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Ugh, 120A off the wall. How inefficient is that 2kW thermal take psu.
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Ugh, 120A off the wall. How inefficient is that 2kW thermal take psu.


120 amps off the wall? I don't think so, Tim.

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Uh oh, more PSU talk. Maybe this time I can get banned instead of flagged. biggrin.gif

Got that memory yet ?
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The only caveat with Enermax is manually dividing your load, but that's easy as long as you don't have a rat's nest and keep track of which wires have what loads.
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It's actually 160A. www.overclock.net/t/197979/thermaltake-2000w-psu/0_20


From the wall: no. That it outputs: yes. 160 amps from the wall would take a wire probably bigger than your arm. Ok not quite that big, but you get my point.

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I know tongue.gif I'm a hobby electrician too tongue.gif. at 220VAC 10A maybe.
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I know tongue.gif I'm a hobby electrician too tongue.gif. at 220VAC 10A maybe.
Then you should know what I mean when I say that back in college, they had to install 40 amp breakers for the dorm floor I was on (normally they used 20 amp). I was part of a 'learning community' where they put a whole floor of computer engineers in one place... I was impressed that no one died back then, we only had two people knock themselves out, set the whole floor and all rooms on fire only twice for about 3 seconds, and only had to vent poisonous gas once (the 'green stuff' you get when doing high-speed hydrolysis and deciding table salt would be a good electrolyte).

*cough* Back on topic though, if you maxed out two 1200 watt PSUs, you could easily pop a house's 20amp breaker; one for 10A.
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Wait, when did we all decide to move to strens thread? wth.gif
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NO, you want 2 of THESE

I'm so tempted now..
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Then you should know what I mean when I say that back in college, they had to install 40 amp breakers for the dorm floor I was on (normally they used 20 amp). I was part of a 'learning community' where they put a whole floor of computer engineers in one place... I was impressed that no one died back then, we only had two people knock themselves out, set the whole floor and all rooms on fire only twice for about 3 seconds, and only had to vent poisonous gas once (the 'green stuff' you get when doing high-speed hydrolysis and deciding table salt would be a good electrolyte).
*cough* Back on topic though, if you maxed out two 1200 watt PSUs, you could easily pop a house's 20amp breaker; one for 10A.
Holy crap.
One floor of Engineers? Damn, thats a lot of pessimism in one place!
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