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post #21 of 202 (permalink) Old 12-28-2010, 12:00 AM
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Where do you see that it's a $20 power supply? We don't even know exactly which unit he has yet!

Good GRIEF!
Does it really matter? CoolMax is CoolMax, they're all junk units that I wouldn't trust to power a calculator.

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post #22 of 202 (permalink) Old 12-28-2010, 12:00 AM - Thread Starter
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Which exact Coolmax power supply do you have?

pioneerisloud: this has not yet been established.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-055-_-Product
pioneerisloud: the PSU cost $70

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That doesn't matter. That's still only a 420w PEAK POWER power supply. Meaning it CANNOT sustain 420w all the time, which in turn means that it CANNOT power your entire system + a high end GPU. Period.

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Will it work? The PSU have dual rails. 12V1=17A 12V2=18A. If it don't will HD 6870 or 6850 work instead?
CU-600T ~35A
CXI-600B ~36A
CU-600B ~37A
V-600 ~37A

HD6870 + psu get's my vote.

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And this PSU is just fine for your system with a 6950 in it.


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CU-600T ~35A
CXI-600B ~36A
CU-600B ~37A
V-600 ~37A

HD6870 + psu get's my vote.
Again, those are all PEAK values, NOT CONTINUOUS. Meaning its more in the realm of 22-25a continuous at best. Good PSU's are rated by continuous ratings by the way.

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Sigh......................

Please stop. You are wrong, and time will prove it. Maybe Phaedrus2129 will show up.


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Sigh......................

Please stop.
If you don't believe me, go look at the sticker. 420w PEAK POWER, means 35a PEAK AMPS. Which in turn means closer to 250-300w continuous AT BEST or 20-25a at best.

It's NOT enough power. Just go look at the sticker.

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This has given me a damn headache.

What is with you people? Why are you so damn paranoid about this? Or are you just trying your damn hardest to piss me off?

What's the freakin' deal here? IT WILL BE FINE! THIS SHOULD NOT HAVE TO BE AN ARGUMENT.


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If you don't believe me, go look at the sticker. 420w PEAK POWER, means 35a PEAK AMPS. Which in turn means closer to 250-300w continuous AT BEST or 20-25a at best.

It's NOT enough power. Just go look at the sticker.
How about you just go?


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Optical Drive
Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner
Optical Drive
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Corsair RM550x
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