I currently have a Zalman ZM600-HP with my current system it is more then adequate, however with a new system coming up I am most worried about the requirements of my new gpu (AMD radeon 6950). It requires two 75W 6 pin PCI Express connectors which it sort of has (it's an sli ready psu with 2 6pin pci express connectors) however what about watts I just can't seem to figure out if it is has enough (not that great with the electrical side of things).
I have faith in the amount of total wattage my problem lies in the 75watt per pci express connecter. I don't know if it has that and the zalman site doesn't give me any answers either.
I would think it should provide enough but it's not something I want to risk my 260bucks gfx card on. I already fried 1 gfx card before because I was being ill advised and I'm trying to avoide a repeat.
You have 4 12 volt rails capable of 16 amps each, meaning each rail (including the PCI-Express connecters) is capable of 192 watts but the max total for all 4 of the 12v rails is 504 watts. Which is more than is needed by your graphics card.
(The PCI-Express connecters are on the 12v rails, which is listed in that link)