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Need a good PSU

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December 7, 2004 12:59:44 PM

Once my comfuser is built, the specs will be:
<A HREF="http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=15001..." target="_new"> SuperLanboy Case w/2 120mm Case fans </A>
1 80mm case fan (possibly)
Asus A7N8X-X Mobo
AMD 3000+ 400MHz CPU
Radeon 9800Pro/X800Pro 256Memory
512megs PC3200 400MHz Memory
2HDD (possibly)
CD-RW/DVD Drive
Floppy Drive
USB Keyboard & Mouse
I would like a quiet/silent Antec; I was thinking about getting the TruePower380/430, which would be sufficient?

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December 7, 2004 1:38:50 PM

For quality/economy Fortran 530watt or Antec True 430 or 480 watt.
The truly silent ones are much more...
I have Antecs True 430watt, and it performs like a champ!
Running:
Gigabyte 8KNXP Ultra-64
Prescott 3200
Gigabyte Cooler Pro
2 gigs Corsair TwinX Pro 2-2-2-5
Raptor 74gig
Maxtor MaxLine II 2 x 250gig
ATI X800XT PE AGP
TV Wonder Pro Remote
Plextor DVD-RW 712SA
Floppy and a PCMCIA dual card reader

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December 12, 2004 2:44:25 PM

Thanks. I think I'll go w/the Antec True430. Your rig is better than mine will be & w/more components, so if the Antec True430 works like a champ for you, it should work great for me. Also, how good is the Floppy & a PCMCIA dual card reader & which do you have?
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December 12, 2004 2:55:45 PM

I love the PCMCIA card reader, I have a Leica Robotic Total Station for surveying which uses a 20MB PCMCIA card for data storage, and it works great. About a 3 or 4MB second transfer rate. I don't see why these have not replaced the floppy, they work great.

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December 14, 2004 11:55:25 AM

Thanks for the help.
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