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comanighttrain

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Hey guys, i know antec make great power supply units, but does anyone know where you can get quality, power and price?

a make called magna i use usually but they are budget power supplies and im just waiting for one to go haywire.
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Look at thermaltake next. I dont know how many watts you need but they make a true power 420 watt for $39 or less and its not a cheap company or psu.

Edited by jrm20, 12 January 2006 - 04:09 PM.

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Lol, our UK if rememeber right, so i wuld reccomend Hyper, excellent PSUs and a good price.
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yeh i was looking at hyper and thermaltake they look decently priced, but i need about 600W. Looks like its a budget job untill my next pay
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Why do you need 600W, you arent going to build a system that needs that much power, at least not for less than £3000 odd quid and even at that you would have to stick two gfx cards in it and some 1500rpm drives and a 4800+ or and FX60.

The hipers are all 580W anyways which is as near 600W as youre going to need, if you want something spectacular get a Sparkle 700W or a enermax 1KW PSU.

Edited by warriorscot, 13 January 2006 - 01:12 PM.

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