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Dec 29, 2015 5:48PM PST

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Clarification Request
Why start a new thread?
Dec 29, 2015 6:04PM PST
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Dec 29, 2015 6:37PM PST

Some dudes telling me that my power supply's multi railed, some other dudes telling me I have a single railed unit. And my question really hasn't been answered.

Is my PSU multi railed or single railed?

If it's multi railed then what do I have to do to ensure I do not over load a rail and destroy my PC?
Someone on this forum told me I had to be careful what I plugged in if I Had a multi railed unit.

This is my PSU

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Refer to "Ahh"
Dec 29, 2015 6:49PM PST
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I think you will probably be ok with this PSU.
Dec 29, 2015 10:36PM PST

Not double as Robert suggest but you are close. The video card is rated 145w. and your rail is 240w. Maybe I should say I hope you be ok. Good luck.

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It's multi-rail.
Dec 29, 2015 6:55PM PST

Shame they made the web pages hard to decode.

I don't know if I should add to the confusion but it is a quad rail from the EVGA site specs.

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One more question before I build this thing
Dec 30, 2015 9:46AM PST

Like the guy said up above my GPU is an MSI gtx 970 pretty sure gaming addition. My cpu is a Intel i7-5820k, and mother board is sabertooth x99. Will these rails be able to support my equipment.

Last but not least is there any difference between a multi rail PSU than a singled railed PSU in the sense of wires? Like is there more holes to put wires into? Or is it just like the single rail set up?

If you could answer these questions It would greatly appreciated.


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Dec 30, 2015 10:20AM PST

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