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Old 04-28-2005, 07:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default The KING of all SLI Power Supplies!!!

PC POWER & COOLING is releasing a new SLI PSU certified by NVIDIA.
This PSU will be the KING of ALL SLI PSU's.

I have the TURBO-COOL 510 SLI Deluxe - It's unbelievable!!!
Now they have developed the TURBO-COOL 850 SLI .
• 850W continuous and 950W peak power
• NVIDIA® SLI™ READY component
• Four +12V rails @ 17A ea. (12V1-V4=54A/62A pk.)
• Extended ATX form factor fits most std cases
• High-efficiency design (85%) with .99 PFC
• The tightest voltage regulation (+VDC @ 1%)
• Dual PCI Express video power connectors
• 15 drive connectors (6 SATA, 8 Molex, 1 mini)
• The industry's strongest warranty (5 years)

No price listed yet. You have to call for more info?
Check it out : http://www.pcpowercooling.com/about/whatnew_850_ETX.htm
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OMFG!!!!!!!!!! THAT JUST KICKS ***!!!!!
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Now all they need is to make it modular and not fugly, but that's where PS modding comes in

Degut an utlra and their we have it, a nice PS with modular
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I'd have to see some reviews on it from unbiased sources first, rather than a company trying to sell it, to see how it performs.

Too many wires for my liking though, that must drown any chance of airflow making it all the way through the case, I think the term excessive comes to mind here. It's too early for a PSU of that calibre.
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It's for Extended ATX and will fit most STD ATX cases. If you have a mid to full tower you should have plenty of room to hide unneeded wires. Plus, if you buy a PSU of this caliber, then chances are you are going to use most of the wires.

I've got the 510 Turbo-Cool SLI EXPRESS/DELUXE. Before installing it, I striped off all of the stock cable sleeving and installed ULTRA-UV BLUE CABLE SLEEVES. It took a few hours to get it done perfect, but, GOD DAMN!!! It looks sweet...

As for reviews on PC POWER & COOLING - Check them out here!
http://www.pcpowercooling.com/produc...iews/index.htm
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64s have a min spec of 18 A on 12v rail >.>
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Dude it has (4) 12v Rails @ 17A each. (4) Independant Rails

Which means that if you break down your system components that require Major wattage, Like CPU, drive, Video Card or Cards... They each will have their own Independant dedicated RAIL to suck the juice outta the PSU.

The min requirement for a AMD 64 on Dual 12v Rails is 15a.
Here you have (4).

AMD 64 & FX CPUS will be just fine on a PSU with (4) 12V Rails @17a
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Thats been out for a while now... Isn't this it,

http://www.xoxide.com/pcpc-850w-ssi-psu.html

Its pretty sick, I cant imagine how hot it gets
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They really should make it modular though. Modular PSUs pwn...like my X-Connect :P
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Would a car's alternator work?
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