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    Probably the greatest psu comparison ever over at anandtech.

    http://www.anandtech.com/showdoc.html?i=1841&p=1

    Looks like Agent is right

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    i ahve a modded qtec550, i like it.....

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    From Dabs... ThermalTake

    Silent 360W ATX PSU DUAL FAN
    Mfr code: W0006RE
    Quicklinx: 28YQWS
    140 now
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    £29.79

    Silent 420W ATX PSU DUAL FAN
    Mfr code: W0008RE
    Quicklinx: 28YRWS
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    £31.92

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    Originally posted by Stu C
    From Dabs... ThermalTake

    Silent 360W ATX PSU DUAL FAN
    Mfr code: W0006RE
    Quicklinx: 28YQWS
    140 now
    £35.00
    £29.79

    Silent 420W ATX PSU DUAL FAN
    Mfr code: W0008RE
    Quicklinx: 28YRWS
    Temporarily Unavailable
    £37.50
    £31.92
    Can anyone vouch for just how much quieter these are compared to my current Enermax 550W(ish), non fan controlled one?

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    Originally posted by Austin
    Can anyone vouch for just how much quieter these are compared to my current Enermax 550W(ish), non fan controlled one?
    I have the 360w and its is VERY quiet.
    Ive just had to lean over the computer with a torch to check its spinning. At normal use, you can hardly feel the air being pushed, nevermind hear it.
    I cant compare it to an Enermax though, as i dont own one.
    Last edited by Agent; 03-10-2003 at 12:51 PM.
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    I got the Levicom 350watt blueled dual fan PSU and it is very quiet. Its quite nice if you have a window in your case, but still want a quiet PSU. Unfortunatly like Austin initailly said the 2000+ Palamino is a fricken radiator, along with the msi ti4200 and the Akasa Paxmate (the bane of all humanity) which refuses to be unstuck from my case doesn't help matters.

    I really need to start over again (tho I may keep my current PSU) however I recently spent a big wad of cash on my new car (P reg Ford Ka) so I'm kinda skint.

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    Get a 420w Thermaltake. £40 and is the best value PSU available imo (and many others).

    Not far off of antec quality and a damn site cheaper!

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