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Old 07-29-2007, 04:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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just found this. it would be very useful for system builds to know how much juice you need.
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You just found this? It's been posted here several times. Anyway, it's a great link, to find an estimate of how much power you'll be needing.
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yea thats old as crap
i dont trust it, because i dont think its accurate but nonetheless its been posted before
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Well yeah i just found it. I don't make it my job to read everything on the board that is posted.
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Has this been stickied?
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its not all just about wattage, unless that thing does amps aswell.
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Thanks for that, it's what I've been looking for
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