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Old 03-03-2008, 11:38 PM   #91 (permalink)
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Ultra actually had a 2000W PSU:
Legit Reviews - Sneak Peak - Ultra Products 2000W ATX Power Supply - Enough Power To Silence The Toughest Power Critics
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now that is crazy overkill
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holly ***
i cant even imagine and think about the hardware that would utilize taht much power....
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this should be stickied its so helpful
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this should be stickied its so helpful
It has been stickied some time ago.

And thanks for looking at it.
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yep this is already stickied, its part of the Hardware Sticky Index
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lol its like a car battery
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George Ali, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Ultra Products. "In fact, most household circuits can't even provide the AC power this unit would require in order to put out 2000W of DC power. But there's the always-inevitable questions of 'Do I have enough power?' or 'Does my power supply have enough juice where my high end components need it.' That is why we have put together this 2000W unit; as the end all of power supplies as far as DC output goes. With as much as 1800W available on the 12V alone, there should be no concern whatsoever that there is enough power available for quad core, quad GPU or large drive arrays."
wtf?!?! why would you sell a product if some people don't even have the ability to use it!!! and make it available to consumers!!>!>M!IO#U*(VD ILE

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They do this, just because they have the resources to. And they also have that, "Mine is bigger than your's" mentality.
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They do this, just because they have the resources to. And they also have that, "Mine is bigger than your's" mentality.
3 ultra's in sli..... yeh, its kinda sad, but I'm secretly jealous.
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