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post #21 of 26
id go with either a small corsair, ocz, zalman, antec or cooler master
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post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by Mxbn0 View Post
would that be enough watts? an oc'd q6600 can use 170 watts or more alone
Yeah it would be alright. The quad can use that much but he doesn't have much else in the system so the total will only be like 200W.

edit: Since the budget is up, either that CM I linked earlier or either of these: the FSP built Silverstone ST350, or the Antec EA-500.
Edited by shinji2k - 6/26/08 at 6:00am
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post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by lemans81 View Post
it will never do another thing. So I need a very reliable power supply, this will be running one dvdrom drive
Why have a DVDrom drive? It just sucks some of the power away. My old PSU came with case was 420 watt. But the 12v rail was only getting 11.11 I took out my DVD burner and it went to 11.33. That little difference took my pc from booting up 1 time every 10 tries to 90% of the time.

Before it would slowly freeze after being on it for 30 - 1 hr. After i took it out, it never locked up on me.

LOL, i bought a game a few days before my new PSU came in... Took a couple tries to get the thing installed heh. Started to debate mapping my dvd drive on laptop and running it trough cat5
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post #24 of 26
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LOL, i bought a game a few days before my new PSU came in... Took a couple tries to get the thing installed heh. Started to debate mapping my dvd drive on laptop and running it trough cat5
hahah

thats called desperation...




back on track - go with whatever you think you would see fit as it is your choice. should you want to keep this folding for a long time and just replace the cpu whenever in the future, the extra 20-30 bucks will probably be worth it for your bills and peace of mind.
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post #25 of 26
if you have a cheap PSU around just use that. If it has any issues, then buy a new one.

If you are building a PC purly for folding... im sure you have a PSU laying around.
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post #26 of 26
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Yeah I have looked that one over, again and again, but I have done a lot of mail in rebates and only recieved about 40% so losing that $30 makes the deal a lot less appealing.



For many reasons, one the cost of buying a gpu(good folding one is going to be $130+ easily) plus the cost to my electric bill, read my response to the next reply for more on that.
Would a $19 HD3450 yield more points than a single 3.6GHz C2D core?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102724
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