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    o noos PSU Thread..

    Need a new PSU to replace this qtec i have had for the last year (with NO problems at all )


    Was looking at the 'ThermalTake Butterfly 480W' here


    needs = black if poss/ braided if poss Any other recomendations for around £60 ?
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    CWT 550 is the only other one i can think of baz, (but thats not black)

    it's got 2 native sata power ports, has the new power plug for use in the newer mobos(got an adapter that lets it fit normal atx plugs)

    dunno of any others that are black.



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    cwt 550 gets an other vote.
    Its not back, but you could spray it black....
    Only the atx cable is braided. Not hard to add braiding to the others, if you want them braided.
    It also has imo too many molex wires, and stuff, not that it matters as you can hide them or remove them permanently.
    You can quite easly swap the BTX connector (which is just ATX with 4 more wires) for the ATX one. (you get an atx one on the converter cable). Its just a case of putting the pins in the other connector, leaving the four BTX specific ones in the BTX connector.

    In terms of performance this is one of the best psus you can get, you will have a difficult time finding a better performing psu that is also black and braided for around the same price.

    I forgot you might not know they are sold at scan.co.uk.

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