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2020/07/16 12:49:03 (permalink)
 
To celebrate our 21st Anniversary, all EVGA ELITE members with EVGA BUCKS now get an additional 21% for a limited time!
On July 16, 2020 every EVGA ELITE Member with EVGA Bucks will receive an additional 21% EVGA Bucks added to their balance. These "bonus" Bucks won't last forever, though. Make sure to use them by July 31, 2020, or they will disappear!
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/16 14:45:36 (permalink)
    Awesome, now to find something to spend them on!
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/16 17:03:38 (permalink)
    :O

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/17 05:17:53 (permalink)
    EVGA is accepting pre-orders on the 3080 Ti hydro's right? Right? 


    Have water, will cool. 
     
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/17 12:12:40 (permalink)
    kougar
    EVGA is accepting pre-orders on the 3080 Ti hydro's right? Right? 


    I'm sorry, but I do not know what you are referring to.


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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/17 12:25:11 (permalink)
    Lol.

    Want to save 5 to 10% on your next EVGA purchase? Just click on the associates banner to save, or enter the associates code at checkout on your next purchase. If you choose to use my code I want to personally say "Thank You" for using it.
     

     
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/18 16:22:05 (permalink)
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    kougar
    EVGA is accepting pre-orders on the 3080 Ti hydro's right? Right? 


    I'm sorry, but I do not know what you are referring to.






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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/18 21:15:45 (permalink)
     
           
     

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/18 21:37:11 (permalink)
    Cheers
     
    No place to use them tho on EU side

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/19 02:38:24 (permalink)
    It's a very nice increase for EVGA bucks.

    Use an Associates Code & SAVE 5% - 10% on your purchase. Just click on the associates banner to save, or enter the associates code at checkout on your next purchase. If you choose to use my code I want to personally say "Thank You" for using it. 
     
     
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/22 10:47:46 (permalink)
    Yay!!! 21% of 0 = 0. Love it!

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/22 11:16:49 (permalink)
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    Yay!!! 21% of 0 = 0. Love it!


    Well it's better than nothing.......oh wait 

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/23 22:39:16 (permalink)
     
    Nice offer, unfortunately many items are out of stock, or don't even show on the product pages anymore. I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed. :/  Guess I'll wait for the 3080Ti Hybrid, assuming EVGA make one. I guess coronavirus is impacting supply lines all over the place.
     
     
     

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/24 16:26:00 (permalink)
    Bye Bye, EVGA! Please donate my EVGA Bucks (due to folding) to someone more deserving. I've teamed up with Linus ... 
    post edited by chrebean1 - 2020/07/29 21:03:40

    Fool me once, shame on you.
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/28 12:48:52 (permalink)
    What's 21% of $5?  I think I'll stick with AMD, but thanks for the enticing offer.
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/07/29 15:14:48 (permalink)
     
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    To celebrate our 21st Anniversary, all EVGA ELITE members with EVGA BUCKS now get an additional 21% for a limited time!
    On July 16, 2020 every EVGA ELITE Member with EVGA Bucks will receive an additional 21% EVGA Bucks added to their balance. These "bonus" Bucks won't last forever, though. Make sure to use them by July 31, 2020, or they will disappear!
    Click Here for More Info!





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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 10:11:27 (permalink)
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    I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed.

    Bwahaha.. the 21% EVGA Bucks promotion ends, and the 850 T2 is suddenly back in stock. 
     

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 11:18:48 (permalink)
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    I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed.

    Bwahaha.. the 21% EVGA Bucks promotion ends, and the 850 T2 is suddenly back in stock. 
     




    I would have gone with the P2 1200W which is more then enough power and while not a T2 it's a great PSU for not a lot of money more and I would never have to worry about if I have enough power for the system. Or at least that is why I used my folding EVGA bucks for.

    Use an Associates Code & SAVE 5% - 10% on your purchase. Just click on the associates banner to save, or enter the associates code at checkout on your next purchase. If you choose to use my code I want to personally say "Thank You" for using it. 
     
     
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 11:33:33 (permalink)
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    I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed.

    Bwahaha.. the 21% EVGA Bucks promotion ends, and the 850 T2 is suddenly back in stock. 

    I would have gone with the P2 1200W which is more then enough power and while not a T2 it's a great PSU for not a lot of money more and I would never have to worry about if I have enough power for the system. Or at least that is why I used my folding EVGA bucks for.

    Meh, no need for my rig these days - I used to run a Corsair AX1200 as I always ran SLI GPUs and CPU overclocked, but these days I only run a single GPU and don't intend to SLI, and I don't have the rig running on full load 24/7 like you might with a folding rig, so 850W is no problem for me, even with a solid overclock on CPU & GPU.
     
     
     

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 12:35:03 (permalink)
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    I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed.

    Bwahaha.. the 21% EVGA Bucks promotion ends, and the 850 T2 is suddenly back in stock. 

    I would have gone with the P2 1200W which is more then enough power and while not a T2 it's a great PSU for not a lot of money more and I would never have to worry about if I have enough power for the system. Or at least that is why I used my folding EVGA bucks for.

    Meh, no need for my rig these days - I used to run a Corsair AX1200 as I always ran SLI GPUs and CPU overclocked, but these days I only run a single GPU and don't intend to SLI, and I don't have the rig running on full load 24/7 like you might with a folding rig, so 850W is no problem for me, even with a solid overclock on CPU & GPU.
     
