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 how to connect my chromebook laptop to rf modulator that is connected to GE tv Forum RF Video Modulator Forum Need help for modulator cable Forum Question about Bitspower X-Station Multi-PSU Active Module Forum RF modulator to take SVideo or Composite output and modula.. Forum cable modulator? Forum rf modulator Forum I7, hd 4890, antec truepower moduler new psu question? Forum BEST PSU 4 SFF small 6" module thermal take sff Forum Moduler Cable PSU Question - ASUS - CMPSU-620HX Forum SolvedRAM module exposed? Forum SolvedBIOS sees both modules but only 4GB Forum Solvedmemory problem - dell xps 420 will not start tells me “Memory modules detected but a memory failure has occurred”. Forum SolvedCoarsair Dominator RAM memory module missing logo Forum SolvedRam module size mixing Forum Solvedis it possible to use memory module 8GB 2X 4GB DDR3 on Notebook Satellite M505D-S4930 that shipped with 4GB DDR2 800MHz ? Forum Solvedpls suggest me a decent ram module Forum SolvedMax RAM Density per module Forum SolvedWhat CAS settings/Speed should I expect to reasonably achieve with recent DDR3 modules? Forum SolvedMaximum DDR3 module size? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !