Looking at the PCP&C website, it shows that there are 3 different versions of the 1kW Turbo-Cool PSU. I presume that the SLI and Crossfire certified cards are essentially the same, but they differ from the default one by having the drives on a separate rail than the graphics cards. My question is, which one do you suppose newegg sells? The one with the drives and graphics cards on one rail or the one with them on separate rails? It links to the default one from newegg, so I figure that is the one they sell, but again, I am not sure. The reason I am not sure is because I have looked on xoxide, newegg, and zipzoomfly for the non-default PSU but I cannot find it.
If the drives were on the same rail as the graphics cards, would this hinder my overclocking ability for the x1900xtxs in crossfire mode? If so, does anyone have a link to the specific crossfire certified version or one that will work in its place?
I found 3 versions on Monarch Computers (not sure if they are the
I'm not quite sure which one is the one I want... Only the Quad-SLI version specifically states the rails as completely devoted to the graphics. Would having 4 PCI-E connectors limit the power that one of the connectors can give to a graphics card?
My PSU has arrived, but I'm confused now that I have discovered that there are 3 versions of the PSU.
Should I RMA the default one and order the crossfire PSU since it has the CPU on one rail, the drives on another, and the graphics on the third (as opposed to the drives and graphics on one rail)?
PCP&C 1kW Page: http://www.pcpowercooling.com/produc...x-performance/