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Old 07-25-2006, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I havnt posted here for a while so I need some advice please.
I was planning on getting a Hiper Type R 580 modular but I've heard underload it is quite noisy.

I was wondering if anyone could confirm this or recommend me a different PSU.

If anyone could recommend me a different PSU it must be:
MAIN POINT - Quiet.
+520v
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About or under £70-100 or $128-184 USD.
Brought from Scan.co.uk, ebuyer.com, overclockers.co.uk or another UK deliverable online shop.

Thanks if anyone can help.

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from what i can tell it is not noisy. (My case fans and hdd cooler are loud.) Ohh and the fans stay running for a extra five mins to get the extra heat out. (Can not hear it at all) I recommend it.
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If you want a dead silent power supply, check out the seasonic s12 series of power supplies

www.petrastechshop.com has em in many different wattage flavors.

They are in the us but will ship global if you let em knwo b4 u order
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The 535 Watt Enermax Power supply has an adjustable fan control.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817103512
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Thanks for the replys. Im going to keep looking around and see if there are anymore replys.
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