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    Advice on build

    Greetings, I am going to be upgrading my computer and had a few questions on the parts

    The new parts
    Asus rampage 5 mobo
    Intel i7 5820 which I plan to oc a bit. Nothing crazy
    Corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 2800
    Samsung 850 pro ssd

    Water cooling will be
    D5 pump
    Ek cpu water block
    360 rad

    Old parts I'm keeping.
    Optic drive
    Corsair 1000 watt psu which is 5yrs old

    My questions are: will the cooling system be enough for ocing the cpu and is the psu powerful enough or should I get a new one?

    Thanks for the help.

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    Yes, that cooling setup should be able to handle the i7-5820K. Regarding the PSU, I'd buy a new one. After 5 long years of use, your PSU probably has degraded quite a bit. Personally I prefer Seasonic over Corsair. The SeaSonic Platinum-1000 is a nice unit.

    On a sidenote, I didn't seen any mention of GPUs. Which GPU do you own?

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    Thanks for the advice I'll look into that psu.
    And I am keeping my amd 7970 gpu at the moment. Will be upgrading that in a month or so.
    Btw are corsair psu's not that good?

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    I have no experience with Corsair PSUs other than what I've read on reviews. Seasonic is the OEM for a lot of their units actually.

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    Yeah that seems to be a common practice in electronics. one or two companies manufacture a part, two or more other companies buy it and rebrand it.

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    The Corsair HX and AX units are outstanding.

    Also consider EVGA SuperNova 1000-1300 gold & platinum, they use Super Flower platform.
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    There has been a tendency for older multi-rail power supplies to go into over-voltage protection when a Haswell CPU goes to sleep. PSUs that are "Haswell ready" are more recent and have single 12-volt rails. That's a primary reason to get a new PSU to go with the Haswell-E.

    Jeff

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    I'm enjoying my Corsair HX850

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