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Huntkey Announces X7 Series 1200W Power Supply

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Aug 25, 2010.

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    not air bud ;)
     
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    that 80% doesn't mean it's only capable of putting out up to 80% of that rail, it means of the power it takes the PSU to keep the PC running 20% of it is consumed/wasted. I guess it's actually using 120% of what the PC really needs.
     
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    I'd really like to hear what you guys think of Huntkeys, because my friends have a couple, but haven't been able to judge how good they are.
    From what I know, they are quite competitively priced, but I'm not sure in the way of quality.
    Comments?
     
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    The Huntkey is also the Rocketfish brand for Best Buy. I do know that their 900 Watt version of a PSU isn't a bad. I own one because Best Buy had a sale where they reduced the price from $159.00 to $129.00. It's a Silver Plus certified PSU:toast:. I just finished a build a couple of months ago and it powers an i7 930 OC to 4.1 GHZ on a GIgabyte X58-UD3R MoBo -stable for 6 hours using Prime95, Corsair H50, 6GB of OCZ 1600 DDR3 RAM, two HIS 5870s CF, two cold cathodes, (2) 240mm fans, (4) 120m fans, NZXT Fan Controller, and an ASUS DVD player.
     

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