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Originally Posted by Gunsmithi bought this psu as it was the only one available at the time to supprt tri-sli and im sorry but i hate it with a passion, sure the specs are nice but its a bloody nightmare to work with and cable, the 8 to six pin pci-e adaptors are a joke and can turn any beutifully crafted machine into a ****ing rats nest.
i have mine up for sale if anyone wants it.
Originally Posted by naokajiThe only good products that have a Thermaltake label are the psu's because they are not made by them.
Shame about the heat though, especially outside of a case... I mean inside a Case the ambient temp will be much higher so its questionable if the psu would really hold up at 1,5kw load, but then as bit-tech proofed, no system pulls that much power anyway so it can be forgiven.
Originally Posted by Cupboardwow.
40a at 12v ~ 480W which is more than some power supplies produce as a whole!
Completely ott though
And which PSU manufacturers are paying Nvidia to only licence 1100W PSUs for 3-SLI? or maybe it is just to guard against rubbish makes
Originally Posted by Jojii3x9800? what kinda of resolution and frame rates did you get?
Originally Posted by BindibadgiQuote:Originally Posted by Jojii3x9800? what kinda of resolution and frame rates did you get?
Tim will have a full review shortly of this and Quad-SLI. I will also be covering it in more general depth in my upcoming 790i Ultra SLI article.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiHDD failures? That's not one I've had. Destroying my windows installation IS one it's done though. That and a whole number of other problems. I'll put it this way - how long as 790i been released and how long has our review taken? :S
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