i need a strong powersupply

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i just did a PSU Calculator, it said that i need at least 693 watts!!!!... i am thinking the PC Power & Cooling SSI 850.

would this be good?
if not, suggestions..?
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What is in your system that requires that much power?
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FX55 Clawhammer
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You should be fine with anything over 550W.

Thermaltake has a nice 680W.
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http://www.extreme.outervision.com/index.jsp

i actually found a good one.
is the thermaltake SLi?

can you post a link.
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Ja mann...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6817153021
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huh? lol...
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Yes, it is SLI.
I edited my previous post with a link to the PSU on Newegg.
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mm.. is this good enough for your standards. because it is >70% efficiency
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Thermaltake is one of the number #1 PSU makers dude. Also heed the ">" symbol. depending on the amount of PFC you are guaranteed at least 70%. Besides the cleaner the power going in to the PSU the more efficient it will be.
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and do you know what has better airflow, the kandolf or the armor?
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Same case, just one has perdy doors.
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lol...seems like you are the only one that answers my questions. thanks :D

so SLi Certified doesnt matter?

i dont understand nVidia.
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Budget Cuts... Absolutely Positively No Work to Do. I'm waiting to hear on my application fro a new position. Same company, higher paygrade, bigger budget.
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IMHO, that was a very random post.
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Boredom plus an unlimited amount of caffiene yeild very random results.
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your job seems very interesting, it sounds like all you do is sit on your duff and surf forums, and get paid for it!!!. is this true?
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Hence why under "Job Description" I put "Cubicle Commando".

With all the COX2 being dropped off the market, budgets got cut hardcore. I am trying to get into Biomedical Engineering Infrastructure & Automation. That's where all the money gets funneled into.
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EDIT: DOUBLE POST
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http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_build.html

on the bottom there are SLi PSU's that are certified. would any of these be better?

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