[SOLVED] HX1000 vs Seasonic Prime Gold 1300

FSCGeek

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Hi! I am building my first watercooled PC with 2 RTX 2080Ti in SLI and a Core i7-9700k which I will overclock and I want to know which of those 2 PSUs would be the best, in terms of internal quality and reliability. A Seasonic Prime Gold 1300W or a Corsair HX1000. I currently have a Super Flower Leadex II 850W and I have stress tested both GPUs and the CPU and the PC was pulling 800W from the wall. Those are the only 2 PSUs available and cost exactly the same.

Which one should I get?

Thanks!
 

Karadjgne

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The HX1000 has been said to be Corsair's best 1000w psu. (HardOCP). But it's firmly set to be right at the same level as the Seasonic Prime Gold 1000w. Considering the price, that puts the Seasonic Prime Gold 1300 ahead based solely on an extra 300w of headroom for free.

Recommended psu for sli RTX2080ti is 900w. A 1000w unit, topped with Watercooling and OC is pushing minimums. The 1300w would be advisable.
 
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Karadjgne

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Herald
The HX1000 has been said to be Corsair's best 1000w psu. (HardOCP). But it's firmly set to be right at the same level as the Seasonic Prime Gold 1000w. Considering the price, that puts the Seasonic Prime Gold 1300 ahead based solely on an extra 300w of headroom for free.

Recommended psu for sli RTX2080ti is 900w. A 1000w unit, topped with Watercooling and OC is pushing minimums. The 1300w would be advisable.
 
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