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post #21 of 29
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I wish everyone would take a hint from PC Power & Cooling and make massive single 12V rail.
Fixed.
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post #22 of 29
I just bought a GXS 700 watt for $140.00 CAD. Oh well, atleast it's going to be enough to run a single 8800gtx or a single R600 ATI card. That's all I'm looking for.

I do like the memory cooler though =)

No hints on the cryo-z I see =_=
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post #23 of 29
well i think that having 2 rails suppling one item is a good idea but i don't have any demonstrations to prove why it would be better, just makes sense to me and my fsp 700w which has 4 rails has allways provided me with plenty of power and no fluctuations on any of my voltages

the memory controller is the nicest ive scene allthough i like my getto rig which is much cheaper still that thing looks nice and looks funtional
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post #24 of 29
i'd prefer the quad rails..especially if you have a g80 or r600..using two seprate rails to power it just gives me the impression of more stability and available power..just my

ps.-with the projected power consumtion of the r600, two dedicated gpu rails seems like a great, and possibly neccessary idea
    
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post #25 of 29
I think some people need to take some beginners courses in DC electronics.
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post #26 of 29
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I think some people need to take some beginners courses in DC electronics.
Easy for you to say. I'm only in grade 11, just touching circuitry.

Anyway, I believe the GXS 700 will be enough to power a single 8800gtx.
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post #27 of 29
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Easy for you to say. I'm only in grade 11, just touching circuitry.

Anyway, I believe the GXS 700 will be enough to power a single 8800gtx.
Heh.... I am a senior, but I have taken AP Physics and BC Calculus.
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post #28 of 29
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Having 4 cars that can go 150 MPH is nowhere near as fast as 1 car that can go 300 MPH.....

More Amps per rail signifies quality and reliability. 20 amps on 4 rails is useless considering 8800GTX needs 30 Amps on 1 rail...
The 8800GTX does not need a single 30A rail. That would be 360watts, which is far more than it actually uses. The PSU 12+v rail needs to be 30A, to power the whole system. If the rails are broken up so each piece of hardware can pull as much as it needs, then multiple rails > single rail due to price conserns. The GXS 700 watt puts each pci-e connector on a seperate rail, so you could get 36A from those, or 432 watts, with 14A left on the other two rails, 168 watts.
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