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NS13Stinger

NS13Stinger

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Sep 1, 2002
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Gray, GA
Good. Was worried I didn't have enough power to run my new setup...lol! Thanks for the reply, burebista.
 

EarthDog

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Dec 15, 2008
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Buckeyes!
Plenty of power for even two GTX275's and will work just fine. For the same price though I would have went the Corsair 750TX. Better quality PSU.
 

burebista

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Mar 13, 2006
Location
Romania
Nope, it's not the case. Silent Pro is a very good Enhance build and at least as good as TX750 (if not better).
 
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NS13Stinger

NS13Stinger

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Sep 1, 2002
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Coolermaster Silent Pro 700 is on sale for 109.99 (reg price 139.99) and it's Modular. The Corsair is on sale for 107.99 (reg price 179.99) and it is not Modular. I wanted the Modular setup and the Coolermaster fit the bill. I could have gone with the Corsair 750HX which is also Modular, but it's on sale for 169.99.

I've heard the saying "You get what you pay for..." and I just hope I got a good reliable PSU in the Coolermaster Silent Pro 700.
 
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NS13Stinger

NS13Stinger

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Well that sucks! Here I am researching about motherboards/memory/CPU's/graphics cards and I leave out the most important thing.....connectors! Oh well. I've lived without SLI/Crossfire for the past few years. Will wait till this PSU dies and then get one with more connectors.
 

RollingThunder

Destroyer of Trolls & Spammers
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Jan 7, 2005
Well that sucks! Here I am researching about motherboards/memory/CPU's/graphics cards and I leave out the most important thing.....connectors! Oh well. I've lived without SLI/Crossfire for the past few years. Will wait till this PSU dies and then get one with more connectors.

Stinger,

You won't miss SLI with a good vid card. The setups get to be expensive and your return for dual cards isn't worth it unless you want to benchmark all the time. At least I haven't seen much difference in SLI visually except for benchmarks with games like the latest CoD.

This 9800GT of mine plays CoD just fine, no artifacts at all. Your GTX275 is a much better and more powerful card than mine so for a good single card like yours, that power supply will be more than you ever hoped for.
 
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NS13Stinger

NS13Stinger

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Sep 1, 2002
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Thanks for all the replies/info. Love this Forums! Once I get everything up and running.....time to OVERCLOCK! ;-)