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Anyone know of a good website that properly calculates the required wattages
based on my components?
 

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Rodger Carson wrote:
> Anyone know of a good website that properly calculates the required wattages
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http://www.adecy.com/psu/
 
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As cheep as they are just get a big honker.

"Rodger Carson" <rodger@email.com> wrote in message
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> Anyone know of a good website that properly calculates the required
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Nick Burns wrote:
> As cheep as they are just get a big honker.
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> "Rodger Carson" <rodger@email.com> wrote in message
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>>Anyone know of a good website that properly calculates the required
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> wattages
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>>based on my components?
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I think I paid about $50.00US for a 480watt PS
 
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http://takaman.jp/D/?english


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> based on my components?
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