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Enermax 370W

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  1. mp91 New Member

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    recently i bought Enermax NoiseTaker V1.3 370W P-VE SFMA.
    i thought that the 2 Seperate Railles will got one 18A and the second 17A like the regular:http://www.enermax.com.tw/english/product_Display1.asp?PrID=18 but i got in one 13A and in another 14A.
    than i saw that it doesnt like the regular 370W (EG375P-VE)
    http://www.enermax.com.tw/english/product_Display1.asp?PrID=18

    its the weakened Verision(EG375P-VE SFMA)
    http://www.cluboverclocker.com/reviews/power/enermax/eg375p-ve/2.htm

    Does it matter the diffrence? and does is infulence in OVer Cloock?
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  2. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    You should get the more A's in your PSU as you can afford, especially in the 12v rail, wich is the rest of the system specs.
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    k tnx.
    Does it matter the diffrence? and does is infulence in overclocking?
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    Depend, on your configuration, but if you have a new pc it will probabily not
    Wich are the sys. specs
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    MSI 915G COMBO
    Intel p 4 3.0 530
    MSI X600XT
    Samsung sata 80GB
    ceno ddr 512

    ENERMAX NOISE TAKER 370W
    i know that the PSU will keep my pc good. but if i would OVERclock ? and i am planing to buy new VGA card like X1800XT
    and memory sticks.
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    You should upgrade your psu...

    OCing needs stable +12V PSU that didnt fluctuate too much...

    for Overclocking, Antec or OCZ... for SLI and crossfire +12V min. 28A (14A each,for dual

    rail)

    check your voltage first for your OCing safety...
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    its true..

    X1800XT + Overclocking @ the weakened Verision(EG375P-VE SFMA)

    Enermax 370W .... I dont think so..

    but still,,its just me..
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    ok ty guys. i did a mistake that i bought that PSU because if i shall upgrade my pc i have to buy a new one.
    what u mean? how can i check it?
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    You could get the Enermax Liberty 620w or if you have the cash the Enermax Galaxy (5 12v rails with ample ampage (hahahaha)) and 1000w of power. Will probably be a good bit cheaper than PC Power Cooling and Turbo (another great buy, but too damn long for most cases) 1kw jobbie. There is another 1kw out from FSP group???.

    But yeah, anyways the enermax liberty 620w is sli certified (shouldnt be a problem for crossfire either, though it may have the crossfire moniker on it) modular so its less clutter and really a great psu. In fact, my next psu upgrade will probably be the enermax liberty 620w.

    Just my 2 cents worth though.

    JCJ

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