Question Same output Wattage, but different number of +12V rails

Apr 2, 2019
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Hi geek kids,

Can I take either of them to a GTX560 for example?

I bring a GIGABYTE 720 with quad +12V rail with 18A each which outputs a total energy of over 500W on it
https://www.gigabyte.com/Power-Supply/GE-P720A-C2#sp

and a Cooler Master 600 with single rail +12V with over 500W on it too
https://www.wootware.co.za/coolermaster-rs600-acabb1-b600-ver-2-600w-80-plus-85-certified-desktop-power-supply.html

or I have another situation:

A CoolerMaster 350 with single +12V rail with 22A outputting 275W and a CoolerMaster 400 with dual +12V rail with 16A each outputting also 275W

So, same output Watts in the +12v rail but different number of rails.

a) The both GIGABYTE and CoolerMaster 400 with multiple rails do correspond to the same as the ones with single rail?

Thank you.
 
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