Posted 07 May 2007 - 04:59 AM
What you want to look at is the 348W, which is the combined output of the 12V rails. 348W/12V=29A. So yes you have 29 A to deal with. You need to be careful because often the combined output is less than what you get if you just add them together.
I reccommend getting a high-qulaity power supply from one of these makers: CoolerMaster, Enermax, Fortron Source (FSP Group), OCZ, PC Power & Cooling, SeaSonic, Silverstone, Sparkle, Tagan, Vantec, Verax or Zalman.
Another thing good to know is that the 22 A is an estimated requirement. The card itself doesn't eat 22 A of the 12 V rail, but there are a bunch of other stuff in the computer which also uses 12 V power so they guesstimated how much power all this stuff would need.
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