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daniel blasco Feb 15, 2005, 09:46am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi everybody out there and specially who put this FAQ together, big applause to you, anyway here is my situation, I am gathering all my components to build this sli system, so far I got the board A8N-SLI DELUXE, and I got the PS by Enermax, Model EG565P-VE total power 535w, PMODEL 90V, 135V OR 180V,265V
DC Output
+5v 32A
+12v1 18A
+12v2 18A
+12vtotal 34A
-12v 0.8A
+5vsb 2.5A
Myquestion is since you guys havent test this one what do you think according to the specs, please let me know, and Second and final ....for now ! I am about to get the hard drives and I was thinking of getting two 15000 RPM SCSI, what do you think should I get them or no, Can't wait for your answer. Thank you again.



Daniel B


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Josh Feb 15, 2005, 03:30pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: Scalable Link Interface, is it all a S-L-IE?
Get the best that you can if you are going to do an SLI. I don't know if a 535W will be enough, depending on what cards you are going to put in. I would go with a 600W, and keep the comp as cool as you can, because the cooler the PSU, the more power you'll get out of it.

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Alex-E-C-396 Feb 15, 2005, 07:10pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: Scalable Link Interface, is it all a S-L-IE?
If you aree going to build an ULTRA TWEAK-OUT performance system you should get a 800W power supply and install two fans in the front of the case to draw in air and two fans in the rear to exhaust fan at the minnimum . You should also get three SCSI high speed(15,000RPM) HDs running in RAID 5. Have any of you thought about that type of HD performance?

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Rory Witham Feb 15, 2005, 07:48pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: Scalable Link Interface, is it all a S-L-IE?
should be OK, the 12V rails always look low the NEOpower offers about the same but thata 480W you could they the 600Watt one, I cant remeber who make it but they cost alot.... We are seeing some rev2 ATX PSU comming through maybe try looking at some of the thermaltake or thermalright ones, (which ever is the one im on about I cant remember) some on the site but not many.. I didnt put on the best ones, the pice is just a bit silly...

800Watts that nice.. look for Xeon PSU as they do the same job.. or perhaps reduntant PSUs for servers.


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