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Old 28th July 2004, 13:50   #11
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Just take big resistance
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I'll soon have a dual Volari V8, needs a lo of juice
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Old 28th July 2004, 15:48   #13
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more then 6800Ultra?
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Old 28th July 2004, 15:58   #14
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Hook up a 226W pelt, should have ~19A@12V :grin:
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I'll soon have a dual Volari V8, needs a lo of juice
Watcha gonna do with a Volari? need some extra fans in your case?
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I had a 172Watt pelt, tried to aircool it, this was the result, sorry for the dutch, it was during a test a while back...

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--SP94--
-coldplate-
-172watt pelt-
-coldplate-
--P4 2.4C--

Booten in BIOS. Na 15seconden temp van CPU is 16°C en blijft dalen (room temp is 22°C)

maar er komt HETE lucht uit PSU.. en een hete geur van metaal/plastiek dat niet meer meekan komt er vrij.

Powered down the system.

ga een dedicated PSU moeten gebruiken voor pelt vrees ik, + ga ik die waterchill met die pelt combineren.. de SP-94 was heet na die 15seconden...

172watt + 120watt van CPU = a lot
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Old 28th July 2004, 18:01   #17
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Maybe 226 is a bit too much . But an 80 watter can easely run on the second 12V rail.
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If the first rail can handle all the rest .
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