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Originally Posted by zoot2bootsame thing in australia... which probably means ati is making quite a bit more than nvidia on a per card basis.
With all of this in mind, it’s no surprise that AMD hasn’t changed the way power is delivered to the card. 75W of the board’s power is supplied via the PCI-Express interconnect (there’s no support for 150W power draws through the socket on PCIe 2.0 boards) in order to retain backwards compatibility with older motherboards
Originally Posted by leexgxwas quite sure as some users was overclocking there 3870 cards and could get more by setting the option in bios on amd based boards that suported the setting to givemore power down the PCI-e slot (you can even pick witch slot gets more power)
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