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Lol... I would have just opened my side panel and looked..... . They have labels on them, you know
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Yeah i know, that's how i found out the model number. The reason i posted the link is because there's a picture of the label, and as i don't know which number is the amps on my rails, i figured the guy who asked for my amps could look at the label and figure it out, since i can't
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post #13 of 17
That PSU only has 15 amps on the 12 volt rail (the one that runs most of the power hungry components in your system). If you game a lot (or run other 3D applications that really push your system, in particular, the video card), that PSU will likely limit you very quickly. It should run your system at stock speeds, though, especially if you're not pushing it hard. Since overclocking is your goal, it might be wise to invest in a decent PSU. It's very hard to overestimate the role a quality PSU plays in achieving a good overclock.
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If you want to go with an inexpensive one, consider this one. If you're going to get seriously into overclocking, you'll want something more along the lines of this. Wattage of PSUs is important, but the strength (number of amps) and stability (variability of voltage) is at least as important as Wattage if not more important.
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If you want one real cheap I've got a used one for sale. I don't know how well it will overclock you though. http://www.overclock.net/sale/58821-...therboard.html
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well i just ordered a Rosewill RV400S-2 ATX 2.01 400W psu and the ASUS P4P800-E Deluxe motherboard from newegg, now the waiting's gonna kill me i know it. thanks alot to everyone
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