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    Any decent PSU(tagan/ocz etc) with 120mm fan?

    Want a quiet and cool modular psu and wondered if there is one with a 120mm fan(s)?
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    SilentX do one. IIRC, i have read they are pretty good. At least they are dead quiet.

    EDIT: Just read the word 'modular'. Not sure if any of the silentX ones are. Might be worth taking a look at Hiper ones too. Esspecially thier new R-Type range. They seem to get mixed reviews, but I have always been very impressed with Hiper PSU's.
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    Hiper have a new modular psu out it looks wicked.

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    Both the Antec NeoPower 480 and the OCZ Modstream 520 are modular and very good.

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    I have the OCZ modstream and its a great PSU. Its dead quiet has a modular design, looks good and is very very effiecent. It holds all the stuff in my rig well within spec
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    My Akasa Paxpower 460W, has a 120mm fan... I found it to be a really good PSU!
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