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    Arrow FSP [former Inwin] 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system

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    Default Re: FSP [former Inwin] 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system

    how many days have u used it ? . . .

    ---------- Post added at 13:46 ---------- Previous post was at 13:41 ----------

    and there are 4 version of this PSU . . please mention the exact model no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman™ View Post
    FSP [former Inwin 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system
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    Price - 4800tk

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    600w er 1ta psu te kibhabe(12v18a x4) 18x4=72ampere thake..?!...:S
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    Default Re: FSP [former Inwin] 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    600w er 1ta psu te kibhabe(12v18a x4) 18x4=72ampere thake..?!...:S
    combined only 576/12= 48A so not a big deal actually.
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    Default Re: FSP [former Inwin] 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    600w er 1ta psu te kibhabe(12v18a x4) 18x4=72ampere thake..?!...:S
    eibhabe sum kora jai na. these rails can pull 18A max each. not simultaneously.

    You calculate real 12v amp from amx 12v wattage. I=P/V. Hence I=576/12=48A
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    Default Re: FSP [former Inwin] 600W PSU from Dell XPS™ gaming system

    product sold... mod pls close this thread
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