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     CeBIT: 1200 Watts what for?
      Posted on 17/03/2007 at 01:10 by Marc
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    After Enermax and their computer requiring 1000 watts, Thermaltake has built up a configuration to show the capacities of their 1,200 watts power supply. This configuration requires 1,105 watts… the only problem is that only 605.5 watts are really used by the computer and the remaining 500 watts are by the amplifier and the speakers… but who does connect these devices to its computer? We could justify 2,500 Watts power supplies by connecting a deep fryer, but it isn't the point…


    On the side of this demonstration, the manufacturer presented their 1,500 watts power supply and a model specific to graphic cards providing 650 watts (we don’t really see the point of this one too). Unlike the 450 watts models released by TT but also Fortron and fitting in 5"1/4 bays this one requires two bays.



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