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Old 03-03-2007, 01:28 AM   #11 (permalink)
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i like the Enermax because it's cheaper, but i want to hear ur opinion about it.
It's a powersupply. It's a good brand. It's going to eat up your bill, but if that's fine with you, then ok. If it has everything you need, get it.
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Old 03-03-2007, 01:37 AM   #12 (permalink)
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It's a powersupply. It's a good brand. It's going to eat up your bill, but if that's fine with you, then ok. If it has everything you need, get it.
ok........how much do u think it's going to eat up the bill? $300 more or something?
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Enermax are good also, but you still Don't need a Kilo watt Power supply. 700 to 800 Max!
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wait for the cards to come out and then see, because who knows how much power they will actually take

remember before the 8800s came out everyone was ****ting their pants because they thought they wouldnt have enough power?
a now we see that you can run two with a 450 watt

imo they wont take that much power at all and you will probably be fine with like a 550-650watt psu from a good maker
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wait for the cards to come out and then see, because who knows how much power they will actually take

remember before the 8800s came out everyone was ****ting their pants because they thought they wouldnt have enough power?
a now we see that you can run two with a 450 watt

imo they wont take that much power at all and you will probably be fine with like a 550-650watt psu from a good maker
ya.......i guess ur right.........thx, ill go with ur advice n wait . By the way, i just got a job as a sign spinner, getting paid $10 a month, Saturday n Sunday, most likely $500 a month.

thx, ill stop making more threads unless it's necessary, moderators, plz close this thread!
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Btw, Corsairs are made by Seasonic so they're pretty much equal in quality.
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Which is why Seasonic and Corsair are in the top five.
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Old 03-04-2007, 12:11 AM   #18 (permalink)
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