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John


Check this out...


http://www.nzxt.com/page/reseller_continent/asia


That should better help you find the unit or someone who can source it for you through there channels.
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post #22 of 23
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Baldness View Post

The voice of reason...

You are being stuffed by the marketing dept if you think over 80% is necessary in a single pc. The extra efficiency is for companies running hundreds of Clients/PCs.

Dont beleive us .. go ask some experts...

i did not understand your point here
just to be clear

you are saying that
its pointless to ask here
or you are saying that

over 80 % is enough
??rolleyes.gif
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by John117 View Post

i did not understand your point here
just to be clear

you are saying that
its pointless to ask here
or you are saying that

over 80 % is enough
??rolleyes.gif

What he said made no sense to me either...

80% efficient rating means that it run that or better. Which in turn allows the unit to run the level of wattage needed at that time. The better the rating the better the unit is capable of handling the power demands.
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