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Old 12-05-2005, 04:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone have this? i was thinkning about building a fouth comp, lol i wanna get the 939 and a gig of ram for now, 7800gt amd 3500 cd+burner in one, 80 gig hd (already have it) but my question is the psu, will it power all of it? can i get a new one and lastly can i upgrade the psu? thanks
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I'd say 500W would do it. Preferably Antec...
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it should do just fine.
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how would i put a 500 watt in it?? its a mini type
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how would i put a 500 watt in it?? its a mini type
There is your problem. Your thinking about building a shuttle which is a very small form factor. Why do you want to use the shuttle for?
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Yeah, I'm going to say go with microATX before you go with shuttle. I know they're good to carry, but you're really deviating from standards and making things inconvenient for yourself if you buy a shuttle case.

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i need to move itaround alot
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Put caster wheels on the bottom hehehehe just kidding. I'd still buy a micro before a shuttle
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everyone has mixed opinions on EVERYTHING. nevermind forget it, i still may get one
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Well, if I were you i'd get a ATX mid tower. Then buy a LAN Party carrying case. It's kinda like a backpack thing with straps. Has pockets for Keyboard/mouse/wires etc... They also have them for LCD monitors too...

Here's the one I have
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