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    Default G80 SLI Approved Power Supply list

    The following PSU's have been load tested with parameters suitable for 8800GTX SLI configurations:

    • PC Power and Cooling 1KW-Quad SLI (TC1kW4E) 1000W (to be phased out.)
    • PC Power and Cooling 1KW-SR 1000W
    • Zippy PSL-6850P(G1)-PCIE4 850W (available mid to late Nov. 2006)
    • Topower/ePower TOP-1000 1000W (available some time in Nov. 2006)
    • Etasis ET-850 850W
    • Etasis ET-750 750W
    • Tagan TG1100-U96 1100W
    • Cooler Master Real Power Pro 850W (RS-850-EMBA)
    The following PSU's have been "paper certified." In other words, the power distribution and number of PCI-e connectors (4 for G80 SLI) meet the criteria, but they have yet to have been tested:
    • Tagan TG900-U96 900W
    • Silverstone Zeus ST85ZF 850W
    All PSU's certified for 7950GX2 are ALSO certified for 8800GTS except for the 5.25" bay "add on" power supplies shown on the SLI Certified list. These "add on" PSU's are not supported by nVidia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post

    Zippy PSL-6850P 850W (available mid to late Nov. 2006)
    The Zippy PSL-6850P is available for purchase now http://store.myaopen.com/psl6850p.html

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    Well then they're early!

    Mid to late Nov. 2006 is what my list says. That just goes to show how long the SLI certification process actually takes.

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    Jonny, I'm proud of you!

    I was going to start getting a list together, but you beat me to it!

    With your permission, I'll borrow yours, giving you full credit of course.

    Keep up the good work!

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Well then they're early!

    Mid to late Nov. 2006 is what my list says. That just goes to show how long the SLI certification process actually takes.
    Oh they will be certified then not available for purchase. OK nevermind...I was wondering because I bought a PSL-6850P for a server build months ago from myaopen as did slarti.

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    That's interesting...those all have very strong 12v rails and had a 4 card quad SLI set-up in mind. Considering the 30a single card requirement these are a bit overkill maybe don't you think? I wonder if we're going to start seeing a whole lot of units with 4 PCI-E connectors now though? Also, have you seen how many connectors on a GTS card yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makalu View Post
    That's interesting...those all have very strong 12v rails and had a 4 card quad SLI set-up in mind. Considering the 30a single card requirement these are a bit overkill maybe don't you think? I wonder if we're going to start seeing a whole lot of units with 4 PCI-E connectors now though? Also, have you seen how many connectors on a GTS card yet?
    the pics i have seen of the GTS show only one PCI-E connector.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    Oh they will be certified then not available for purchase. OK nevermind...I was wondering because I bought a PSL-6850P for a server build months ago from myaopen as did slarti.
    Are all of the six pins on that Zippy PCIE connectors? I thought two were, and two were those Xeon aux connectors. I never really looked into it though as my video card doesn't need a connection from the PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidhammock200 View Post
    Jonny, I'm proud of you!

    I was going to start getting a list together, but you beat me to it!

    With your permission, I'll borrow yours, giving you full credit of course.

    Keep up the good work!

    Dave
    No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    Oh they will be certified then not available for purchase. OK nevermind...I was wondering because I bought a PSL-6850P for a server build months ago from myaopen as did slarti.
    Quote Originally Posted by Slartibartfast View Post
    Are all of the six pins on that Zippy PCIE connectors? I thought two were, and two were those Xeon aux connectors. I never really looked into it though as my video card doesn't need a connection from the PSU.
    I think Slarti's got it right. I think the "mid November" is a gaming version with four PCI-e connectors.

    Quote Originally Posted by haste View Post
    the pics i have seen of the GTS show only one PCI-E connector.
    Really? Interesting. And a shame, because nVidia will not SLI certify for G80 if the PSU only has two PCI-e connectors.

    If someone is making a G80 based card with only one PCI-e connector, it may not be with nVidia's blessing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post




    I think Slarti's got it right. I think the "mid November" is a gaming version with four PCI-e connectors.

    Ok yeah he is...two of those six pins are aux. I got what the date means now.

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