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    Default PSU guidance......

    আচ্ছা......দুইটা GTX 570 SLI করতে কত Watt এর PSU লাগবে?.........আমাকে একটু বলো তো ভাই.....আমার configuration as follows :

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    total 6 LED fans (all thermaltake)

    Current PSU - Thermaltake Toughpower 650W

    আমাকে একটু জানাও তো.......যদি আমি SLI করি তাহলে কত Watt এর PSU লাগবে?......

    আরেকটা জিনিস.........SLI করবো?.......নাকি কয়টা দিন অপেক্ষা করে GTX 680 or GTX 690 তে যাবো?

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    How many PCIe connectors are we talking here ? The Thermaltake PSU would handle 2x GTX570 fine, but won't leave much headroom esp since you have a high overclock on that CPU. You need atleast a 750W+ unit.

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    Bro i think Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775w will be enough for ur current rig for running ur pc 24/7 oc'd.But if u can afford to bring 1 from abroad i will say go for Corsair hx750w.

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    750W should be good enough with OCs on both GPU and CPU.

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    which toughpower 650w do you have? xt/grand or standerd? what @dipanzan said is true. it may handle 2X570+2600k but no overhead for OC. Overclocking cpu/gpu a little can be risky at a time.....
    atleast a good 750w is recommended....
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 30th, 2012 at 16:36.

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    Thanks guys...........eta kemon hobe?

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-750...er-supply.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchQuad View Post
    Thanks guys...........eta kemon hobe?

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-750...er-supply.html
    its a good modular unit with nice look but its +12v rail capability is not anything higher than your current one. quad +12v rail with total of 650w, which is approximately same as your current toughpower 650w....
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 30th, 2012 at 20:35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchQuad View Post
    Thanks guys...........eta kemon hobe?

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-750...er-supply.html
    This particular unit has good voltage regulation, acceptable noise and ripple margins, but the +12V rail distribution scheme is horrible. I wonder what they were smoking while designing the distribution system. The +12V distribution is such that you 'll be powering your GPU and CPU from the same rail.

    Bottom line, 2 X 570s + a 2600K from similar rails = no go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchQuad View Post
    Thanks guys...........eta kemon hobe?

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-750...er-supply.html
    Just like Ridwan vai said, it's a very good unit with surprisingly stable voltage regulation but the one yet deadly drawback is lying within its rail distribution.

    -> +12V1 (solid yellow wires): Main motherboard cable.
    -> +12V2 (yellow/red wires): Half of the ATX12V/EPS12V connector.
    -> +12V3 (yellow/green wires): Half of the ATX12V/EPS12V connector, half of the modular connectors (two for video cards and two for SATA/peripheral).
    -> +12V4 (yellow/black wires): EPS12V connector, half of the modular connectors (two for video cards and two for SATA/peripheral).

    Since both CPU and GPU get their power by sharing these rails simultaneously, it could cause serious harm in such scenarios like when your cpu+gpu pull more than 240A even for a mere few milliseconds.

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    I suppose you are bringing one from USA/ other country. If thats the case, simply buy a corsair tx v2/hx 750w(enough)/850w(extra precautionary measure) series psu.
    These are very much reliable units. you can consider xfx modular psu too. as I am using one(non-modular, but OEM is same, seasonic). So far no problem, though I have a single gpu & cpu is running in stock speed.

    & just mentioning, I saw gigabyte sumo PSUs in IDB today. I was in a hurry & thats why I couldn't see the price & wattage. But those are available. I saw one unit in 2nd floor ( technoedge is the name of the shop, If I recall correctly).
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    If you can pay within the 2nd of Feb then get this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151087

    Use coupon: EMCNJHD24

    And bring the price down to 120USD. Unbeatable deal

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    Get the A-Data HM-850.

    The HM-850 is based on CWT 's PSH II units which are an improved and cost-effectively(in other words a little cheaper build-quality) manufactured revision of the original PSH base that sat inside the shell of the old Corsair TX850 and TT Toughpower XT 850W. It has better voltage regulation, efficiency, noise and ripple levels than the TT Toughpower 850 XTs and old TX850s. In other words it is an improved version of the later, which Corsair themselves silently adopted before switching over to Seasonic for the V2s.
    Along with that you get some nifty and important features like modular cabling system, an important feature that the Corsair TXs lack, and a load-status representing LED-Fan.

