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GTX 480 & GTX 470 Power Supply Unit Buying Guide

The days of using any "olí power supply" are long gone and the introduction of power hungry video cards like the GeForce GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 470 only make matters worse. Thatís where our GTX 480 & GTX 470 Power Supply Unit Buying Guide comes in handy. If you need to know what to buy (and why) for your SLI, this article is for you.

So you are going to go the Fermi / GF100 route for your next video card purchase? Along with getting the fastest single GPU in the world, you will also be nursing a power hungry piglet of a video card that requires you feed it a diet high in amperage, low in ripple, all while keeping tight voltage regulation. We show you what to buy.
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