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GTX 295 problems

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Stephan Sabath, Oct 1, 2009.

  1. Lee Ross

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    Yes that PSU would be fine but in all honesty take a look at the Corsairs. You could save some money and buy the unmodular Corsair series, same insides just ones modular and one isn't. Depends how anal you are when it comes to cable managemnt.
     
  2. Stephan Sabath

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    ok, i will have a look at the corsair. With modular you mean the cable managment?
     
  3. Lee Ross

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    Yes, either of those are fine, although i could not see the top one. If i was buying then i would buy the 750w just to futureproof myself with any upgrades etc. The same reason i bought the Tagan 800w as i never use anywhere near it's potential, but i have power to play with if needs be ( if that makes sense)
     
  4. Lee Ross

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    Yes Modular = detachable cables, so any cables you don't use then they don't take up room in the case. And unmodular as you can guess has all cables built into the PSU's.

    Those PSU's you listed are fine :glasses-cool:
     
  5. Lee Ross

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  6. Damian Henderson

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  7. Stephan Sabath

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    Ok, i´ll do so, many THX ... i´m a bit disapointed, because the shop where i bought it told my PSU will be enough. that was 8 month ago :( but ... I hate probs with my rick, so ... a "must buy"
     
  8. Damian Henderson

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    Well, I hope it fixes it for you.
     
  9. Stephan Sabath

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    I will hope it too
     
  10. Lee Ross

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    Yeah same here and i have no doubt it will. How he has got away with running a overclocked Q9550 and a 295 for so long is amazing. Stephen it will be like having a brand new card, as you will see that card at it's best, although you would appreciate it more with higher resolutions, but thats for another upgrade day...lol
     
  11. Stephan Sabath

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    I use a HP w2207 TFT ... 1680x1050 ... i think thats ok

    I´ll give the be quiet 750W a try, as i think it will be more quiet than the Corsair.

    The Nvidia G300 will come december/january i think :)
     
  12. Damian Henderson

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    Get the Corsair, it's very quiet, and a better make then Be-Quiet.

    Corsair are like the best PSU's you can buy.
     
  13. Stephan Sabath

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    OK ... but n/a :( so i have to wait a bit
     
  14. Mark Birney

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    Kick the computer. That fixes everything.
     
  15. Damian Henderson

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    Not there?
     
  16. Stephan Sabath

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    no, n/a at HoH ... and i trust in that shop
    but nearly every shop says n/a
     
  17. Damian Henderson

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    Thats because they are so good, everyone wants them and they are sold out allot :tits:

    If I understand what you are saying.
     
  18. Stephan Sabath

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    yes true, n/a ... not available
     
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