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Old 11-02-2005, 09:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
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http://www.xoxide.com/powersupply1.html

Check in there and btw if you my want to take a look at the cases in here cuz once you see it you won't believe it, lol.

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http://www.xoxide.com/powersupply1.html

Check in there and btw if you my want to take a look at the cases in here cuz once you see it you won't believe it, lol.

wow, lol, wut did u say, is that english

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Old 11-02-2005, 09:25 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Chance should I get anything else to make a quieter pc or will the build already be quiet enough? Thanks again for the feedback.
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ummm... there's special "silent" HSF's by Zalman but noise shouldnt be a factor if your blowing 1100 bucks on a comp
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Sorry, but would it be better to get a thermaltake soprano w/ no psu than an antec sonata II which comes with a psu? I plan to use antec truepower 550. Would the soprano be quieter, louder, or is there even a difference?
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soprano is a nice case....dont kno for sure but i dont kno if there would be much of a diffrence
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u REALLY like that psu, pzerofgh. i have seen you promote like ten times, lol. is it really that good??
I DUNNO? but it has 3 +12V lines just like the pcp&c 850W power supply :shocked: so i guess its good
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wow, lol, wut did u say, is that english

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Errmm, sometimes i mix the english with spanish and the sentence that i made are like that one.

I hope you did understand this one..
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So, should I go for the antec sonata II or the thermaltake soprano? I plan to purchase the parts tonight.
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antec sonata II
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