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Old 30th June, 2003, 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Lazgoat
Where did you order it from Pita^Norf?
I got it from Scan (

I know their customer service are'nt the best in the world, but they're the only ones I could find that stock it.

They do 2 version; 1 with SATA and 1 without.

The fact is I got a friend to pick my up in person and when he got there they must have sold out of the non SATA and gave the SATA one for the price of the non SATA.

He who asks is a fool for 15 minutes, he who does'nt remains a fool forever.

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Old 30th June, 2003, 03:02 PM
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I have used an enermax 350w and a 550w. Both keep the same PC extremely stable, although I don't do volt mods I do sometimes whack the vCore up. THe 350w ran 4.88v IIRC and the 550w runs >5.00v (5.053v ATM). The 550w blew something when I powered on from the mains with the power strip and PSU button already on. Thats the only bad point. I never do that now. Always in sequence and its not often that the PC gets turned off anyhow.

I got the 550w thinking a hard disk problem (intermitant recognition) was PSU related. Now sold the 350w.
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