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Thermaltake Toughpower 850w - Thermaltake Toughpower 850w
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This 850 watt power supply may not seem all that extreme, with so many 1000w plus units cropping up, however we have found that for the time being 600 watts is really the sweet spot for gaming systems. In fact, our quad-core, SLI, RAID0 gaming system used for testing power supplies only uses 530 watts under maximum load. So while this might be a little much for a 600 watt unit to deal with all the time, good quality 700 ~ 850 watt units will handle this kind of load with ease. However, 850w is boarder line, if you will, for such a system, though if you plan to do some serious overclocking the extra juice could come in handy.
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