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Antec True Power 330w - FrostyTech.com Antec True Power 330w
Thu Dec 12, 2002 | 11:39A| PermaLink
"In most ordinary PSU the 3.3v rail is just a run off a 5v feed. The problem this design gives is that if you have lots of 5v devices, this will effect the 3.3v devices e.g. you have a board full of PCI sucking like vampires on the 5v, then the poor CPU 3.3v line is going to feel a little anemic, possibly leading to instability. Antec is unusual in that it separates the 3.3v and 5v feeds from each other, this will help keep your system stable until you exceed the total PSU capacity (310w, don’t ask me). And this is what Antec mean by TruePower, the various feeds do not interfere with each other, therefore you should be able to draw the maximum limit from each DC line in relative safety
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