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Silverstone Intros 1kW Olympia PSU

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    Silverstone recently introduced another performance enthusiast oriented power supply, the Olympia OP1000. The OP1000 is ideal for high-end industrial server PCs and future multi-core CPU and GPU systems. Reaching the 1000 continuous power output rated up to 50'C, this power supply unit(PSU) has intelligent fan controller for quiet operation(25 dBA @300W or below, 42dBA@ 1000W), a massive single 80A(88A peak) +12V rail and 1100W peak power output. The Olympia OP1000 features 4x PCI-E 6pin connectors, dual 8pin connectors, six Serial ATA connectors, Active PFC and support for ATX 12V 2.2 & EPS 12V. For more information, please click here.

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    MMMMM, power supply. Sounds yummy to me. 80 friggin amps, wow. $344 on the egg right now. One thing tho, I wish they would get away from using the 80mm fans. 42dBA is just too much.
     
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    wow, thats a lot of power
     
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    Go ahead on the race with the Air Con for the most power consuming unit in the house!
     
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    Purty. Id like to take 5 of these 1000w (PC Power&cooling, Enermax Liberty, OCZ, Silverstar and the other 1000w and mix them together for a 5000w) and have one bitchin psu
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    you would blow the circuit breaker in the house :roll:
     
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    That will certainly blow that 13A fuse in the plug first....
     
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    Not to mention you may fry yourself literally.
     
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    Look at it this way, you would have both a computer power supply, and a space heater, all-in-one. lol
     
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    you can buy 1.5kw psu...but usually for servers only.
     
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