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Really need a price biggrin.gif .... Going to power my GTX670
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Any news about this ? - Really want it biggrin.gif
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Nothing from Computex about this litte devil ?
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So, will or will this not be able to power a GTX 680 like they advertise in their FT03-mini screen shots?

It definitely should have no problem with a gtx 680 and an overclocked SB or IB. An overclocked gtx 680 uses probably around 200-225 watts. So you have over 200 watts for a cpu + rest of build which should be more than enough unless you are pushing 1.5v+ @ 5ghz+ on SB-E.
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Nothing from Computex about this litte devil ?

Of course there is smile.gif http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSwOSDEPhxc
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This is awesome!
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Could this really power a 670? Nvidia advises a 550 watt power supply.
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Could this really power a 670? Nvidia advises a 550 watt power supply.

Those ratings are given with several hundred watts of arbitrary headroom. Most people grossly overestimate what they need to run their system. They feel its more "future proof" whilst completely ignoring the fact that, provided you stick with the same class of hardware, power consumption has been relatively consistent and/or has gone down. I'll wager that an Antec 380D will run the vast majority of systems just fine, even over clocked.

What matters most is rail stability and amperage, power denomination are irrelevant after a certain point. There's a reason they never list brands after their recommended PSU wattage. I typically ignore the recommended -- I'll take a quality 450w PSU over a 650w unit of lesser quality without hesitation.
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http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1038832957&postcount=175
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  • The ST45SF-G will not replace the original ST45SF since there is a significant enough of a price gap between the two.
  • The modular cables that is included with the ST45SF-G will have the same length and sleeving as those that come with ST45SF.
  • The first batch of ST45SF-G is scheduled to ship at the end of this month so they should start showing up on retail shelves at the end of June for Asia, around middle of July for North America and the end of July/early August for Europe and other parts of the world.
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