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Just ordered from Amazon on the 23rd. At time of order it said 2-4 weeks and now it says 1-4 weeks /fingers crossed

Amazon has always been excellent with delivery times so hopefully I can get it even sooner, who knows.

And if you're wondering why I'm willing to wait, that's because I used credit card points to make the purchase, hurray for free gear!
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This PSU will fit perfectly in a Silverstone PJ08B-E correct?
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This PSU will fit perfectly in a Silverstone PJ08B-E correct?

I'm assuming you mean the TJ08B-E? Yes it will fit with lots of room to spare and it comes with an ATX mounting bracket. My TJ08-E fits a 160mm long AX850 just fine so getting this PSU might be a bit overkill.
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This PSU will fit perfectly in a Silverstone PJ08B-E correct?

I bet you mean TJ08B-E. It will fit, the cables are shorter than standard cable sets. I bet you would need to buy longer cables. The TJ08B-E has plenty of room for an ATX PSU, this PSU would be a waste in that case IMO.
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For anyone planning to recrimp or sleeve the wires.

The connectors on the PSU side are the same as on the board side. The Sata and 4-pin "molex" wires connect into 6-pin PCIe style connectors. They all seem to be 1-to-1 and obvious from the wire colours. However, the ATX connector has an extra 3.3V sense wire (double wire on pin 13 motherboard side) running to the optional -5V (pin 20 PSU side). That got me worried because I hate sleeving double crimped wires, so I tried removing it (it's the orange wire wrapped in electrical tape in the pic). I thought PSU might not want to start up without the sense wire, but it seems to run fine.

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Sooooooo tempting to build a performance ITX system now.
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I am going to attempt returning mine. It has turned out to be exceedingly noisy - the loudest part in my case =/
   
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Nooooo, dont say that :-( .....
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I am going to attempt returning mine. It has turned out to be exceedingly noisy - the loudest part in my case =/

Exceedingly noisy? No need to exaggerate. You can hear a soft rush of air, and if you put your ear right up to it, you can hear the fan humming.

I'm not surprised there are going to be people who are going to want a PSU that would go unnoticed in a library, but it's a trade off. We want small, we want powerful, but we shouldn't be shocked that it needs to cool itself.
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To each his own but I don't believe this will be any noisier than the older ST45SF (though your unit may have a fault, who knows - best of luck with the return). If you truly want no noise then go for a fanless standard ATX PSU since it will fit your case anyway.
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