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    COMPUTEX 2007: ENERMAX Powers 18 Drives, 4 CPU Cores & Lots More Off 720W PSU

    ENERMAX had its INFINITI 720W model running a box that included two Xeon 5130s, a SUPERMICRO X7DA8 motherboard, 2GiB FB DIMMs, a Promise RAID controller and 18 (yes, 18) 250GB hard drives. It's not a typical scenario, granted, but highlights just what an efficient PSU can power.

    Discover more in this Computex 2007 Headline.
    Last edited by Bob Crabtree; 05-06-2007 at 02:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarinder
    Similarly, the same PSU, replete with a couple of 6+2 PCIe connectors, powered a rig containing a pair of CrossFired Radeon HD 2900 XTs, 2GiB RAM, an Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 CPU and six SATA hard drives. We'd imagine most high-quality 700W PSUs would have no problem, either. Point is, investing in a decent PSU always makes sense and most folk don't need 1000W+ models. Think before you buy.

    The Infiniti is helped by the fact that it has 257 molex and SATA connectors (and the Galaxy models even more).

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