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Old 19th April, 2010, 01:31 AM
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SilenX LX-4000 Luxurae Review

I thought I would post a review of it, I bought it last week, and it has this weird feature where you can adjust the voltages a bit higher, but I generally leave it on the lowest setting, because it seems to have no effect on stability of the PC.

1 Thing i didn't like about it is that it NEEDs some airflow, and warning is no where on the description before you buy it,and altho it says its fanless it DOES come with a fan.. not sure if its needed or not, but its so silent that I sorta left it on there.

Also, before I added this PSU my only airflow thru my PC was thru my PSU and it was the only exit air it had, and now theres NO airflow at all leaving my case, so now i have to leave both my side panels open so that all the heat would leave my PC, because i have no case fans at all, and my VGA is even fanless.

welp.. all in all i am happy with the product, and it was so cheap. my PC is DEAD silent now with no fan's other then the small no that comes on this PSU... and I think I am leaving this fan on, because I cannot hear the fan anyways.

heres a link of where i got the product: SilenX LX-4000 Luxurae Series 400W Computer Fanless Power Supply SilenX LX4000 40dBA Luxurae PSU Passive PFC Noiseless Operation-Best Computer Online Store Houston Buy Discount Prices Texas-Directron.com

i always wanted to buy it a LONG time ago, but i thought they stopped selling it.. this was the only location where i found it sold at, I am glad its so cheap now. But judging from the reviews on that website, the manufacturing dates are really old on this PSU, so they are kinda like the last of its kind, other then those Zen's on Newegg.
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Interesting computer you have there, too bad they're almost all sold out.
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Interesting computer you have there, too bad they're almost all sold out.
yeah its an old style PSU, it has 2 SATA power plug ins which iam surprised it has that.. and it has the P4 motherboard connector as well.. so its one of those 200-2004 era PSU's and its manufactured in 2004/2005 i think.. i can't tell by this sticker on it.
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