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Old 05-07-2008, 02:25 PM   #121 (permalink)
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if your talking to me i have links up to both the manufacturer sites with the specs of both psu's.
It was directed at deathhawk
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kk thanks.
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+3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +12V3 +12V4 +5VSB -12V -5V
Max.(Amps)
33A 24A 13A 18A 16A 8A 2.0A 0.5A /
Peak (Amps)
/ / 18A / / 13A / / /


it does show the amps there they are copied right from the table. it has more amps then the 520hx.
you don't just add up amps on rails like that you loose some through multiple rails. Sure it may combined have like 47 so it SAYS if you combine them all 3 but no it doesn't work like that. Through lose of efficiency i cant see that PSU putting out more than 38.

Look at the side panel of a 520HX, the 3 rails are 18A EACH. which should add up to 52 right? However no because you loose power due to efficiency the Corsair really only puts out a combined 40A. I would say the strider since it has a lower efficiency really only outs out around 36-37 at best.
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I think the Tagan 1100watt should be added to the highend list....i love it and have had no problems with it at all. Surplus of 4-6pin connectors as well. I can add a comprehensive review if need be.
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Reviews look good, sure why not.. Done.
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Newegg.com - FSP Group ATX400-PNT 400W ATX12V V2.2 Power Supply 100 - 120 V/ 200 - 240 V cUL, CB, TUV, FCC, CSA - Power Supplies

I mentioned this in the recommended builds. It has 27 amps on the 12v's which is quite a lot for a FSP at that price. I haven't seen any reviews since it's a new arrival but it's pretty hard to go wrong with a FSP.
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Updated as of yesterday.
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yay my strider made it in thanks ste.
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Oh crap, I forgot to omit that before posting.
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Old 06-06-2008, 01:45 AM   #130 (permalink)
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I came across this PSU.. it looks pretty good for its price range.

Newegg.com - XION XON-630P12N 630W ATX12V Power Supply 115/ 230 V RoHS, UL, CE, CB, CSA, FCC, TUV, Demko, Nemko, SEMCO - Power Supplies
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