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    fantabulous. right, now to find a deal on 420w silent psu's!! off I go a-ordering
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    what are 3xs psus like?

    edit: there's an akasa 460w psu on offer at overclockers.co.uk
    are akasa ok psu's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiato storm
    what are 3xs psus like?

    edit: there's an akasa 460w psu on offer at overclockers.co.uk
    are akasa ok psu's?
    go for the tagan or ernamax both reliable, i wouldnt bother straying away after all if you want 1 to last you years to come, and will kick the ass of the unlimited upgrade opertunities of a computer, ull make the right choice,
    i was like you and bought a 550w silent by some random make after a month it kept crashing my computer and blew up, glad i dint lose all the money of hardware in it.

    Better to save your computer and have it run extra sweet for the sake of 20 quid or so, sure ppl will agree
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    right fair enough
    I'v found a 9700pro for £90...i don't need all the 9800's power so I may go for the 9700 instead. is the 9800 significantly faster?
    oh hang on - do either the 9800pro or 9700pro need extra power from the psu, as i heard some cards need this...?
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    darn - wish OcUK's delivery prices weren't so freakin' much!! iguess they want you to buy it all from them to cut the cost
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    The 9800pro gives you 10 extra FPS over the 9700pro, however you can easily soft-mod the 9800pro to an XT to give you an added boost. However if you're spending that sort of money you'd be just aswell investing a little more for a 6600gt which will last you longer.

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