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Program now in Release Candidate stage--Click Here
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By downloading this Beta you are acknowledging the following: the designers of this program are not liable for damages caused by use of, or following advice from, this program, nor is any guarantee promised or implied. This is an unfinished product and may cause system instability, and the wattage recommendations made by it may not be correct.


You may now download.
Beta Download Here!

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Post your Beta comments and feedback in this thread.

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Info: This program was made by myself and FiX, one of OCN's devoted New Zealand members. Fix originally demonstrated a mock-up of the program, then we got to work, with FiX doing the programming and other technical wizardry, and me doing the calculator math and such.

This is the v0.98 Beta release of PSUCalc, and is incomplete and a work in progress. There are still bugs, math errors, and usability issues that we need to work out. After a couple-three weeks of Beta we will finish up the code and release v1.0. We will continue to improve and expand the program afterward.

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That might just be the most helpful application I've ever seen. But I see TONS of uninformed people denying this is accurate, when they have absolutely no evidence to back it up frown.gif

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That looks like an awesome app.

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Does it really take 1230w for WC and overclocked 580s and an i7?

edit: didnt see the physx card, but I didnt think they pulled that much power, Idk.
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Does it really take 1230w for WC and overclocked 580s and an i7?

edit: didnt see the physx card, but I didnt think they pulled that much power, Idk.

An extremely overclocked i7 990X, and two overclocked GTX580s, and a PhysX card, with watercooling and several high speed fans and lots of HDDs and a ton of RAM, that will be running [email protected] (or something similar) 24/7? Yes, 1200W is a good recommendation for that. smile.gif


We may actually release the beta tonight. Maybe.

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