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    Shuttle PSU Query

    Hi guys.. I've never been very happy with how the PSU in the SN95G5 vents warm air inside the shuttle. I just noticed today that the p4 version of this chassis SB77G5 has a more tradititional shuttle psu with the small fan at the back. I know the silentx psu you can buy wont fit the G chassis but does anyone know if you can buy the psu from the SB77G5 anywhere?

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    yes that is available. it is called the Silent X 250W PSU. code name PC40. don't konw who sells it though

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    OCuk do

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    While the pc40 will fit , it will block your ram slots so to remove them ram you will have to remove the psu. I would stick with the one in the sn95g5 is quieter because it has a 60mm fan and is much smaller. If you are concerned about airflow get a mesh side it will increase the airflow and matches the sn95g5 perfectly.

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