|21 Nov 2010||#3|
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I get 486 watts from the eXtreme PSU Calc and 713 from the Newegg one for my system.
i7 870, 2x4GB DDR3, ATI HD5850, 8 7200rpm drives, 1 5400rpm Drive, 1 LG Blu-Ray/HD-DVD/DVD-RW drive, 2 90mm fans, 2 120mm fans.
My setup currently runs with an Antec 650watt True Power Trio.
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