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Old 02-04-2006, 05:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i've tried those power supplies calculator and for a 3700+ and a 6800GS, i get about 2** something voltage at max. Is that true or is the calculators wrong

Can i have a quick response plz

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COME ON HERE, I'm getting So impatient
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get a 450w fsp group psu
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i've tried those power supplies calculator and for a 3700+ and a 6800GS, i get about 2** something voltage at max. Is that true or is the calculators wrong

Can i have a quick response plz

Edit: ANSWER ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dude, first of all, calm down. Okay, secondly, you're probably gonna need 450W or higher. But watts aren't the only thing to look at...you also want to look at the amps on each rail on the psu.

And the 450W Fortron PSU is a good psu to look at. Or look at Antecs, OCZ, PC P&C...
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