PSU Modulator Tags: Power Supplies Power Components Last response: January 24, 2013 5:23 PM in Components Share TheCursed_Donkey January 24, 2013 5:08:06 PM When a psu has the function; Modulator, does it mean that if i have a 1000w PSU it only use the needed power? Because if not, 1000w would be a lot on the EL-bill... More about : psu modulator TheGreatHoylando January 24, 2013 5:23:04 PM No it won't use 1000W aqll of the time, that'd damage your system. The PSU will only draw as much power as the PC needs. So even if you had a 1000W PSU, but your PC was only using 350W, the PSU would only draw 350W. Helps with bills Regards, Dan. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumQuestion about Bitspower X-Station Multi- PSU Active Module ForumI7, hd 4890, antec truepower moduler new psu question? ForumModuler Cable PSU Question - ASUS - CMPSU-620HX Forum1 of 2 (2x8GB) Memory Modules Not Working ForumBEST PSU 4 SFF small 6" module thermal take sff Forum620W PSU Trips breaker ForumRAM Shorting the PSU ? ForumWill my 9 yr old psu run this new setup? ForumKernal power 41 BSOD's PSU or faulty motherboard? ForumWhat RAM and how many modules? ForumNew component - New PSU ? ForumWill this PSU work with my current and future build? ForumLow wattage PSU ? ForumPlease recommend psu ForumMy PSU Horror Story ForumNew PSU possibly short-circuited my mobo ForumHow much wattage? Help with PSU for new build ForumBrought new motherboard, new PSU and stuck in POST screen ForumWill Corsair PSU work with non-sinwave (square wave) UPS ? ForumWhere can I find a good mechanical keyboard? More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !