No idea what you are asking?!

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    He wants to know your PC configuration.
    Ryzen 1700
    Asus B350 Prime plus
    16gb ram 2133mhz
    MSI Radeon RX Vega56
    LDLC QS-650+ (seasonic g series 650w rebrand)
    KIngston Hyperx 240gb
    WD Raptor 500gb
    W10 x64
    Asus Xonar ST

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    Quote Originally Posted by myststars View Post
    He wants to know your PC configuration.
    Not really relevant considering I am asking a straight forward question; however, it is projected to be running tri-sli.

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    How can it not be relevant? How should it be possible for us then to recommend something if we don't know the specs? If we recommend something without knowing the specs it's gonna be terrible advice in 99% of the cases.

    The PSU could be to big for your case.
    The cables could be to short.
    The PSU could be to short on connectors.
    The PC could be really silent, recommending a loud PSU would be stupid then.
    The PC could have a window, a PSU with colored cables isn't gonna look good.
    And all the ten more reasons I'm forgetting now.

    And like I said, we don't know what's available for you and I don't know the prices you have to pay for the PSU's. If there is more then one PSU which is a good choice but one is more then hundred dollars cheaper, the cheaper one is clearly the better choice if both are great power supplies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    How can it not be relevant? How should it be possible for us then to recommend something if we don't know the specs? If we recommend something without knowing the specs it's gonna be terrible advice in 99% of the cases.

    The PSU could be to big for your case.
    The cables could be to short.
    The PSU could be to short on connectors.
    The PC could be really silent, recommending a loud PSU would be stupid then.
    The PC could have a window, a PSU with colored cables isn't gonna look good.
    And all the ten more reasons I'm forgetting now.

    And like I said, we don't know what's available for you and I don't know the prices you have to pay for the PSU's. If there is more then one PSU which is a good choice but one is more then hundred dollars cheaper, the cheaper one is clearly the better choice if both are great power supplies.
    Go away irritating person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chess Gator View Post
    Go away irritating person!
    Suprised you called someone who is trying to help you pick an appropriate psu irritating.

    What GPU's are you gonna SLI? Different gpus have different power characteristics. Depending on your peripherals as well, you may or may not even need 1-1.2kW

    You can't SLI 3 or more 10 series cards (pascal) btw, so it's kinda useless unless you're building it for compute/deep learning applications. 3 way Maxwell (9 series), and below is a waste of money

    Not all PSU's fit in all cases. Sometimes you have to get a slightly lower preforming psu, but still excellent psu because you can't fit it - there's no way my ax1500i will fit in a Corsair 250D case!

    His trying to help you. Not irritate you. We understand that you may just want a single answer. But there isn't one psu that is absolutely perfect for everyone's purposes. Not to mention that you can't get some psu models in certain countries -what is the point of recommending a psu that is not sold in your country?

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