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Old 11-01-05, 11:33 AM   #13
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Default Re: 300W with GF 6600

Thanks for the advice guys, but I think I'll get a new PSU. I have a couple of choices can't really decide though. These are the ones with LED !
And the contestants are:

1) MGE Vigor 400W MGE Vigor 400 Watt Dual LED Fan ATX Power Supply

Intel P4 and AMD Certified
ATX Power Supply
400 Watt Maximum Output
Chrome Housing
Nylon Sleeved Wiring
Clear Acrylic Windows
Adjustable Fan Speed Knob
One (1) ATX Power Connector
One (1) 12V ATX power connector
Six (6) large (Molex) 4-pin power connectors
Two (2) small 4-pin power connectors
Two (2) SATA connectors
Two (2) Blue LED Fans: One (1) 80 mm and One (1) 120 mm
Low noise
Over Voltage Protection
Over Current Protection
Short Circuit Protection

115 / 230V 50-60Hz
+3.3V / 15.0A
+5V / 35.0A
-5V / 0.6A
+12V / 17.0A
-12V / 0.6A
+5V SB / 2.0A

2) Rhycom 550W with Dual 80mm Fan LED

-550 Watts maximum output
-Exclusive DC connector for Pentium-4 CPU
-Dual fan for extra cooling! (One with Blue LED)
-Noise killing technology!
-Built-in voltage overload protection
-Voltage switch for 115/230V AC input
-AC inlet, & On/Off switch
-Support Intel "Pentium-4" and AMD "Athlon XP"
-Complies with ATX 2.03 and ATX 12V 1.1
-Protection circuits for over current and over temperature

AC INPUT 115V/230V 3.5A/6A 50/60Hz
DC OUTPUT +3.3V +5V +12V -12V -5V +5VSB
Watts 28A 40A 20A 0.8A 0.5A 2.0A

3) Logisys 550W ATX Power Supply

General Features:
Black housing
20/24 pin ATX connector
550-watt power supply
3 x 3-inch fan
One (1) 12-inch ATX power connector
One (1) 12-inch 12V ATX power connector
One (1) 12-inch SATA power connector
Four (4) 12-inch 4-pin large Molex power connectors
One (1) 12-inch 4-pin small floppy power connector
Supports Intel Pentium 4 and AMD motherboards
Low noise and ripple
Short circuit and over-voltage protection
Thermal overload cut-off protection

Power Specifications:
115V, 230V switchable power supply
+3.3V - 30A
+5V - 28A
+12V - 25A
-12V - 0.8A
-5V - 0.5A
+5 Vsb - 2A

So... which one is my best bet? or if you think these are crappy PSUs, let me know! Thx
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