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Old 03-10-2013, 12:17 PM
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Default Re: Intel Builds for Pro Tools HD Native

Originally Posted by chrisdee View Post
What do you mean by huge ?
I use 750W. I have a 6 core, 2 hd and 2 SSD's. Maby I should go larger ?
As the Dom has mentioned, a 750w should be fine. Actually this is where I draw the line. But don't go cheap. Quality is paramount.
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