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Old 05-09-2006, 11:46 PM   #1
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Name: Enermax Whisper II 460 Watts
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Old 05-10-2006, 07:27 AM   #3
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Curious, how did you measure/compute the power consumed?
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Curious, how did you measure/compute the power consumed?
with that program...the only that that isnt stable is the vcore.. it goes from 1.25V to 1.33V
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this is mine, i dont no if its gd bad or wot lol

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this is mine, i dont no if its gd bad or wot lol

bad, on the 12V. you have cheap psu?
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it come with the case.

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You should get a new one, cheap thing can't even keep 12v.

Raidmax makes cheap power supplies.
Toss it out and go buy an enermax or coolermaster or SOMETHING.. should NEVER rely on those cheap stock PSUs.
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any good?

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any good?

yea it seams fine
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stock case power supply. lol
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okay, this is ALL wrong. I would NEVER trust software for my exact rail voltages. I would use a DMM. I would only use software to track flucuation in the rails, and thats it. For all i care, the software could say that my psu overvolts on the 12V rail giving me 12.4V, but in reality, it could really be 11.8V. There is a HUGE difference between a DMM and software.
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well i dont have a screenshot but i do have the box that has the ratings

Max Output:500 watts total

Rail Max Min
+5v 35A 0.5A
+12v1 17A 1A
+12v2 19A 1A
+3.3v 32A 0.5A
-12v 0.3A 0A
+5vsb 2A 0A

got a question thought is that enough to run dual 7600gts?
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One program read my 12v line being 12.7, where this one reads 12.19. The bios also read it as 12.19, so I think it's fine.
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