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Old 11-23-08, 12:26 AM   #10
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Default Re: Going Tri-SLI Soon...Which Power Supply should I get for my HP BlackBird?

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Originally Posted by Uberpwnage View Post
I've have one, it's been very solid so far. As far as tri-SLI, I'm sure it's fine from a quality stand point but you might need to get another 6+8pin PCI-E connector. Mine only came with two, but fortunately I had one left over from my old Silverstone 850w.
So you've had this exact same PSU? The SilverStone Zeus ZM1200M 1200Watt Modular PSU? Silverstone's website claims it supports tri-SLI right out of the box. Would you please review the product page to check and see?
I think it does but having a second opinion on this PSU would be great here's the link: http://www.silverstonetek.com/produc...=zm1200m&area= Thank you!
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