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Old 01-08-2010, 07:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My CyberPower UPS tells me how many watts I'm using on its front LCD, as well as the software that I can install with it when I plug it into USB.
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Look at those temps!!!
I know!!! Terrible. lol

I use a kill-a-watt also. At full load I draw about 450W.
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such a low temps haha, oh okay ill have a look at my local hardware store.

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such a low temps haha, oh okay ill have a look at my local hardware store.

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No, water-cooling is for Sissies, HeHeHe
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O_O pure copper and how loud is the fan? also what is the best set-up of case fan? all intake or vice versa "intake and outtake"?
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