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Old 04-23-2006, 07:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It's not 120amps you ****ing retards, it is 12, it's a freaking typo, if there was that many amps on the 12v rail the max wattage would be much much higher. And the PSU would be 3 times larger just like the 1killowatt psu.

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If Calibretto insists on being cheap, and not wanting to spend more then 50 Bucks on a psu, then the fortron, 450 watter is the only way to go.

There are some good suggestions in this thread, but remember, If someone wants to be cheap, then don't suggest something they won't buy.

And charles_scott is right, simple math and physics 120 Amps X 12 Volts == 1440 watts, so it has to be a typo.

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