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    Shuttle Silent X 250W Silent PSU

    Shuttle Silent X 250W Silent PSU

    http://www.microdirect.co.uk/company...SHUACCPC40.htm

    £45.83 @ Microdirect. Status: Arriving Soon



    Silent X 250 Watt PSU delivers the ultimate in "Super Quiet, Super Cool" computer technology

    (Taipei, Taiwan – December 29, 2003) Shuttle Inc, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers, is proud to announce the arrival of Silent X, a family of computer heat and noise reduction technologies designed exclusively for Shuttle's XPC line of SFF computers.

    "Silent X is a world-class family of cooling and noise-reduction technologies exclusive to the Shuttle XPC," said Jonathon Yi, vice-president of product management, Shuttle. "The Silent X logo is your assurance that Shuttle XPC's are 'Super Quiet, Super Cool.'"

    The Silent X concept is embodied in a number of discreet Shuttle technoligies, including,The Silent X 250W PSU,Integrated Cooling Engine (ICE); and Intelligently-engineered airflow mechanics.

    The Silent X 250W PSU is available immediately as an integrated component in select XPC models. It's also available as a value-added upgrade for Shuttle's G and G2-series XPC's. ICE heat-pipe technology and intelligently-engineered airflow mechanics are standard features on all shipping Shuttle XPC's.



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    Sooner the better - shame about the price though!
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    Ill have to get one of these. Me SN45G with 2 x WD CAviar SE hard drives, XP3200, Radeon9600 pro, DVD drive gives 11 volts on the +12v, and the cpu voltage is 0.05 volts under what it should be!

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    Nice, cant wait. Have you ordered one yet?

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    Grr just realised that its not supported by my model!


    SB75G2!!!! Arrrrrrrgggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


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    I'll have to get one of these soon i think, shame it ain't a bit cheaper tho

    any db readings on the fan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wol
    Grr just realised that its not supported by my model!


    SB75G2!!!! Arrrrrrrgggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


    A very annoyed Wol
    I read on another forum that some fitted one to a SB75G2 without any issues - so you should be OK.

    Will PM you the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alistair
    I read on another forum that some fitted one to a SB75G2 without any issues - so you should be OK.

    Will PM you the link

    post the link here... we aren't like other forums and disallow other forum URL's... post away!!!



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    In case anyone is interested, Microdirect had twenty in stock last week and they sold out in a matter of hours! I missed them, grrr. They had another 50 in this morning and the website is still showing in stock as I write this. £55 after delivery though... ouchie!
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    ...must...resist...

    ...hmm, will be near silent then though, now that I've unplugged that damn northbridge fan in my sb75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knoxville
    I'll have to get one of these soon i think, shame it ain't a bit cheaper tho

    any db readings on the fan?
    32dB at maximum load, almopst nothing when you consider a standard quiet room is about 30dB.

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    Does this fit in an SN45G?

    I bleedin hope so, i need the extra voltage for me cpu!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexticle
    32dB at maximum load, almopst nothing when you consider a standard quiet room is about 30dB.
    You're kidding me?? what a load of rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbishe I was hoping for at least sub 25.
    I dont like sig pics so i turn off sigs Which doesnt help when i dont know what ive written here! DOH!

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    If you are thinking about replacing anyway, why not just swap the fan yourself? It's not hard. 40mm ADDA fan for about £1.99. Much cheaper. Pushes more air and is arond 25Db.

    I think shuttle are trying to play everyone for saps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu
    ...must...resist...
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    Doh!

    I'll pop some pics up when it arrives.

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