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Old 08-19-2007, 04:33 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Seasonic is Antec correct?
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Old 08-19-2007, 04:34 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Seasonic is Antec correct?
I believe antec is water downed seasonics, and I have bad expieriences wiht Antec.
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My 430W Antec EarthWatt's been holding up pretty good. :happy:
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My 430W Antec EarthWatt's been holding up pretty good. :happy:
me=bad expiernces with Antec.

Also If I were to SLI GTX's

Would the 550w S12 Seasonic run it fine?
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Seems like it has enough AMP's to run SLi GTX.
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Seems like it has enough AMP's to run SLi GTX.
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No problem, !
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No problem, !
Guess im going with the 550W, but would the 650 give me more headroom ?
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It sure will. Tons more. I have a 600watt PSU and I'm not even running SLi.
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