Wired2Fire Diablo Predator System review

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We used a calibrated meter to measure the power at the wall. No monitors were factored into the readings. The system power drain was measured in the following states:

Idle: when resting at the desktop.
Gaming Load: running the ‘combined’ test in 3dMark 11. Processor and graphics card are stressed.

The Wired2Fire Diablo Predator System doesn’t require a lot of power at the socket. At idle it demands around 76watts. This rises to around 225 watts under gaming load.

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Wired2Fire Diablo Predator System review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Terrible Terrance
    February 4, 2013
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    Its nothing special really. seems to be well routed and a nice build, but its rather dull IMO.

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  • Eran
    February 4, 2013
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    Good selection of components throughout, shame about the case though, I hate xigmatek fans, they are always so loud. I had to replace several for a friend as they made such a racket. I would have prefered to see a corsair case and cooler rather than xigmatek. forget the monitor. hopefully they allow some adaptions of the core build with better cooling, lower noise.

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