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    COMPUTEX 2007: HIS's External Power Supply A Perfect 10 For Radeon HD 2900 XT

    The HIS PowerUp! 400W 'booster' fits into a spare 5.25in bay and provides additional 12V power to power-hungry graphics cards.

    Discover more in this Computex 2007 Headline.

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    Interesting, but it must be better to have a quality main PSU powering the whole system.

    Plus I can see why HIS want to get into the PSU market, with the massive amounts of money now apparently available, but they should have begun at the 650-750W area. 1200W, if we are talking about a quality PSU that can supply that amount, is pointless for 99.999% of users. My own PSU is totally overkill at 750W.

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