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    Shuttle PSU

    After reading a few articals, ive decided that when i get my shuttle, im going to replace the PSU fan, the trouble is tho i cant find any guides on how to do it If anyone knows of where i can get more info on it then could you please let me know as im not very good with electricals ad pictures would give me a much better idea than "two bits of metal bending over" Cheers!

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    http://forums.sudhian.com/messagevie...y&keyword1=psu

    ^ Ultim8's guide here is the best I've seen. As far as I know it applies to all Shuttles.

    If you aren't 100% confident then don't do it as it is dangerous.

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    thing is, its pretty simple, i have no wiring experience, and i had it working within 20 mins. as for the bending the pins, there really is no other way to describe it. just make sure when you solder (or crimp) the wires back together you seperate them with insulation tape.
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    How long should i leave the PSU unplugged for it to get rid of all of its charge? As i dont want to be the next new crispy wing KFC sell

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    well if u aint got your shuttle yet, just do it before you first turn it on?
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    You might want to either buy a Shuttle that includes the now shipping Silent X 250W PSU (super quiet, super cool) or if the model you purchase doesn't ship with one, buy one at retail.

    More details on this product will forthcoming over the next few weeks...
    70 hours a week is not enough

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    anyone tried the new PSU?
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    These new PSU's, How would i go about getting my hands on one? Tried searching all the usual suppliers but I cant find anything about them!

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    have you tired shuttles web site? silly question but i have to ask

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    Re: Shuttle PSU

    Originally posted by Cr4iG
    After reading a few articals, ive decided that when i get my shuttle, im going to replace the PSU fan, the trouble is tho i cant find any guides on how to do it If anyone knows of where i can get more info on it then could you please let me know as im not very good with electricals ad pictures would give me a much better idea than "two bits of metal bending over" Cheers!

    Meminur
    Which is your new Shuttle?

    You might want to consider the ST61G4, it comes with SilentX.

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    SN45G, And too late, ive already orderd it! Ill see what the noise levels are like first and if i cant sleep with it on then ill go all hack-n-slash on it

    Cr4iG

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    how far away from your bed will it be? less than 3m and ur gonna wanna swap the case and psu fans. the nb cooler is whiney too :/
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    Its about... 3-4m away from me and its on the other side of the chimney breast to me, will give it a few days to see how it is and if it starts to deafen me ill get out my dremel

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    Haven't had any news on the availability of the new 250W PSU yet - keep getting the usual 'two weeks' response, every time I enquire...


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