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post #11 of 1059 (permalink) Old 10-08-2010, 08:56 PM
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Ok, let's see...

650/313=2.0766x100=207.66%

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850/507=1.67x100=167%



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SHould I use the peak power of 1250w or just the 1000w on my PSU?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817379009

492w recommended with high-end desktop settings....

203.2 with 1000w

254.0 with 1250w


regular desktop settings is 469w ... 1000w is 213.2 and 1250w is 266.5

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750W PSU, 415W recommended on website.

180.7% overkill.



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I'll update all of the rankings tomorrow, I might even hook this up to a google spreadsheet to make this easier on myself. It's 12:30 and I've found posting when tired often has less than spectacular results.
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The PSU calculator recommends a 427W. My actual power consumption is about 300W, give or take.

Going by the higher number, 1200/427 * 100 = 281%, putting me firmly in the lead. More so when you consider this power supply can do 1700W continuous. Going by my actual usage and this power supply's capabilities it might be more like 566%.

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I think I'm in above all of you, dear lordy...
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The calculator recommends 308W. My actual power consumption is probably around 250W. 750/308 = ~243%.



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