So Onus, you're saying that in the future you'd rather not know about a product that we have early details on unless those details also include pricing and availability? Or are you saying you don't believe the author, in which case I can personally verify the information because I was on the message from SilverStone too. So which is it? The author is lying; you don't want the information when we get it; Silverstone is lying; or maybe you just woke up on the wrong side of the bed Seriously though: for years commenters tormented us because we published things late; we took that criticism to heart and we've made it our mission not to get outscooped, and while sometimes we do, I feel like we've improved by leaps and bounds; we don't source other publications, we have worked hard to establish and strengthen relationships with all of the companies we report on. So now we get tormented for . . . publishing too early? Sorry but thank you to all of those who downvoted that comment.Sorry, but without pricing or availability, this article is nothing more than fortune-telling. I can do it too: "Seasonic is going to release an 800W 80+ Platinum TFX PSU. It will be fully modular. No word yet on pricing or availability."
I'm a little puzzled by this statement (and to be honest many statements concerning PSU choices). The Titan Z's TDP is 375 watts. Even using ~175 watts for some insane CPU OC and cranking up the Titan Z's power consumption, you've still got quite a lot of headroom with a 700 watt PSU.But this will be useful for powering a dual-GPU graphics card in a Mini-ITX case, although you'll really be pushing the power envelope of the SX700-LPT if you decide to take that route.
There are compact mATX cases that use an SFX PSU. You could run a compact dual card setup in them. E.g. In-Win BK series.What's the point of having a PSU that can handle two cards when no ITX board has more than 1 pcie slot? Is there an ITX build possible that uses 700 watts even with major O/Cing?
Think, dual GPU single cards. Titan Z, r9 295x2.What's the point of having a PSU that can handle two cards when no ITX board has more than 1 pcie slot? Is there an ITX build possible that uses 700 watts even with major O/Cing? That being said, I'm sure it's nice and works well, probably tells funny jokes too.