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    Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    And it shows off the proud and profusely ARGB LED lit SF850F14RG PSU.
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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    For Intel's future 14+++ HEDT CPUs I presume.

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by sykobee View Post
    For Intel's future 14+++ HEDT CPUs I presume.
    I was assuming it was for re-flashing all the firmware in a BMW

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Mental and overall pointless IMHO.

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by sykobee View Post
    For Intel's future 14+++ HEDT CPUs I presume.
    *snorted really loudly at my desk making my colleague jump*

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Just why???

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by jimborae View Post
    Just why???
    So you can blow your power sockets at home?

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    So you can blow your power sockets at home?
    It should be just shy of that, after conversion efficiency it'll only need 12 A or so so will be fine on UK plugs

    I look forward to the future 3-phase RGB PSUs for EXTREME OCERs

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Anandtech says this model will not be for sale. And tbh, do we really need PSUs at 1KW and beyond?

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Anandtech says this model will not be for sale. And tbh, do we really need PSUs at 1KW and beyond?
    As power supplies have a fan and tend to collect dust, they probably fall foul of the EU vacuum cleaner power limit legislation anyway

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Anandtech says this model will not be for sale. And tbh, do we really need PSUs at 1KW and beyond?
    Yes we need, i have a 1.2 kW power supply, my build when i do my matlab processing consumes short of 1kW (970-990W) so i should have gone for a 1.6kW this way the psu would be more relaxed, i push mine too hard.

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Well, at least their signature glaring white LED sockets are now RGB and can be blended in with the rest of your build...
    That was the only problem I ever had with Superflower, really.
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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven74 View Post
    Yes we need, i have a 1.2 kW power supply, my build when i do my matlab processing consumes short of 1kW (970-990W) so i should have gone for a 1.6kW this way the psu would be more relaxed, i push mine too hard.
    We all know that power usage goes up exponentially when overclocking. I wonder how much slower your system would perform at stock speed. I wouldn't be surprised if it's a lot less than one might think. Just an educated guess...
    Last edited by azrael-; 04-06-2019 at 03:45 PM.

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    It should be just shy of that, after conversion efficiency it'll only need 12 A or so so will be fine on UK plugs
    I honestly doubt the older wiring in my house would cope well.... I really should get it rewired.

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    Re: Super Flower unveils the SF2500F14HP, a 2500W PSU

    In what i do it is up to 30% slower, my cpu has a base frequency of 3.0 ghz on all cores so it is a 50% increase in frequency to 4.4 ghz on all cores.

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