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post #11 of 19
fair enough, you know more then i do snerp, thats for sure
    
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fair enough, you know more then i do snerp, thats for sure
Nah, you were for sure right about bringing that up. I was working on two threads at the same time and got careless
    
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oh, i hate when i multi-task and screw something up. always seem to do that but i always seem to keep multi-tasking
    
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post #14 of 19
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You current PSU only has 40 amps on two 12v rails... thats kinda skimpy!
Look at the rating for each Rail, it's 12V but total amperage is only 29A, look closely at the pic, +12V1 + V2 = 350W, which means 350/12 = 29A......not 40, if it were 40A then the total watts would be 480W.


Baran; I don't think you should shell out $220 for a new PSU, you have a decent PSU already so the best thing would be to spend $50 on the Thermaltake 250W Dedicated Video Card Power Supply.

Save the extra $170 for something else.

I only went for this Silencer 750W PSU because it's a build from the ground up and I originally thought that I was going to reuse my OCZ PowerStream along with a TT Dedicated VC PSU but I decided to put my OCZ in the 2nd rig because it's running a dual core CPU.
post #15 of 19
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The 8800s aren't using as much power as people thought they would. I flaked on the 4 connectors. He could easily make 2 more PCI-E connectors if he would like for a very small amount of money, but the 610W could take 2.
Exactly... everyone over estimates the power draw of the 8800's so much its rediculous! You DONT need a 1K watt psu just to run sli. Any decent 700w+ psu will handle 8800sli with plenty power left to overclock. Unless you have an unusual amount of extra hooked up in the system...lol
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post #16 of 19
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can someone help me find a quad version as I tried newegg and tiger but no luck.

Also do I want a single rail PSU with a ton of amps?
    
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post #17 of 19
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can someone help me find a quad version as I tried newegg and tiger but no luck.
Here is the PC P&C Quad 750W Silencer: http://www.pcpower.com/products/view....php?show=S75Q Just buy it from them.
    
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cool! thanks bro
    
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post #19 of 19
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WOOT !!! Silencer 750 Quad on the way....next thing is 2 8800gtx and the dell 30" and I should be set for another year or two!!
    
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