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alright i can wait.....but is that a no for even trying to see if it works with the TT?
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alright i can wait.....but is that a no for even trying to see if it works with the TT?
You could try it... you may want to undervolt your cpu/ram though, maybe lower video card clocks.
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Probably the best budget PS, HIPRO has been around for a long time.
500w, twin 12v+ 20a rails
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817174023
    
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Mootsfox View Post
You could try it... you may want to undervolt your cpu/ram though, maybe lower video card clocks.
Unvervolt, yes so that the there's instability and perhaps ruin the CPU and RAM. great!



taternuts
; try it. At stock everything it should work fine.

That PSU is great, I've had two and still using one. For one of the PSUs I had, it was with a Pentium 4 650 which was overclocked to 4.0ghz and you know a Pentium 4 draws 85W at stock and at 4.0ghz probably 110. Also with 4 HDDs, 2 Opticals, 1GB RAM, 2 120mm fans, floppy drive and a GeForce 6600 GT.

And what'd ya know? I found a pic of that old rig with the 650 @ 4.0ghz, so there
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