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Old 13-03-05, 08:28 AM
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Thy this one http://www.adecy.com/psu/

Its nowhere near as good, but it might help you get a general idea.

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Old 13-03-05, 11:24 AM
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I've already got a 480w PSU so that one's not as good. Oh well!
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Old 13-03-05, 11:25 AM
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says i need a 330W PSU, i dont trust it rofl
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Old 14-03-05, 11:00 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by XMS
Its hard to tell really. But what i will say, is that it is only calculating for a standard system, not an overclocked or modified one.

Take for example my system - i'm currently using a really cheap psu until i can get a better one. It only gives out 282w, but yet its powering a 12v water pump, my prescott, a 6800GT and cathode lighting. It works fine as long as i dont overclock the system at all.
Hey XMS, Just a friendly warning. Maximum PC Failed the Ultra X-Connect 500w PSU, on the load test, and low voltage tests. The power supply quality of those is quite low, yet I'm sure you already know this, but just be careful.
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Old 16-03-05, 10:09 PM
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XMS that link worked. Only thing is, it doesn't have PC3200 RAM or 120mm LED fans! And it tells me I need a 350watt PSU - and mines 480w!
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Old 16-03-05, 10:38 PM
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A good, cheap PSU is very rare, but if you do want one the Hiper TypeR cannot be beaten for the price

True 480W

Dual +12V rails - 18A on #1, 16A on #2

Sleeved UV cables

EZ grip Molexes

Perforated casing

Shiny as hell

Free 80mm System fan

Free rounded IDE cables (not always I don't think)

Costs around £50
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Old 16-03-05, 10:47 PM
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Not that bothered about cheap - how is the OCZ modstream in peoples opinions here. I wanna get a 550w one. Either that or the X-connect 550w!
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Old 16-03-05, 11:06 PM
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LOL. OCZ's have a nice rep with PSU's. Though, I Must ONLY Reccomend Enermax. They own me lol. But seriously, enermax psu's have been nothing but amazement to me.
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Old 16-03-05, 11:10 PM
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Fair play but I'm up for my case looking pretty (I know, I know - bit girly). And I want a modular PSU!!
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Old 16-03-05, 11:12 PM
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The Antec NeoPower got 10/10 Kick Ass product in Maximum PC. It now comes down to OCZ vs. Antec. If you are gonna go MSI nForce 4 someday, go OCZ. If not MSI nForce 4 but some other brand, go for Antec. If you have an antec and a msi nf4, they WILL kill eachother. one may win, or they will both fail.
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