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Toby B. wrote:I have honestly been out of the hardware realm for quite some time now, so the recommended wattage for your setup, I cannot really say.
As far as the auxillary power connector. If your board has an 8pin connector, you need a power supply with an 8pin auxillary cable.
Mr T wrote:List out what your system comprises of... The bigger the video card, the more power you need, the more hard drives, the more power required and so on..... And while you are thinking about, forget the cheapo brands, look at Corsair, OCZ, Antec etc, ie a decently branded one.. They have good warranty and are good steady PSU's which will last you for adding new stuff in future upgrades...
evasive wrote:12KUANG JIN ENTERPRISE CO.,LTD capacitors in that Atrix power supply. Time to get yet another and now a decent-branded power supply. The caps have rested long enough to recover a bit but they are bad and will catastrophically fail at some point.
What was the brand and model on that 720W power supply? I suspect it was cheap and it may have been downright nasty built...
This is regarding the 720w version.
My offering certainly was silent... after the crackling from inside when first switched on.
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