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    Is vision 600 watt power supply good enough to run 7970 vaporx , amd fx 8120, cooler master v8 cpu cooler, 16gb 1600 MHz Ram, 3 asing fan altogether?
    If not then anybody willing to sell a psu within the range of 6K ?

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    I know the PSU isn't renowned but could you please give us the specs like the ratings and stuff? It's hard to tell with such a vague description of it.

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    native cable: 20+4 pin motherboard connector *1 ,4+4 pin cpu+12v connector *1
    Modular cable : (pci-e 6 pin,pci-e 6+2 pin)*1,SATA x 3 *2,(peripheral x 3,FDD x 1)*2
    Type:Intel Form Factor ATX12v V2.3
    Active pfc
    i/p voltage : 90-264 V
    i/p current : 10-3A @ 90- 240 Ac voltage
    i/p frequency : 47-63 HZ
    Fan :135 mm fan
    power good signal : 100-500 ms
    hold up time > 1ms
    efficiency >80% typically
    MTBF > 100000 hours
    protection OVP/OCP/OPP/SCP/OTP
    OPERATION TEMP : 0- 40 degree celcius
    safety : Nemko/CE/GOST/C-tick/TUV

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    you need to post what's the amp in the +12v rail ...

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    +3.3 -> 24 Ampere
    + 5 -> 24 A
    +12V -> 20A
    +12V -> 20A
    -12V -> 0.5A
    +5Vsb -> 2.5 A

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    I'm assuming there are 2 +12V rails, and you have about 34A in that 12V rail in total. It's total output should be in the 500 to 550W range. Not a good choice for the components you have chosen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    I'm assuming there are 2 +12V rails, and you have about 34A in that 12V rail in total.
    I seriously dont think like that. My assumption its about 25-28A max.

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    so what psu should i choose to run them perfectly?? :/

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    To both @Overlord and @VANGUARD keep your personal discussion away from public threads.

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    @ALL keep your posts related to the thread title. I won't repeat this again!

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