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Originally Posted by hellonwheelz View Post
http://www.overclock.net/small-form-...l#post11926327

Since he did say it, maybe we are both right. People are having problems and it's been independently verified that the PS meets specs at least 3 times. 80 plus and the other 2 tech sites.

If you keep RMAing your PS that should help figure out the solution for everybody. Since this is THE 36A sfx game in town, the sooner we find out whats at the bottom of this the better. Would you agree?
Your quote is posted on Jan7

The one I linked is posted on Feb 3rd, refuting any earlier stated statement.

EDIT: a little after you posted, he posted another followup:

http://www.overclock.net/12505414-post47.html

don't act all hurt
Edited by ablearcher - 2/24/11 at 9:45am
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Originally Posted by ablearcher View Post
Your quote is posted on Jan7

The one I linked is posted on Feb 3rd, refuting any earlier stated statement.

EDIT: a little after you posted, he posted another followup:

http://www.overclock.net/12505414-post47.html

don't act all hurt
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Originally Posted by ablearcher View Post
read through the threads I linked... nowhere does he say, after switching, "no problem" Nowhere near that!
Clearly he couldn't find a problem for months and he's says it doesn't effect gaming. You claimed he did not say it was fine. He did.

At this point you are focused on me... using charged language against me "hellonwheelz is on the attack", and "hellonwheels will go to town" and youre edit says "gotta be nice". I could care less, but your now in my ignore list.

Add the fact that Crucial09 just wished the OP's build to die I'm wondering "Whats with this huge display of e-peen you two?" Crucial09 youre on the igg list to, because if you can't disagree without being a douchebag I don't need to hear further from you. Add to that you don't even have technical accuracy.

Nuc, clearly your build isn't much different than many other builds, the silverstone 450 is the only game in town for sfx PSU and more than 12v 25A and that's what the other builds are using. Except sandy brigde should be able to use less amps and the 5xx nvidias appear to draw less than the 4xx equivalences.
In multiple independent tests the 450w put out it's rated 36A during sustained testing and elevated temps. And they are standing by their product, and will rma any problem PSU from what I can gather. Nothing in life is guaranteed but I think you have a good shot @ having a beast of a machine. You could run the MB off a 150w pico psu as plan b.
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This may have already been posted but...

Thats PSU is rubbish:
http://www.overclock.net/small-form-...otal-crap.html

But, i read somewhere in the SFF section that a company will be bringing out a 500-550w SFX PSU.

Also there was a mod done to fit a HX650 in the SUGO SG05
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