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Old 1st March 2006, 13:08   #1
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Power Supply Maker Talks Power Supply for Graphics Cards

Power consumption of modern graphics processing units (GPUs) have been rising consistently in the recent decade and has now reached about 120W per graphics card. In a bid to provide overclockers and owners of low-performance power supplies with opportunity to use high-end latest graphics cards, power supply manufacturer FSP is planning to unveil a special power supply designed to feed only graphics cards.
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