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Wow, 3 computers, fully loaded. jeeze.
Maybe good for folding?
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post #92 of 118
So, are you saying a high-end rig with QX6600(not so high-end anymore) + 8800 Ultra SLI + 4GB DDR2-1066 + 4 HDD RAID + 2x DVDRW + 120mm fans + card reader + X-Fi + Laser Mouse can run on a Multi-12V Rail, 900W PSU and play games like Crysis, World in Conflict for hours without problems?

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post #93 of 118
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What could possibly need that much power?
intense pelt.

this is still rediculous. i cant imagine how ugly it is having that thing sitting on top of your case
post #94 of 118
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So, are you saying a high-end rig with QX6600(not so high-end anymore) + 8800 Ultra SLI + 4GB DDR2-1066 + 4 HDD RAID + 2x DVDRW + 120mm fans + card reader + X-Fi + Laser Mouse can run on a Multi-12V Rail, 900W PSU and play games like Crysis, World in Conflict for hours without problems?

Yup, that shouldn't draw more than 650-700W even full CPU and GPU load.
    
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post #95 of 118
lol... 1000watts will power 2 GX2's and a quad core whilst also not stressing itself....

This is pathetic.
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post #96 of 118
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What could possibly need that much power?

Powering 20 office computers from one power supply.
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So, are you saying a high-end rig with QX6600(not so high-end anymore) + 8800 Ultra SLI + 4GB DDR2-1066 + 4 HDD RAID + 2x DVDRW + 120mm fans + card reader + X-Fi + Laser Mouse can run on a Multi-12V Rail, 900W PSU and play games like Crysis, World in Conflict for hours without problems?

I had a e6600, 2900 pro (believe it is more of an energy hog then a ultra), 2gb of 8500 ram, 4 sata hard drives in raid plus 2 extra hard drives (one IDE one sata), 2dvd burners, 1 delta fan 130cfm fan, xi-fi and just hardly broke 500 watts.

now that I replaced it with the x3350 quad, and 3870 I'm actually using under 500 watts now it looks like when running 2 instances of SMP folding as well as the ATI tools fuzzy cube as well as a hard drive benchmark at the same time.
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post #98 of 118
HOLY ****!! But its no use and the specs aren't so clear either.
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post #99 of 118
I actually think this is useful for rigs like CD's one (can't remember the name) where he has four motherboards in one little stand. It has three main power plugs, so it could run at least three of them all off one PSU.
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post #100 of 118
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
Haven't this allready been posted here?
I remember commenting that PSU before.
You are correct. This is a repost.

This unit was originally built for OCZ a couple years ago when OCZ was still using Topower an an OEM. It was shown off at CES 2007. Since OCZ no longer uses Topower, I guess they just decided to sell it under their own brand (ePower).

It's two 1000W Topower's stacked on top of each other. Each 1000W PSU inside the housing gets it's own power cord. You would have to plug this into two separate breakers in the house to get 2000W out of it, but it doesn't matter anyways because there's no PC on earth that needs that much power.
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