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Silverstone ST56ZF 560Watt

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Hey all,

I build my Silvertstone PSU I bought for my C2D rig in my turion rig and these power is only ...

I still got a new OC out of my 6600GT! I run 625MHz on the Core without any probs and 542.5MHz on the ram! That gave me 9848 in 3DMark03

Here are voltages I read out with my multimeter:

3.3v rail
idle: 3.34v load: 3.31v

5v rail:
idle: 5.04v load: 5.02v

12v rail:
idle: 12.18v load: 12.09v

thought that are good numbers!
This is the PSU I ever saw! Its better than my uncles 620W Liberty and more silent! I can´t still hear it ...

But the congrats goes not to Silverstone! ETASIS get it!!!
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That PSU is arguably the best single 12V rail PSU out there (except the PC Power & Cooling units).

Great buy! Enjoy
    
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Yes! But there is no PC Power & Cooling PSU out with that much amps on 3.3v and 5v rail! Tey are always with 24a or 28a on 3.3v and I need more! I need 30A to run my system stable! I tested a CoolerMaster iGreen Power 500W with 25A on 3.3v rail and I it rains bluescreens ...

The LC-Power 550W PSU has 32A on 3.3A and runs stable so far!
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.9 250GB NEC AD-7170S Win XP SP2 Yakumo 17" 
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CoolerMaster 500W SLI CoolerMaster iTower930 
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E6600 ASUS P5N-E SLI XFX 8800GTS 1Gig GEIL 800@3-3-3-5 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.9 250GB NEC AD-7170S Win XP SP2 Yakumo 17" 
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CoolerMaster 500W SLI CoolerMaster iTower930 
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