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August 11, 2010 10:16:46 PM

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August 11, 2010 10:17:58 PM

it will run without lag

why do you need a 1600W psu?
August 11, 2010 10:19:35 PM

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August 11, 2010 10:22:05 PM

toxicz0mg said:
how well will this cpu AMD Phenom X4 9550 work with mw2 (i mean will it perform without lag)...6gb ram
windows 7 ultimate x32 bit
mobo:gigabyte ga-m56s-s3
psu:D unno the brand 1600w...
graphic card: still to decide (ati hd sapphire 5970 96%)

internet connection....37mb download 0.25 up

A normal wall socket doesn't even provide 1600W :heink:  it's only able to do about 1200W. That processor is going to bottleneck the 5970 in that game(in many games it will), but you shouldn't be laggy in that game.
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August 11, 2010 10:26:15 PM

Are you building a rig or is this from an older rig that you're upgrading?

That internet connection is a little high too(except the upload which is puny :lol:  ) unless you use that much bandwidth there is almost no point in keeping it :heink:  .
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August 11, 2010 10:36:31 PM

Haserath said:
A normal wall socket doesn't even provide 1600W :heink:  it's only able to do about 1200W. That processor is going to bottleneck the 5970 in that game(in many games it will), but you shouldn't be laggy in that game.


??? Source please ??? :heink: 


From what i know, there is no limit to the amount of wattage that can come from a wall outlet. Just the amount of amps running though the circuit breaker and the voltage that come into the house which will equall the total wattage of the entire electrical circuit.

http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity/maxload.html

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August 11, 2010 10:51:53 PM

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So for 15-amp breaker, you can't draw more than 12 amps from the circuit for more than three hours, or 1440 watts (12A x 120V).

http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity/maxload.html
Sorry, I guess it's a little more than that(with a 15-amp breaker, which might be what he has), I just meant that the socket, which is on only one circuit, will provide that much. So continuous use of the full 1600W might overload the circuit he's on, thus cutting off the power to his comp.
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August 12, 2010 1:03:44 AM

Its dependant on the actual outlet itself. Most are wired to a 20a breaker, some to 15a, but unless its an isolated/dedicated circuit, like in your kitchen, it will be shared by several other plugs. Wall plugs come in 10, 15, and 20a models (15 being the most common) and typically will melt and perhaps start a fire if overheated for too long.
August 14, 2010 8:18:36 PM

Haserath said:
A normal wall socket doesn't even provide 1600W :heink:  it's only able to do about 1200W. That processor is going to bottleneck the 5970 in that game(in many games it will), but you shouldn't be laggy in that game.


http://www.xoxide.com/ultra-x3-1600w-psu.html

what ya say? there are many 1600w psu's pshzzzh
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