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What kind of PSU do you have?

< 200W1 %1 %1 % 1.05 % (8)
200 - 250W3 %3 %3 % 3.42 % (26)
250 - 300W6 %6 %6 % 6.44 % (49)
300 - 350W20 %20 %20 % 20.50 % (156)
350 - 400W16 %16 %16 % 16.43 % (125)
400 - 450W20 %20 %20 % 20.89 % (159)
450 - 500W8 %8 %8 % 8.54 % (65)
More than 500W15 %15 %15 % 15.11 % (115)
I don't know7 %7 %7 % 7.62 % (58)

Total Votes: 761


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Re: What kind of PSU do you have?
by LSDsmurf (lsdsmurf@dvhardware.net) on Sunday, April 13 2003 @ 12:28:43 CEST

At the moment I'm using the Skyhawk 400W PSU, but I also got another 400W one from a cheap brand (but it doesn't work for 100%, the 12V line is WAY to high) and a 200W one from an old pc

Re: What kind of PSU do you have?
by Anonymous on Sunday, June 15 2003 @ 01:01:52 CEST

I have TT-520 Watt and its extremely powerful and makes my computer a hall of lot more stable.

Re: What kind of PSU do you have?
by Anonymous on Monday, July 21 2003 @ 00:00:00 CEST

I am using an Antec SL350 and have opted to place my vote in the 350-400W category (vs the 300-350 cat.). After searching several reviews about power supplies, I have learnded that a power supply's rating does not always indicate how it will perform. My SL350's preformance is outstanding and definitlely kicks out more than many 400W-rated PSUs.

  • Reply by LSDsmurf on Monday, July 21 2003 @ 07:39:31 CEST

    Yes some are not rated correctly, and stable voltage lines are also very important. Best way to check this for the 12V and 5V line is with a multimeter.


 

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