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Sunday, 27 May 2007 08:40

ASUS P5NT WS review - 9 power-consumption

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review:
Our second nForce 650i SLI motherboard in our lab.



Power-Consumption:
Using the ASUS P5NT WS gives you a power penalty of some watts, especially when you will overclock higher. Also the "Southbridge" which is defacto a single-chip chipset will add to the penalty. Of course the consumption will vary if you use other equipment.

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