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You don't need 2 or 3 psu,unless you running some type of, high end phase or tech units.Take for example mine the ocz 700wtts,i have 3 rigs with the same psu.Tested all 3 rigs to the max,tested in sli.And so far no psu problems.When i have the sli set up the card's, volt mod to 1.5 and even to 1.6.And the cpu overvolt,and no problems.And i always run any stability program for 24 hrs.To me is a stable psu.I suggest get a 700 wtts psu and problem solve.
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You don't need 2 or 3 psu,unless you running some type of, high end phase or tech units.Take for example mine the ocz 700wtts,i have 3 rigs with the same psu.Tested all 3 rigs to the max,tested in sli.And so far no psu problems.When i have the sli set up the card's, volt mod to 1.5 and even to 1.6.And the cpu overvolt,and no problems.And i always run any stability program for 24 hrs.To me is a stable psu.I suggest get a 700 wtts psu and problem solve.
Hi, thanks for your reply, but I not too sure I understand? If 2 or 3 PSUs are for high end systems, then wont me using 2 PSUs ilimitate me needing another PSU if the problem didnt go when using 2? The ripple thing could be the cause, but If using a combined 960w, 480w dedicated purly to the motherboard then whats the chances of that PSU having a ripple problem. My Tagan is no cheap PSU and have tryed just that PSU on the mobo, Iv also tryed just a xilence 480w for the mobo, in each time I used the other to power everythink els.

If its a ripple problem what would i be looking for, do I need a multimeter?
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