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Originally Posted by Axon View Post
all sockets are 240V standard in the UK
That's just voltage. What is the standard current ratings of UK outlets?
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post #32 of 51
2000W is totally unnecessary. Most homes in the US have 120V/15A breakers, making the maximum draw on a single breaker 1800W. 2000W is even pushing it a little on a 20A circut, which maxes out at 2400W. Just add a couple of monitors, speakers, modem, and a light bulb and you have nearly maxed out a 20A circut.
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$500 says the Silencer 750 can handle a larger load than this POS.
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post #35 of 51
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Originally Posted by Mad_Handlez89 View Post
Lawl @ 2 Things

1. Its a 2000W PSU
2. Its a Thermaltake.........
I don't think you are quite up to date, as Thermaltake Toughpower PSUs are very good.
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Originally Posted by stargate125645 View Post
I don't think you are quite up to date, as Thermaltake Toughpower PSUs are very good.
Well then it would have to be the ONLY thing that's good.

Can't really blame dismissing them, it's like if someone came up to you selling an Xtreme Dell PC or something..
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Well then it would have to be the ONLY thing that's good.

Can't really blame dismissing them, it's like if someone came up to you selling an Xtreme Dell PC or something..
Dell makes good PCs if you know what you are getting (price withstanding). They are more expensive than building them yourself because, well, you don't have to build it yourself. If they had overclockability you would see a lot more Dells on this forum.

Toughpowers have been out for a while now so they shouldn't be a surprise, though I do get your meaning.
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I had a 1kw PSU for awhile... then I changed to my current one

To give you an idea, my 1kw PSU stated that it could run:
4 quad core CPU's
5 PCI-E 1.0 or 2 PCI-e 2.0 +1 PCI-e 1.0 GPU's
18 Drives

At the same time. Now, how much of that was boasting, I don't know. But they wouldn't say it if it wasn't true in some way
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Dell makes good PCs if you know what you are getting (price withstanding). They are more expensive than building them yourself because, well, you don't have to build it yourself. If they had overclockability you would see a lot more Dells on this forum.

Toughpowers have been out for a while now so they shouldn't be a surprise, though I do get your meaning.
The XPS line of Dell has an unlocked BIOS. But, it's also the most expensive line of Dell's computers.

The older 700 or 750w Toughpowers were horrible PSUs for their price. Names and images stick with a company longer than thr products. They may be good now, but their image of overpriced cheapy-made PSUs is still in the minds of many.
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