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    Is there any software that can tell me how much of my psu I am using?
    looked around and didnt see anyhting right off, any suggestions?
    thanks
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    Psud 2


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    WinXP has this feature built-in. Open the task manager(control+alt+del)) Click the performance tab.

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    Originally posted by harrycary@1 April 2004 - 20:52
    WinXP has this feature built-in. Open the task manager(control+alt+del)) Click the performance tab.
    I think that's CPU usage, not PSU usage....

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    Thanks Bulio
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    What is my "mains frequency", where would I find out that?
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  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    I wanted to know the same thing
    i got the program bulio suggested but it's quite confusing
    does anyone know how to work it? or is there a simpler one i could use?

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    That program just simulates a PSU, so that you will know how to build one. But that program is really confusing.

    There is no way through software to see how much of your PSU is being used, because there is no sensor in the PSU that tells you it...

    But you can make an estimate using this calculator program someone posted in hardware world, i will go dig it up for ya!

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    aight, thanks rossco bud!
    appreciate that
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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    Originally posted by kaiweiler@1 April 2004 - 21:21
    aight, thanks rossco bud!
    appreciate that
    Well I couldn't find that post, but here is a website I found searching google. here it is it isnt that accurate but still gives you a good idea. If you search google a bit I'm sure you can find a better one

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    hmmm, google again but psud2 was the only pro that I could ifnd. Sorry man

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