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    Antec Phantom 350W Fanless PSU @ Mikhailtech

    First there were fans, then there were lots of fans, then there were really loud fans, then there were really quiet fans, then there were no fans at all. I'm sure many of you have noticed this development over the last few years, so its no surprise to see fanless PSUs on the market now, one of which has just been reviewed by Mikhailtech.
    I've always been a fan of Antec products and the Phantom is no exception. While I can't say I've tested "lots" of power supplies, I have had my share and this is, by and far, the best I've come across to date. It's quiet, (relatively) cool, silent, and extremely stable. It even looks good. Antec did it right with the Phantom; this is one fanless PSU that's hard to top.
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    Last edited by Steve; 02-03-2005 at 08:59 PM.
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