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<a href="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814102045" target="_blank">http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102045</a><br />
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Any of you guys own 1 of this card?<br />
If you do, Please tell me the Memory Clock: 1550MHZ OR 2000MHZ?<br />
Alot of website showing the Memory CLock: 1550mhz.<br />
SOme of the peple saying 1550, same say 2000.<br />
And this card + ATI or other brand x1950 CrossFire Edition card, can make X-fire? OR better with same company(Sapphire).<br />
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Also OCZ GameXStream 600w can handle X-fire for this card?<br />
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Well..Sapphire says 2000..<br />
<a href="http://www.sapphiretech.com/us/productfiles/matrix-vga-1.xls" target="_blank">http://www.sapphiretech.com/us/produ...trix-vga-1.xls</a><br />
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Brand of the Crossfire card does not matter.. should work with any.<br />
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Whether the 600W GameXStream can handle it, depents on how far you push your parts. I think you should be fine... I assume those cards draw like 10-13A each. Add about 11-12A for an overclocked CPU, and another 5-8A fr the rest and you end up a bit over 40A. The GameXStream delivers 44A. Thus, it could be tight, but you should be fine I guess.
 

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how can u tell it have 44A? and can u please tell me what is Efficiency 80%-82% mean?<br />
also how many amp the 700w one have?
 

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The FSP Epsilon are the same as the GameXStream. Here are the specs of the FSP 600W: <a href="http://www.home2000.net/client/fspgroupusacom/images/FSP_FX600-GLNSPEC0806.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.home2000.net/client/fspgr...LNSPEC0806.pdf</a> On page 5, there is a table with loads, and at full load you see a load of 11A per rail for a total of 44A. The difference between the 600W and 700W unit is only 6A, and the 700W unit delivers 50A max load on the 12V rails.<br />
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Efficiency means how efficiently power from the wall outlet is converted into the several voltages delivered by the PSU. For example, if the efficiency is 80%, and the PSU delivers 500W total over the several rails, the power draw from the wall outlet (110V) is 500/0.8 = 625W. Not that this depends on the actual power delivered by the PSU. <br />
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Again, I think your 600W unit should be able to handle the Crossfire setup.
 

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</div>yea but alot of website showing the SAPPHIRE x1950xtx have 1.55mhz somehow.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">yea but alot of website showing the SAPPHIRE x1950xtx have 1.55mhz somehow.</div>

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</div>Trust me thats not the case its the X1950PRO thay has a lower mem clock . Not the XTX
 

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its definitely 2 gig
 
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