What would be the better of the two ? performance wise

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  1. Posts : 398
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       #21

    Ivan the SoSo said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    TonyTiger2004 said:

    Ive had to do that many times, always a good idea to have atleast a couple good computers around :) for that reason alone
    well at the end of the day the old build will be my wife's anyway her soul domain is the upstairs tv while i game in our room i call my cave lol
    Due to our increasing family I have been moved to the utility/wash room......

    Ouch!! least if you need to wash clothes you can maintain them while computing :)
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  2. Posts : 7,470
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       #22

    atleast you are alone in solitude lol
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  3. Posts : 398
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       #23

    Solarstarshines said:
    atleast you are alone in solitude lol

    Ya with the washer and dryer chatting away at him lol
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       #24

    TonyTiger2004 said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    atleast you are alone in solitude lol

    Ya with the washer and dryer chatting away at him lol

    Oh it gets even better...over/behind me is a clothes rack...with my clothes of course....
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  5. Posts : 398
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       #25

    Ivan the SoSo said:
    TonyTiger2004 said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    atleast you are alone in solitude lol

    Ya with the washer and dryer chatting away at him lol

    Oh it gets even better...over/behind me is a clothes rack...with my clothes of course....

    Good for your picture session, need to update your photos on facebook? now you got a nice line of clothing to choose from right near your computer :)
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       #26

    This is a pic of my PSU with my current card set up im wonder adding that 125 vlt chip will impact this psu OutletPC.com - Coolmax V-600 600 Watt 20+4-pin PCIe ATX Power Supply - 600W
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  7. Posts : 398
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       #27

    You would probably be alright, But if it where me i would get something alittle better. Alot of PSU like that one are rated lower then say an antec or thermaltake. you can always check your current power with a multi meter to determine if its droping any. Best way to figure out how good it is or if its failing at all.
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  8. Posts : 7,470
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       #28

    actually it has been pretty sturdy as of yet and when i put the 6870 in felt like it didnt miss a beat
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  9. Posts : 398
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       #29

    Well chances are you may be just fine :) I think i seen it has 3 independent 12v Rails. If that is true u will be fine.
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  10. Posts : 7,470
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       #30

    sweetness it does i was looking over my box again but the ampage for 2 are 18 amps the 3rd is 15 i was checking out it is better to have higher ampage on the rails if i am correct
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