     
     

    Yup, I was in the exact same boat. Have a Corsair AX1200 and was looking for something smaller with higher efficiency at lower load. Just like you, I was looking at EVGA PSUs for this 21% bucks bonus, but nothing I wanted was in stock. I didn't want another oversized PSU.

    I just purchased a competitor's PSU 2 days ago. 600 watt 80+ Titanium. I wanted a 700 watt 80+ Titanium, but the 600 watt-er was a better model, had better pricing, and was more readily available. I am hoping that it will have enough capacity.

    I would have definitely settled for the 850 T2, even though it is slightly larger than I need, but EVGA dropped the ball on availability.
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 13:00:25 (permalink)
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    I was looking at the 850W titanium PSU for a while now - I think it's Supernova 850 T2 - for a long time it was showing out of stock, now it's not even listed.

    Bwahaha.. the 21% EVGA Bucks promotion ends, and the 850 T2 is suddenly back in stock. 

    I would have gone with the P2 1200W which is more then enough power and while not a T2 it's a great PSU for not a lot of money more and I would never have to worry about if I have enough power for the system. Or at least that is why I used my folding EVGA bucks for.

    Meh, no need for my rig these days - I used to run a Corsair AX1200 as I always ran SLI GPUs and CPU overclocked, but these days I only run a single GPU and don't intend to SLI, and I don't have the rig running on full load 24/7 like you might with a folding rig, so 850W is no problem for me, even with a solid overclock on CPU & GPU.

    Yup, I was in the exact same boat. Have a Corsair AX1200 and was looking for something smaller with higher efficiency at lower load. Just like you, I was looking at EVGA PSUs for this 21% bucks bonus, but nothing I wanted was in stock. I didn't want another oversized PSU.

    I just purchased a competitor's PSU 2 days ago. 600 watt 80+ Titanium. I wanted a 700 watt 80+ Titanium, but the 600 watt-er was a better model, had better pricing, and was more readily available. I am hoping that it will have enough capacity.

    I would have definitely settled for the 850 T2, even though it is slightly larger than I need, but EVGA dropped the ball on availability.

    Frustrating huh..   The 600W might be cutting things close if you have overclocked HEDT components and start hitting full loads, particularly for extended periods, and possibly if you have a bunch of drives and fans and RGB etc. etc. on top. The latest Intel processors are pulling quite a bit more juice even at spec clocks too apparently, I hope that changes once they start using <10nm (whenever that may be lol).
     
     
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 13:35:43 (permalink)
    According to my Kill-A-Watt power monitor/meter thingy, my system peaks out at a little less than 400 watts. But who knows if I will find some application in the future where that is not the case. Even though my CPU and GPU is overclocked, I have some fairly aggressive power saving features in place. I am using C-States and Speedstep and Eco mode on my motherboard VRM and have short term and long term power limits enabled to keep the CPU wattage down for sustained loads. My CPU will ramp up to 4.6 GHz, then taper off to 4.3 GHz, before dropping to 4.0 GHz after a minute of constant load. Works for me.
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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/05 13:54:25 (permalink)
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    According to my Kill-A-Watt power monitor/meter thingy, my system peaks out at a little less than 400 watts. But who knows if I will find some application in the future where that is not the case. Even though my CPU and GPU is overclocked, I have some fairly aggressive power saving features in place. I am using C-States and Speedstep and Eco mode on my motherboard VRM and have short term and long term power limits enabled to keep the CPU wattage down for sustained loads. My CPU will ramp up to 4.6 GHz, then taper off to 4.3 GHz, before dropping to 4.0 GHz after a minute of constant load. Works for me.

    No worries then    ..now I'm wondering what I did with my kill-a-watt meter I got off Newegg years ago.. hmm.
     
     

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    Re: EVGA 21st Anniversary 21% Bonus Bucks! 2020/08/23 17:06:55 (permalink)
    Since you were considering heading down the same path, you may be interested in my results.
     
    Before with Corsair AX1200 Gold :
    Powered Off: 0.3 watt
    Sleep: 1.8 watt
    Idle Long Enough that the Monitor Turned Off: 54.8 watt
    Idle at Desktop: 57.5 watt
    Watching 1080p YouTube Video: 64.5 watt
    In UEFI Default Screen: 107.0 watt

    After with Seasonic Prime 600 Titanium :
    Powered Off: 0.3 watt (same as before)
    Sleep: 3.3 watt (83.3% worse)
    Idle Long Enough that the Monitor Turned Off: 44.1 watt (19.6% better)
    Idle at Desktop: 47.0 watt (12.3% better)
    Watching 1080p YouTube Video: 50.6 watt (21.6% better)
    In UEFI Default Screen: 94.6 watt (11.6% better)

     
    The "In UEFI" result is probably the most consistently verifiable data point, but I tried to be very accurate and fair for the other data points.  I think the "In UEFI" result is almost too much load to make the difference between a Titanium and a Gold power supply very different.  A Titanium power supply has a big leg up on super low loads compared to a Gold power supply.  At around 60 watts and lower is where I expected the Titanium to really shine compared to the Gold.  It's too bad that in UEFI is the most consistent data point, but is too much load to really highlight the Titanium's benefit.
     
    I was quite surprised that the AX1200 Gold performed comparably pretty good at low load, but I am happy with the results and think it was a worthwhile side-grade nonetheless.  I was hoping for around 20% efficiency improvement when browsing the net, and I think I reached that goal, but it is hard to say for sure.
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