Originally Posted by ComputerRestore
I feel like the days of running SLI/Crossfire on a 300Watt PSU are right around the corner with how little these components use these days.
I doubt it; history has shown us that CPUs and GPUs have a tendency to ramp up TDP for a long time, then trim it down a little before ramping up again. It's possible though: speed-wise, computers have been brushing up against quantum limits for awhile, which has forced them to become more innovative.
I remember my lovely Pentium Pro that could overclock superbly on a passive heat-sink. That would be the ideal: less waste of energy into heat; fully passive cooling for computers. *dreams*