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    How old is your Corsair AX860i? the above problem is only with 1st reversion Corsair AX860i the newest ones do now carry the same problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
    How old is your Corsair AX860i? the above problem is only with 1st reversion Corsair AX860i the newest ones do now carry the same problem.
    My AX860i must be around 2,5 years old. It's most likely a first generation one as I've bought it right at release.

    @theMoP: calculator says 756W at 90% system load which it never even comes close.
    As I've said I've got around 600W peak load while running multiple benchmarks at a time.

    Think I'll try another RVE as the X99 Deluxe won't fit my color scheme (as dumb as that sounds ^^).
    Whish me luck with my third board...
    CPU: 5930K @ 4.5 GHz, GPUs: 2x GTX Titan, Mobo: Rampage V Extreme, Ram: 32GB Dominator 2800
    Sound: Essence STX & SP 2500, HDDs: 1x Samsung 830, 2x 840 Evo, PSU: Corsair AX860i, Case: 900D
    Cooling: Full custom w/c loop (CPU, both GPUs), Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/...00d-titan-sli/

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    Heya Gishan,

    You've obviously got a very nice, high-end system...and (well, at least for me) it's better to have too much PSU than too little.

    I punched in your specs as follows:

    High-End Desktop
    Your CPU (we have the same)
    Recommended TDP
    4000Mhz overclock at 1.3V (I'm not sure what voltage you're running your OC at)
    8 x4GB DDR4
    GTX Titan x2
    3 Flash SSDs
    1 PCI-e x1 card (your Essence)
    9 regular 120mm fans
    1 regular 140mm fan
    1 D5 Vario
    Recommended System Load (I know you don't run at close to full load, but there are times when this spikes...such as start-up surge)
    Capacitor Aging of 20% (this is very important if you're running an older PSU and/or run 24/7 -- with your 2.5-year-old PSU, 20% is quite conservative)

    This gives a recommended PSU wattage of 909W. Also remember that the AX860i is platinum certified, i.e. 92% efficient...or approximately 791W at 50% load.

    A new 1200W PSU is only about $240, which is one quarter of how much you've likely spent on RAM alone. IMHO, I'd splurge on a newer and higher-rated PSU to protect all your high-end goodies. Anyway, please consider it.

    Best of luck!

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    Ah ok I missed the aging part there!
    I'll consider changing my PSU as soon as the new RVE arrives (and is working).

    Think I'll get one of these two:
    - Corsair AX1200i
    - Seasonic SS-1000XP

    Thanks for your input!
    CPU: 5930K @ 4.5 GHz, GPUs: 2x GTX Titan, Mobo: Rampage V Extreme, Ram: 32GB Dominator 2800
    Sound: Essence STX & SP 2500, HDDs: 1x Samsung 830, 2x 840 Evo, PSU: Corsair AX860i, Case: 900D
    Cooling: Full custom w/c loop (CPU, both GPUs), Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/...00d-titan-sli/

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    No problem! =)

    I'm using the Seasonic 1200W 80+ Platinum (it's the same price as the AX1200i on NewEgg).

    But the Corsair would be extra nice for you as your sweet-looking sleeved-cable set from the 860i is fully compatible with the 1200i.

    Good luck!

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    I recently upgraded from an X58 board with R290x to the RVE. I personally would not even try the RVE on my current Corsair 850 PSU and bought an NZXT 1200w for it. Verified the 1200 operation on the X58 and then installed the RVE. Running an OC 5930 with 16gb, R290x and R280x was unthinkable for the 850.

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    ^ this

    The X99 and 5960X draws some serious juice. More than X58 and X79 by a hefty margin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gishan View Post
    Ah ok I missed the aging part there!
    I'll consider changing my PSU as soon as the new RVE arrives (and is working).

    Think I'll get one of these two:
    - Corsair AX1200i
    - Seasonic SS-1000XP

    Thanks for your input!
    If you're looking for a 1200W unit, grab the Seasonic Platinum 1200W. It's a kickass PSU. Reliable and silent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdzcpa View Post
    ^ this

    The X99 and 5960X draws some serious juice. More than X58 and X79 by a hefty margin.
    Chino:

    I have recently built two identical machines using this motherboard. Every morning they both have the same problem. Error code 76. As with the above it takes some time in the bios changing nothing at all but eventually with enuff saves to the bios it will boot and run flawlessly for the remainder of the day. Every morning it is either error code 76 or overclock failure or harddrive not found ... on both machines. I downloaded 8.02 prior to initial startup. Both machines boot & ran flawless for a week then the errors started. It has to be a bios issue imo. Maybe a setting I am not familiar with. Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    War

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warloc View Post
    Chino:

    I have recently built two identical machines using this motherboard. Every morning they both have the same problem. Error code 76. As with the above it takes some time in the bios changing nothing at all but eventually with enuff saves to the bios it will boot and run flawlessly for the remainder of the day. Every morning it is either error code 76 or overclock failure or harddrive not found ... on both machines. I downloaded 8.02 prior to initial startup. Both machines boot & ran flawless for a week then the errors started. It has to be a bios issue imo. Maybe a setting I am not familiar with. Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    War
    List your complete system specifications as detailed as possible. Also are you getting the error from a cold or warm boot?

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