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 07/31/2014 10:36 PM
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Sydneyblue
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can your power supply bottle neck your cpu ?



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no.

 



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Originally posted by: Sydneyblue can your power supply bottle neck your cpu ?

 

generally not but exxtreme overclocking can gobble a lot of extra power

I urge all to get at least 650W so that there is enough power for gaming video cards and aoverclocking



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