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tenbroya

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I have never heard about that before! But if it says you can then you probably can.

Also if you are working on a budget, I would very highly reccomend the Enermax CS-527. My best friend has that case and it looks soooooo cool :tazz:. In all the reviews I have read it scores very highly. AND it is very cheap, as well as saving you from buying two PSUs.

Link 1:
http://www.doomedpc.....5.2/?q=node/49
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http://www.wolflan.c...s&op=show&rid=9
Link 3:
http://www.xtremecom...view.php?id=121

And there are many more if you care to search for them.

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Thats a very nice case but I dont think the 350w PS that comes with it wont be enough.
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Yeah, 350W isnt really cutting it for a new pc, antec cases also come with better PSUs and when you factor the psu in they are ridiculously cheap. Antec is the best retailer to go for cases if you are doing your first build or your 100th they make a case for everybody and have good customer service and even the cheapest cases are built to the highest standard.
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I had alot of respect fot Antec's PSU's until about a year ago..had a truepower 480 and a TrueControl 550 just go out on me for no real reason (these were the original versions not the 2.0v they sell now).

But Antec replaced the 480 and newegg swapped the 550 for a new one...I just sold them both and bought the OCZ PowerStream 520....and I love it...it can take everything I throw at it :tazz:
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