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Helpful Tools : Power supply calculator, CPU Overclock calculator, Water flow designer

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dO_ob

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If anyone is having trouble calculating how much power they need for their next build you can use this website as a guide :)

The site also has a quick flow guide which can help you map out your water loop!

 

http://extreme.outer...n.com/index.jsp


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CareFactorOver9000

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thanks man, just what im looking for



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Tte Martin

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Thanks, I found out that I am probably using a PSU that is waaay too big for my system ^^

Better be safe than sorry, I guess...


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Tt Andy

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Wow, i'm just under 972W it says but i guess that's not 24/7


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PC 1 - (Gaming Rig) Intel core i5 4670k @ 4.7ghz / Powercolor 280x x 3 in Tri-fire / Asrock Extreme6 z87 / G.SKILL ARES 2133MHz 16GB 

 

PC 2 - (Retired Mining Rig) - AMD Phenom II 965 BE @ 4.2ghz / 5 x Sapphire Tri-X 290 / Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 / Corsair Dominator 8GB 1600MHz 

 


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I paid the $9 USD for a lifetime sub to the PSU calculator.  It's a great tool when building systems *AND* when troubleshooting other people's systems....


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I am I.


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Tt Luis

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this is very helpful. THX






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