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Is that a +12V capacity of 300W?

 

You either need to use a Macro lens, or find a way to take a sharper pic. I can barely see it.



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I was just really jittery, and it was a screenshot of a video test feed running at 5 FPS.

Yes, that's 300w for the +12v, 200w for the +3.3v and +5v together, 11w for the -12v, and 11.25w for the +5vSB
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I was just really jittery, and it was a screenshot of a video test feed running at 5 FPS.

Yes, that's 300w for the +12v, 200w for the +3.3v and +5v together, 11w for the -12v, and 11.25w for the +5vSB

 

Oh. Well, a PSU with a +12V capacity of only 300W that's being asked to power a modern system is really just a ~350W PSU, if that. So, this would be a part of why it was such a lethal weapon. The other part is it's an extremely low-quality unit, especially for a modern system.



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Darn, well, that explains why it can't handle a GPU, a 65w CPU, a power-hogging mobo (my old one), two HDDs, and two ODDs at the same time with 3 sticks of RAM.
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Darn, well, that explains why it can't handle a GPU, a 65w CPU, a power-hogging mobo (my old one), two HDDs, and two ODDs at the same time with 3 sticks of RAM.

 

Well, now I can see why you called it The Mighty Turd-Burster. :)



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Heh. The XFX Core PRO550W is now more expensive than the CAPSTONE 550W. So I'd just better to not get the Core unit anymore. Good thing the order hadn't been placed yet.
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