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Mostly used for gaming. Everything works awesome. Arma 3 runs like a beast. Every game can run at ultra and beyond. Planning to add more GTX 1080's in the near future.
Why the 1600w? There's no need for one if you're running a single or double SLI system, even with a generous OC.
Silence and future proofing. It runs super cool, and silent.
That psu can power my house
That PSU can power my whole neighborhood
Pretty much, and silent too ;-)
Apologies for the crappy photos, I don't have a good camera.
I see the note about running a second 1070 at a later time, but that being said the PSU is totally overkill for this build. Could've bought a 850W and and would have probably been set. That's just my opinion anyway
I wanted to future-proof for 4x GTX 1080, also a quality build with high quality Jap-caps. I also wanted silence. My Computer is virtually silent when running.
Fair and sound reasoning. To each their own, in the end it is your build you do what you want. Regardless it's a pretty build. Thinking of swapping to the Enthoo elov glass at some point for my own build.
The case is beautiful and functions great. I won't need another case for quite some time
nice pc! 1+. But i dont like your setup that much. maybe turn your pc so you see the front of it if you lie in your bed that would make it look way cleaner!
Yes I have since re-organized my room, everything is all different now
I will try to update the photos soon!
My office is very small, it's just a den.
Too much power!
PSU more than the GPU...
might as well gotten a cheaper psu then added that extra coin for a 1080.
I have a GTX 1080 now ;-)
Haha, well my power supply fan never comes on. For me silence was key also longevity.
Never too much power! All your power are belong to us.
In the future I plan to run 4x GTX 1080 ;-)
I like benchmarking it's my drug. There is also 3D rendering & animation, Graphics arts design, Photography, Videography and so on. Also there is no stability "now", not to say in the near distant future there won't be, as with computers it's only a few lines of code away ;-)
Hey I found the same psu for a better deal than ones half it's size and 3 steps down in efficiency. Anyways I dunno if you can answer this but I'm a little worried bout plugging it in. Unfortunately I can plug it staight into the wall. Somehow I wonder if a power extender/surge will be able to handle everything I will need to run through it after this. Any thoughts?
ye, surge protector is fine as long as it's a quality one