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Old 02-13-2005, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i was wondering if this was a good power supply...http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...153-021&depa=0 i want a sorta quiet one but i also think this is nice cause i dont have to use adapters for sli and it has alot of 4 pin connecters too. if anyone knows of a good one besides this one please tell me, this ultra is a pos
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Old 02-13-2005, 11:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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looks pretty good, but dont you think thats alittle to expensive? haha
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ya i do i just want a good ps since thats preety important part. do you know of any reletivly quiet ps's or if that one is sorta quiet my ps and chipset are loader than the 2 video cards i think lol
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Thermaltake also makes a fanless PSU in 680w.
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the 480w silent purepower butterfly by Tt
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im also getting 3 tt thunderblades as i hear they are even quieter than the vantec stealths and push more air i dunno what ps i shoudl get i dont want a fanless one really but i dont want it to be very noisy.
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i think i will get the silent power 560 as i hear its pretty quiet i saw the 680 but i dont think i would need that much powerClick Here
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i use a dual fan 420 watt Thermaltake and i think its great. Its solidly built, stable, quiet and not ot hot. I think thermaltake PSU's are great, but i wouldnt get that much wattage, youll never use it. Yuo could get a 480 watt or a 560 watt and that will do you fine. 680 watt is overkill
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ya thats what im saying and the 560 is only 100 bucks and i know thermaltake is a good brand. i think when i get paid i will go ahead and order that 560 from newegg like i always order from thanks for your opinions.
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