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1U/uSFF PSU Recommendations? 300-500w

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Scouting out pieces for a modification I have coming in the future that will call for 1U/uSFF PSU's

Looking around via google and finding a couple, but wondering if there was recommendations.

They would be individually pushing an i7 Quad clocked as high as it can go for 24/7/365

Depending on pricing at the time purchase could determine if I can snag hex's but for the moment lets keep it to quads and leave enough headroom for:

3930K
750Ti w/ 6pin

Also, obviously the 1U form factor is a bit loud with the fan, is there a way to control that? Or is it controlled via temperature?
    
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Usually temperature controlled. If noise is any concern, may as well go 500W.

In fact, the Seasonic SS-500L1U, which turns the fan off for mid-lower loads. Quality is along the lines of the mid-higher retail ATX Seasonic units but with worse performance. Yeah, you're paying extra to get that wattage at that form factor.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151129
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=276
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Thanks for the suggestion man, the cables look much longer than some of the ones I was looking at, which I will need for how Im going to have to hide/route them

I dont mind modifying them if needed, i.e. replacing aluminum for copper heatinks or the like. Im used to having a fan on anyways, however I know the smaller higher RPM they are the higher pitch dB. Which wouldnt be cool lol
    
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