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TX950 and UPS compatibility


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Would TX950 be compatible with these 3 UPS?

 

1. http://www.mustek.de/en/11/index.php/en/products/ups/ups-5/145-pm1000oe/116-pm1000oe

(This is what I have somewhere, but I didn't try it with tx950 as someone told me it would be a bad idea.)

 

2. http://www.digitus.info/en/products/professional-network/ups-systems/line-interactive/line-interactive-ups-uninterruptible-power-systems-dn-170011/#!prettyPhoto[set]/1/

 

3. http://www.digitus.info/windows/en/products/professional-network/security-and-surveillance/power-supply/uninterrruptable-power-supplies/line-interactive-ups-uninterruptible-power-systems-with-lcd-dn-170024/

 

All of them are rated 600w. Would it cause any problems assuming I have only 1 PC hooked up to it (tx950, i7 920 @ 4 GHz, 1 x 560 gtx ti) without anything else?

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Sorry, we do not test compatibility with any UPS. You can virtually use any battery back ups you prefer, but one thing that we do recommend when using one, try to use one that outputs pure sinewave.
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That UPS is not large enough for that PSU it would need to be at least 1500VA and 1000Watts to work with the system. Or larger if you have other devices connected to the back up as well
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So, if I plug in the tx950 into the UPS with 1000VA/600W, Modified sinewave, what will be the problem? Is there a chance that I'll damage the PSU?

 

There are a number of UPS capacity calculators on the Net. Newegg has one, I believe, as does APC.

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