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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty2k1 View Post
    I tried RMAing it last month, but unfortunately for me Corsair wouldn't take it. See attachment.
    That's B.S. AMD suggests 650W if you have a piece of shit 650W PSU to start with. The SF600 has been tested on Vega 56 and it should work.

    If you run Catzilla, does the PSU shut down also occur?

    What's the lot code on your SF600 (first 8 digits of the PSU's serial number)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    That's B.S. AMD suggests 650W if you have a piece of shit 650W PSU to start with. The SF600 has been tested on Vega 56 and it should work.

    If you run Catzilla, does the PSU shut down also occur?

    What's the lot code on your SF600 (first 8 digits of the PSU's serial number)?
    Never heard of Catzilla, so I downloaded and ran it last night. Was only able to do the 720p benchmark without paying money. I assume I need to stress the GPU with 1440p or 4k to really get good info out of it? I have a 1440p ultrawide (21:9) monitor.

    I'll check on the serial number/lot code tonight when I can pull the PSU out of the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    That's B.S. AMD suggests 650W if you have a piece of shit 650W PSU to start with. The SF600 has been tested on Vega 56 and it should work.

    If you run Catzilla, does the PSU shut down also occur?

    What's the lot code on your SF600 (first 8 digits of the PSU's serial number)?
    First 8 digits 1839 4852 (assuming I'm looking at right number).

    I didn't purchase Catzilla, but I'm able to run Prime95 and 3Dmark TimeSpy stress test at the same time with no issues with the Vega card on turbo mode. Not sure what it is about Destiny 2 that causes the crashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    That's B.S. AMD suggests 650W if you have a piece of shit 650W PSU to start with. The SF600 has been tested on Vega 56 and it should work.

    If you run Catzilla, does the PSU shut down also occur?

    What's the lot code on your SF600 (first 8 digits of the PSU's serial number)?
    Have you tested SF600 Platinum on Vega 56/64 with Destiny 2 or PUBG?
    It's been a hard day's night and I've been working like a dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis View Post
    Have you tested SF600 Platinum on Vega 56/64 with Destiny 2 or PUBG?
    Yep, my original post which started this whole chain stated that Destiny 2 is causing the SF600 platinum to trip (what I assume) is OCP. I haven't tried PUBG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty2k1 View Post
    Yep, my original post which started this whole chain stated that Destiny 2 is causing the SF600 platinum to trip (what I assume) is OCP. I haven't tried PUBG.
    PUBG?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    PUBG?
    Player Unknown Battlegrounds.

    Great FPS.

    But not very demanding. Works on even the shittiest of PCs.
    Last edited by Jon Gerow; 02-08-2019 at 04:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty2k1 View Post
    First 8 digits 1839 4852 (assuming I'm looking at right number).
    September 24th, 2018. That's a fairly early unit. I even wonder if that's an MP unit or if it's one of the PVT units. Let me research and get back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    September 24th, 2018. That's a fairly early unit. I even wonder if that's an MP unit or if it's one of the PVT units. Let me research and get back to you.
    MP? PVT?
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