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I need more exact thoughts on this. I have narrowed it down, but wanted the advice of true GTG pro's.

What Power Supply would be best for an 8800GTS 320mb that requires 30amps on a 12v rail. Money is no issue. I just wanted your picks. All other components are going to be pretty hefty, but will not be going SLI with this. Thanks.


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Hello Opt,

I am running the following power supply on HIS 1950 pro. Apevia 680 watt 46 amp. This is a very well built powersupply and very good price. I have alot of extras attached to my rig also. Very high quality components. My other recommendation would be this Silverstone. Both are high quality power supplies, the Silverstone runs about $60 more and puts out 54 amps on the 12v rail. I would lean towards the Silverstone just to have the extra power if ever needed in a future build. Silverstone has a reputation as a true workhorse.

Edited by jtscustomcomputers, 31 October 2007 - 04:59 AM.

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Wow thanks for your response, that is cool.
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