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Power Supply

Is my PSU capacity up to the task. by SYAR2003
Posted: 10 Nov 03 (Edited 11 Nov 03)

Many that posts different problems with sporadic boots
freezes etc. people in the forum often asks the
capacity on PSU's .

To get a pointer if you are overloading your PSU or not
some clever people have web based calculators to use.

Theese are not 110% accurate but might provide you
with power consumption data that gives you a poniter if
you are under or near or over the limit of what your psu
delivers.

Link:
http://www.jscustompcs.com/power_supply/

http://www.challenge-my.com/goopsulator/


SYAR

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