yes, i realized that i shouldn't have pulled the info from a psu company's website, but still. kenny, i think you're trying to fight me instead of contributing to the guide lol. i didn't understand half the stuff you said lol. i'm just a kid that wrote this guide in hopes that it helps people, i'm going to let you guys fill in the technical stuff, but it would help if you backed up what you're saying with some evidence that way i can put it up without being being criticized the way you're crticizing me. i'll try and read this tommorow with a fresher mind, but if i understsand correctly, with multi rail psu's, its capped so that theres a limited number of amps going through each wire or "rail". so once you're rail is being used at full capacity (say 18a) you cant put more, whereas in a single rail, the device can draw more then 18a because theres no cap to limit it, thats greater stablility, and since theres 18a going to the rail with the cpu and the cpu is using 8a, what happens to the other 10a? you cant reroute that cause the other rails already have 18a. okay, i'm very very drowsy so yeah sorry if i sound a lil drunk, i'll try figuring out everything tommorow, good night.
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