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The eXtreme Power Supply Calculator contains 1800+ CPUs including latest processors from Intel and AMD, latest graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD, DDR4 RAM, Bitcoin Mining Modules and more!


The recommended total Power Supply Wattage gives you a general idea on what to look for BUT it is NOT a crucial factor in power supply selection! Total Amperage Available on the +12V Rail(s) is the most important, followed by the +5V amperage and then the +3.3V amperage.

eXtreme Power Supply Calculator Pro version contains Amperage per +12V, +5V and +3.3V power supply rails, recommended UPS rating, multiple video cards and more. See the Features Comparison table here.



System Type:  1

Attention: A single Dual or Quad CORE CPU is still 1 physical CPU!

Motherboard:

In case of No ATX +12V board +5V rail will be used
to generate CPU voltage (Socket A and Socket 423).

CPU Brand:


CPU Socket:


CPU:


CPU Utilization (TDP 2):


Overclock my CPU! 
Stock CPU speed (MHz)
Stock Vcore (V)
Overclocked CPU speed (MHz)
Overclocked Vcore (V)
     Overclocked CPU Wattage:
Please use Overclock button to generate OC Wattage


RAM:
  FB DIMMs ?


Video Cards:
Video Brand 1 / Video Card 1
 
 
Video Brand 2 / Video Card 2
 
 
Video Brand 3 / Video Card 3
 
 
Video Brand 4 / Video Card 4
 
 
Video Brand 5 / Video Card 5
 
 
Video Brand 6 / Video Card 6
 
 
Video Type:
 
Physics Processing Unit:


SSD Drives (Solid State Disk):
M.2 SSD

Flash SSD

DRAM SSD


Hard Drives:
IDE 5400 rpm IDE 7200 rpm SCSI 7200 rpm
 
SCSI 10,000 rpm SCSI 15,000 rpm Regular SATA
 
High rpm SATA Green SATA
 

Drives:
CD-ROM Drive


DVD-ROM Drive


CD-RW Drive


DVD/CDRW Combo Drive


Blu Ray Internal Drive

DVD-RW/DVD+RW Drive


Tape Drive


Zip Drive


Floppy Drive


Blu Ray BD-RE/DVD/CD



 Minimum PSU Wattage:34 W
 Recommended
 PSU Wattage:
 *
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PCI Cards:
56K PCI Modem
Sound Blaster - All Models
Sound Blaster w/ Front Bay
TV Tuner - Satellite
TV Tuner - Cable
TV Tuner - Antenna
PCI NIC
PCI IDE Card
PCI IDE RAID Card
PCI SCSI Card
PCI SCSI RAID Card
PCI SATA RAID Card

Additional PCI Card (avg):

Additional PCI Express Cards:
Exclude Video Card(s) from this list.
PCI-e x1 PCI-e x4 PCI-e x8 PCI-e x16

External Devices:
(Only check if device draws power from the system)
USB: FireWire:


Bitcoin Mining Modules:
(Only modules that draw power from the system)
Module 1: 
Module 2: 
Module 3: 
Module 4: 
Module 5: 

Other Devices:
Fan Controller
Front Bay Card Reader
Front Bay LCD Display


Cold Cathodes:



Fans Regular LED High Perf.
80mm
92mm
120mm
140mm
250mm  
       
TEC Coolers:
(Including liquid cooling kits with TEC)

Water Cooling:
(Only devices that draw power from the system)

Water Pumps  
  1st Pump
  2nd Pump
 
Water Cooling Kit:
 
Pump Relay:
 
 
Power Supply Adjustments
 
System Load: 3

100% peak load - ALL components are at 100% load.
 
Capacitor Aging: 4
 
Other Hardware: Keyboard & Mouse (included)



 Minimum PSU Wattage:34 W
 Recommended
 PSU Wattage:
 *
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1   System Type: Based on physical processor(s) or # of sockets. Multicore CPU counts as a single processor. For example: for a single Core 2 Duo you should select 'Single Socket' as System Type.
2   TDP - Thermal Design Power. We recommend 85-90% since it is very rare that CPU will utilize 100% of TDP.
3   System Load: 100% (peak load) - all components are at 100% load, including start up surge current compensation.
4   Electrolytic capacitor aging. When used heavily or over an extended period of time (1+ years) a power supply will slowly lose some of its initial wattage capacity. We recommend you add 10-20% if you plan to keep your PSU for more than 1 year, or 20-30% for 24/7 usage and 1+ years.
*   See our Terms of Service for details.
**   Recommended UPS rating is based on the selected components only and does not include monitor, printer or any other electronic devices that are not a part of the eXtreme Power Supply Calculator.



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