    The verdict : A 850W PSU based on a very trusted, well-performing unit shipping in a modular package and all that enclosed in a rugged sand-painted housing for an unbelievable price tag along with a year of local warranty..... hell, i would even take 'em over the XFXs even if they were available. And, i did. I do my homework petty well before making a purchase,so you may count on my words, but do not blame me if you come back home with a DOA unit, no manufacturer has 100% flawless QC.

    Note : Stay away from the InWin Commanders, they are some Andyson units that have decent ripple levels, but loose voltage regulation on the minor rails and a lousy, i repeat, LOUSY combined output wattage on the +12V rail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    Get the A-Data HM-850.
    Note : Stay away from the InWin Commanders, they are some Andyson units that have decent ripple levels, but loose voltage regulation on the minor rails and a lousy, i repeat, LOUSY combined output wattage on the +12V rail.
    great info repu added....
    voltage updown kore? hay hay! but lousy combined wattage bujlam na

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    Get the A-Data HM-850.

    The HM-850 is based on CWT 's PSH II units which are an improved and cost-effectively(in other words a little cheaper build-quality) manufactured revision of the original PSH base that sat inside the shell of the old Corsair TX850 and TT Toughpower XT 850W. It has better voltage regulation, efficiency, noise and ripple levels than the TT Toughpower 850 XTs and old TX850s. In other words it is an improved version of the later, which Corsair themselves silently adopted before switching over to Seasonic for the V2s.
    Along with that you get some nifty and important features like modular cabling system, an important feature that the Corsair TXs lack, and a load-status representing LED-Fan.

    The verdict : A 850W PSU based on a very trusted, well-performing unit shipping in a modular package and all that enclosed in a rugged sand-painted housing for an unbelievable price tag along with a year of local warranty..... hell, i would even take 'em over the XFXs even if they were available. And, i did. I do my homework petty well before making a purchase,so you may count on my words, but do not blame me if you come back home with a DOA unit, no manufacturer has 100% flawless QC.

    Note : Stay away from the InWin Commanders, they are some Andyson units that have decent ripple levels, but loose voltage regulation on the minor rails and a lousy, i repeat, LOUSY combined output wattage on the +12V rail.

    Awesome info. Actually here is another A-Data psu fan (me). I wanted to buy the 850W unit but these were out of market. Thats why I ended up with a non modular xfx & there are cables all over inside my chassis. There is no way to manage them.

    Get the Adata 850 watt psu. its really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    Awesome info. Actually here is another A-Data psu fan (me). I wanted to buy the 850W unit but these were out of market. Thats why I ended up with a non modular xfx & there are cables all over inside my chassis. There is no way to manage them.

    Get the Adata 850 watt psu. its really good.
    same here, after buying that XFX unit my chassis looks horrible, just toooooooooo many lousy cables........

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      • 2 x Ripjaws 8gb 3200C16D 16GVKB || (Transcend 4gb + Adata 4gb) 1333
      • Hard Drive:
      • Evo 850 250gb + Toshiba 2tb || WD 500gb blue
      • Graphics Card:
      • Zotac gtx 1060 amp || Sapphire r7 260x 1GB
      • Display:
      • Asus vx229h ||Samsung 21.5" S22A300B
      • Sound Card:
      • Xonar dgx
      • Speakers/HPs:
      • Microlab 223 || AltecLansing VS2621 + a4tech hs100
      • Mouse:
      • a4tech x7
      • Power Supply:
      • Adata HM 850w || Thermaltek 600 TR2 S
      • Optical Drive:
      • Asus dvd writer 24x max
      • USB Devices:
      • Phantom 240 red/black || Vatyn 664b (Tyrannosaurus)
      • UPS:
      • Power guard 1200va
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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    same here, after buying that XFX unit my chassis looks horrible, just toooooooooo many lousy cables........
    amar delta er lousy cable gula tape mere casing er upor dike atkay rakhsi idea!

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