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post #11 of 18
Check your own thread.
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very good power supplies, my friend won two a 900 and a 1300 both very solid.
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Check your own thread.
Yup, got it. Thanks!

Posting your response here for anyone else that may want to know your answer:

Just put it under a screw where it will touch metal. Could be the back of the case, side of the drive bays... doesn't matter as long as it's somewhere that can be used as a ground, which would be something metal that's part of the case.
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post #14 of 18
Hey JonnyGURU,

After reading your site and your responses to my other questiosn about the Tagan BZ700 PSU, I decided to go with the PC Power & Cooling 610W PSU. It doesn't have the pretty colors and neat connectors, but I'm sure I will appreciate its quality. I'll let you know...
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Well, the parts did arrive on 4/23, and of courde, I did not wait until the weekend to put it together. It was a bit harder of an installation then I am used to, and I have to say parto f the problem was the PSU.

I didn't realzie how much I loved modular cables until this PSU. I only used about half of the cbles, and I didn't have a good place to store the rest. Ouch!

Worse even were the SATA connectors. I actually had to run the cable up to the drives, flip it upside down, and then run it back down in order for the connectors to align properly. Veyr poor design. I suppose I could have flipped a couple of my drives upside down, but that bugs me.

Anyway, just venting, because now I have a mass of ugly snakes ties up blocking the cool LEDs of my rig.

JonnyGuru, what's a PSU as good as the PC Power & Cooling 610W that also has modular cables?
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Well, the parts did arrive on 4/23, and of courde, I did not wait until the weekend to put it together. It was a bit harder of an installation then I am used to, and I have to say parto f the problem was the PSU.

I didn't realzie how much I loved modular cables until this PSU. I only used about half of the cbles, and I didn't have a good place to store the rest. Ouch!

Worse even were the SATA connectors. I actually had to run the cable up to the drives, flip it upside down, and then run it back down in order for the connectors to align properly. Veyr poor design. I suppose I could have flipped a couple of my drives upside down, but that bugs me.

Anyway, just venting, because now I have a mass of ugly snakes ties up blocking the cool LEDs of my rig.

JonnyGuru, what's a PSU as good as the PC Power & Cooling 610W that also has modular cables?
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Well, the parts did arrive on 4/23, and of courde, I did not wait until the weekend to put it together. It was a bit harder of an installation then I am used to, and I have to say parto f the problem was the PSU.

I didn't realzie how much I loved modular cables until this PSU. I only used about half of the cbles, and I didn't have a good place to store the rest. Ouch!

Worse even were the SATA connectors. I actually had to run the cable up to the drives, flip it upside down, and then run it back down in order for the connectors to align properly. Veyr poor design. I suppose I could have flipped a couple of my drives upside down, but that bugs me.

Anyway, just venting, because now I have a mass of ugly snakes ties up blocking the cool LEDs of my rig.

JonnyGuru, what's a PSU as good as the PC Power & Cooling 610W that also has modular cables?
M8, you should have gone for the Tagan Piperock, it looks cool and it's tidy, I think they do an 800W or Enermax do a 650W modular PSU.
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M8, you should have gone for the Tagan Piperock, it looks cool and it's tidy, I think they do an 800W or Enermax do a 650W modular PSU.
Yeah, prolly. I wanted stable power and JonnyGuru highly recommended the PC Power & Cooling unit. Oh well. I just changed out the CPU Cooler from a Zalman 9700 LED to a Zalman 9700 NT so I could use the 4-pin connector, and I cleaned up the cables a bit...
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