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    Question What size of PSU?

    Hello,

    I have just found out about this site....

    Just wondering what size of PSU would be required to run a dual chip motherboard (Iwill DVD266) with 2 x 1Ghz P4's.

    I will be running 2 hard disks and probably a CD-rom and an old graphics card.

    Its going to be a server so I may also add the USB modem and 3 PCI network cards.

    Your help would be greatly appreciated!

    Cheers
    Lyle

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    You mean 1GHz PIII's??? Or are you talking old Xeon's??? P4's don't do SMP as far as I can tell, and I don't believe they ever made a 1GHz P4. I'm no Intel expert though. Anybody???

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    oh sorry I think you are right.

    Think they may well be PIII's

    Sorry

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    A decent 350 watt+ PSU should be fine.

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