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03-30-2012 07:00 PM
terraprime WOOT, was wondering if this program was still being improved on. GREAT JOB and thanks for all the work you put into this program and server stuff, which Im sure was a pain.
03-28-2012 10:48 PM
FiX PSUCalc 1.2 released!
Download the install here.
Download the rar archive here.
03-20-2012 09:59 PM
FiX
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Originally Posted by Blackout621 View Post

Okay, cool tongue.gif
P.S. Good luck on that game!

Thanks smile.gif
03-20-2012 05:22 AM
Blackout621
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The Pro version (unreleased) has support for up to 4 GPUs. Not sure when we'll get round to releasing it with the game we're developing and all...

Okay, cool tongue.gif

P.S. Good luck on that game!
03-19-2012 10:32 PM
FiX
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Originally Posted by Blackout621 View Post

I didn't take the time to look through the posts, but hopefully you'll be patient with me. biggrin.gif
Will you be adding a 3rd and 4th gpu anytime in the future?

The Pro version (unreleased) has support for up to 4 GPUs. Not sure when we'll get round to releasing it with the game we're developing and all...
03-17-2012 06:29 PM
ramenbuoy Phae,

Where is the link? I went to your old thread as well as this thread and I can't seem to find it :< Might be bedtime :/

jk lol found it <333333333333333333333333333 allie
03-17-2012 06:25 PM
Blackout621 I didn't take the time to look through the posts, but hopefully you'll be patient with me. biggrin.gif
Will you be adding a 3rd and 4th gpu anytime in the future?
11-01-2011 05:44 PM
GameBoy ^

Use this thread: https://www.overclock.net/power-supplies/1140534-psu-calc-final-release.html
10-31-2011 03:09 AM
darku Hi Phaedrus2129 and thank you for your awesome program.

I have a question for you, but I can't find the PM button, to write you personally.

I have a small issue with my new Seasonic M12II 620W PSU. the PSU fan all the time is working at 2100 RPM. I have quite a low spec PC configured for a silent PC (E8400, 4Gigs of DDr2 RAM, one HDD- WD 500Gb, Nvidia 9600Gt, and a DVD-RW, all internal fans are Noctua on low noise adapters 900RPM) and acording to your calculator and to the picture above the RPM of the PSU should stay at around 1000RMP, but on mine PSU is everytime at 2100 RPM (in idle and in full load too) and is quite noisy.
Is my PSU defective, or I've connected something wrong? Can you please help me with this problem, or someone else. I will greatly appreciate.
10-12-2011 08:20 PM
crashdummy35 Amazing work guys. I know it took some serious effort to get this going so well, and my sincere thanks go out to all those who helped create the calc.

I'd like to Rep+ those who it's possible to Rep. And Phaedrus2129 if you're ever in Texas, beers are on me, bud.

Edit: Oh wow! I just found that if you click on the psu it recommends it opens a page for that psu in the browser...very sharp. Very cool.
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