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Great! But you are missing something very important... to me. Octa-Core AMD's in the CPU list.

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So, I'm not criticizing here at all...because this thing is beyond amazing...but I'm just trying to help. When adding PhysX, it only adds 50W for an 8800 Ultra and 75W for a 9800GX2

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So, I'm not criticizing here at all...because this thing is beyond amazing...but I'm just trying to help. When adding PhysX, it only adds 50W for an 8800 Ultra and 75W for a 9800GX2

Yes. The 8800 Ultra maybe needs a little higher, but that's right for the 9800GX2. PhysX cards don't pull nearly as much power as when they're used in an actual GPU role.

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Yes. The 8800 Ultra maybe needs a little higher, but that's right for the 9800GX2. PhysX cards don't pull nearly as much power as when they're used in an actual GPU role.

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Looks like a great tool! I love how its not web based!

Also, I assume all the PSU's listed are quality (tested by say JG or [H] or other reputable testers) units correct?

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wow this is a very nice program! this is so helpful, hopefully you can input some BD CPUs and we can see some rediculous PSU numbers. smile.gif
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Cool little tool. However, it's certainly a bit off with my system. I have crossfired HD 6950s and an overclocked 2600k, two sticks of 1.65v ram, and it recommended me a 550w PSU, which I'm sure would be too low.
However, the idea is great, and I hope it becomes even more successful smile.gif

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Wow is this is really good. Gonna show this to a friend who's currently in the market for a new rig thumb.gif

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Cool little tool. However, it's certainly a bit off with my system. I have crossfired HD 6950s and an overclocked 2600k, two sticks of 1.65v ram, and it recommended me a 550w PSU, which I'm sure would be too low.
However, the idea is great, and I hope it becomes even more successful smile.gif

Bug. Should be a bit higher.

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Yes. The 8800 Ultra maybe needs a little higher, but that's right for the 9800GX2. PhysX cards don't pull nearly as much power as when they're used in an actual GPU role.

Oh, gotcha. Mt bad :/

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