Originally Posted by mcogan10
someone feels that being an ******* will solve my question...
You've got me confused my man. I would be an ******* if I told you that you were a complete retard for buying an OCZ power supply. I would be honest and informative if I let you know the benefits of buying a quality PSU.
The OCZ has ripple issues, isn't the most stable, etc. That's why you bought it for so little money. Quality comes with a price tag. I'm sure that if you could have afforded it at the time you would have bought a PCP&P power supply, so I would be an ******* to hold it against you.
Your question has been answered. The PCP&P costs a lot because it's the creme de la creme of PSUs. You also can't add up the rails on a multi-rail PSU. Like I said, take the number of Amps and multiply it by the rail to see if your guess is off or not.
I'd (winging it here) say subtract about 2-4A a rail when you go over one to get your total.