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Old 10-24-2008, 02:35 AM   #11
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That would be an awesome power supply!
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Old 10-24-2008, 03:04 AM   #12
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thats probably the sickest psu ive ever seen
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Old 10-24-2008, 11:24 AM   #13
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Okay guys...put your wankers away and settle down.....

How many people have a 220v line in their computer room? Show of hands???

You'd have to move your pc down to the basement next to your dryer.. /thread.

and BTW, yes I did read that it uses 110v or 220v......
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Hmm.. Mine is 230v, actually.
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Your electricity bill would be the same, because your computer would still use the same amount of electricity
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LOL! I Wonder how much your electricity bill would be after using that bad boy for a month??
Too much!
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Okay guys...put your wankers away and settle down.....

How many people have a 220v line in their computer room? Show of hands???

You'd have to move your pc down to the basement next to your dryer.. /thread.

and BTW, yes I did read that it uses 110v or 220v......
Depends where you live.. I'd run a 220 if I had a computer that'd use THAT much power. My dad would just make me pay for the electrician to come and do it, lol.
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Depends where you live.. I'd run a 220 if I had a computer that'd use THAT much power. My dad would just make me pay for the electrician to come and do it, lol.
I actually do have a 220v line in the room I'm in now, it's connected to an electric heater that is mounted on the wall though. It would be nothing to splice into it and put an outlet on the wall. It would be completely pointless to do that though, who would need that much power in their pc anyway?? Thats something to buy just to say you have it, it's not practical.
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liquid cooled PSU, I mean that’s just sounds gangrenous!!! lol

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