Nexus Technology Releases the 850W Tranquility PSU

"Today Nexus technology BV, have launched a 850 Watt, Modular and Sleeved, over 80% efficiency, Tranquillity Power Supply"

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Nexus Technology Releases the 850W Tranquility PSU OC3D Official Press Release logo

Today Nexus technology BV, have launched a 850 Watt, Modular and Sleeved, over 80% efficiency, Tranquillity Power Supply

Nexus power supplies are designed to provide your PC stable and efficient power to guarantee perfect PC performance. Yet we have set everything to work to make this power supply the quietest 850 Watt model in the market.

Ok...It took us a while to find the perfect match of components and parts to have a high efficient, stable and quiet power supply that deserves the Nexus label. But we did it...

And we are proud to offer this amazingly silent 850 Watt power supply to you: the Nexus RX-8500 Modular PSU.


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For more information and specifications check: www.tranquillitypower.com

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22-01-2009, 18:46:15

soapsupah

Phew! Cripes I almost had a heart-attack.



me too lol, anyways first try tweaking only your multiplier ( the Q6600 get 3ghz at 333mhz x 9 multi. and you dont need to touch the voltages (at least that worked for me, also i can do 3,4ghz w/o touching it but i dont like to pass 3,0ghz since were i live is pretty hot, and im using air cooling.

23-01-2009, 06:18:08

Addicted
yea i only changed the FSB without changing the voltage on my old ram.
when i installed the new ram, because the voltage for cpu was set to auto, it felt the need to up it to nearly 1.6V,no idea why, but i've fixed that now!
also, what did you set the FSB to get it at 3.2 and 3.4? those would be nice to test!
i'm in the UK so it's not particularly warm here at any time!

23-01-2009, 07:17:41

soapsupah

yea i only changed the FSB without changing the voltage on my old ram.
when i installed the new ram, because the voltage for cpu was set to auto, it felt the need to up it to nearly 1.6V,no idea why, but i've fixed that now!
also, what did you set the FSB to get it at 3.2 and 3.4? those would be nice to test!
i'm in the UK so it's not particularly warm here at any time!



hmm for an air cooled cpu, also for 24/7 OC maybe 3,2 is the barrier (at least for me since it gets pretty hot here hehe), but you could try 3,4ghz if you wished, also use prime 95 to make an stress test so you can see if the overclock is stable. good luck with the overclock mate :D

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23-01-2009, 08:11:00

Addicted
:) thanks
by the way, i take it i should not go over around 65C really?

23-01-2009, 08:17:20

soapsupah
hmm for an iddle cpu i wouldn't pass the 45 ~50 c, but at full 65 isnt a bad temp (depending on your cooling solution, and how much you OC'ed). also if you could, tell me the heatsink and fan you are using to cool your q6600, but i really think 3,0 ~ 3,2 ghz the max i would accept using an air cooler ( ijust dont feel good with big temps).

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23-01-2009, 10:12:53

Addicted
im on the noctua u12p with stock fan (120mm @ ~1300rpm)
just tried to set it to 3.2, failed to reboot, then rebooted itself at 2.6, so i assume i need to up the voltage?
what is the max i can realistically go to? i assume that increasing the fsb also affects the ram? so what is the real real max?

23-01-2009, 10:26:50

soapsupah
hmm the cooler is pretty good so the temps wont be so high, also there are some Q6600 that cant pass the 3,2ghz line (i dont have a clye why but i know some that can't, and i hope isnt your case) another tip, try setting the clock speed at the max you can before it cant reboot then go back a little until it reboots, also try tweaking your voltage a little higher (if its at 1,25 ~stock speed i supose) you could put it at 1.35 or 1.45 i dont recomend passing this line aswell, also your mobo will have a big role in OC'ing i can oc until 3,4ghz with my MSI P35 Platinum (if you can google it to see its FSB etc because i dont remember) i will take a photo of cpu Z also i hope it helps with something.
also other users could help with it since when i OC i normaly just touch the clock x multiplier, (to do a 3,4ghz i had to elevate my voltage from 1,25 to 1.40).

23-01-2009, 10:31:57

Addicted
ok thanks, ill have a look at it :)
could it be that either my quad wont go over 3ghz, or that i havent set the voltage high enough which is causing it to reboot?
i assume it is going to be both, but i'll do the incremental steps anywya, and see how far i can get!

p.s.: here's the link to my mobo specs:
gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ClassValue=Motherboard&ProductID=2531&ProductName=GA-P35-DS4

23-01-2009, 12:23:13

Addicted
i think i have one of the quad's which is stuck at 3Ghz, i tried 343 + 353 as multipier and neither seemed to work, unless i wasnt upping the voltage enough!

23-01-2009, 13:15:22

soapsupah
hmm that's a sad news but 3ghz is already a good OC for 24/7 use, but still the ones i know that have a "barrier" can't pass from 3,2 so you still have 200mhz to try if you want, also try to dont touch the voltages if possible (like doing the 3,0Ghz) the cpu will live longer, and of course run cooler. like the other users said, dont pass the line of 1,45 volts.
also im using this cpu for a long time already and it was ever at 3.0, when i bought it until today hehe, for me 3.0ghz is already good until no WC :rolleyes:
but anyways good luck with the cpu man.

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