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post #21 of 36
i think there's no convincing the op...please see this thread....
http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...own-470-a.html
post #22 of 36
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oh really???

look at the load graphs. and i have a mild oc over the stock oc.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...0_toxic/16.htm
Yup, that's at the wall. It's obvious from the figures the article presents, but it even says so at the top of the page.
post #23 of 36
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That sounds like the OCP on your PSU was faulty, there's no way your system would ever try to draw >48A from your Neo Eco (48A being its rated power output capacity at 12V).
works fine with a fully unlocked x2 555be at 3.5ghz three hd's and a reference 5770 24/7.
Edited by gammite - 1/10/11 at 9:15am
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a gtx 460 recommended power supply is 400 watt tested with an i7 and standard peripherals....and im talking about my hawk here......which eats more power than the hd6850 toxic for sure...
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works fine with a fully unlocked x2 555be at 3.5ghz three hd's and a reference5770 24/7.
That's great, but it just means you're not pulling as much power from the PSU as with your other system
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Yup, that's at the wall. It's obvious from the figures the article presents, but it even says so at the top of the page.
for arguments sake lets say that is true. (as i don't see that)

add in the 965 at 4.0 and 5 hdd's and 3 pci cards with the dual monitors in my sig rig. that is a bit more stressful than the stress test.
Edited by gammite - 1/10/11 at 9:17am
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post #27 of 36
- That's a generous 200W from the CPU at max load (e.g. Prime95 or LinX), nothing special to report here.
- Hard drives have negligible power consumption except during spin-up, when it doesn't really matter anyway since nothing else (notably the CPU and GPU) will be drawing much power at all.
- 3 PCI cards, again, that's negligible. The only type of PCI or PCIe addon card that would potentially have a noticeable power draw is an enterprise RAID controller with a dedicated processor, and even then, we're still looking at a low consumption.

But all of those items were why I said your system would run fine on a good 450W unit whereas I would normally say 400W for a standard system with just 1 or 2 hard drives.
Edited by Shub - 1/10/11 at 9:22am
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oh really???

look at the load graphs. and i have a mild oc over the stock oc.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...0_toxic/16.htm
umm ok thats the whole system, which with the 6850 toxic is 394w not quite enough to kill your PSU.

My entire rig below is on a 650w antec.

must i ever pulled and that was running furmark and LinX at the same time was 575w, and thats from the wall
Edited by Blindsay - 1/10/11 at 9:35am
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post #30 of 36
I forgot to mention that dual monitors make no practical difference
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