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I have decided on most of the rig and ordered it. The only thing is the PSU.

 

The PCP&C is too expensive and i was looking for something that would be UV reactive as i have a window on my case.

This is what i have got coming at the moment.

 

DFI LAN Party UT NF4 SLI-DR

AMD Athlon64 4400+ Dual Core CPU Retail (90nm) S939

Crucial 2GB kit (1GBx2), Ballistix Tracer 184-pin DIMM (with LEDs), DDR PC4000

XFX GeForce 7800GTX Extreme Edition 256MB GDDR3 VIVO TV-Out/Dual DVI (PCI-Express)

Hitachi T7K250 Deskstar 250GB 7200rpm ATA150 SATAII 8MB Cache - OEM

Pioneer DVR-110D 16x X 16x DVD ±R/±RW Dual Layer Black - OEM x2

Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition - OEM (OS-001-MS)

 

I have around about £130 to spend so advice please. Needs to be Active PFC and possibly UV reactive

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I have decided on most of the rig and ordered it. The only thing is the PSU.

 

The PCP&C is too expensive and i was looking for something that would be UV reactive as i have a window on my case.

This is what i have got coming at the moment.

 

DFI LAN Party UT NF4 SLI-DR

AMD Athlon64 4400+ Dual Core CPU Retail (90nm) S939

Crucial 2GB kit (1GBx2), Ballistix Tracer 184-pin DIMM (with LEDs), DDR PC4000

XFX GeForce 7800GTX Extreme Edition 256MB GDDR3 VIVO TV-Out/Dual DVI (PCI-Express)

Hitachi T7K250 Deskstar 250GB 7200rpm ATA150 SATAII 8MB Cache - OEM

Pioneer DVR-110D 16x X 16x DVD ±R/±RW Dual Layer Black - OEM x2

Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition - OEM (OS-001-MS)

 

I have around about £130 to spend so advice please. Needs to be Active PFC and possibly UV reactive

 

 

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Sorry guys but that didnt really help. As i stated i looked at some PSU's and i also looked at the A list. Im in the UK and need active PFC and was looking for english sites. that enermax is nice but i hate the grey/biege colour of the actual unit.

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Sorry guys but that didnt really help. As i stated i looked at some PSU's and i also looked at the A list. Im in the UK and need active PFC and was looking for english sites. that enermax is nice but i hate the grey/biege colour of the actual unit.
Check out the Hiper Type R's 480W & 580W, my UK friends love them. ;)

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Check out the Hiper Type R's 480W & 580W, my UK friends love them. ;)

 

 

I like those Hiper PSU. Thinking about picking one up. Guess I would have to build another rig for it to go in :D

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i would but i got told that i need a alist one :(
The Hiper Type R's were added to the "recommended" list,

because of the very high (& unfair IMO) prices of "A" list PSU's in the UK & EU.

 

These are NOT competors to the PC P&C's or OCZ's or even Antec's or Enermax's,

but they are "pretty good" PSU's that are available at reasonable prices to our members across the pond.

 

Dave ;)

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The Hiper Type R's were added to the "recommended" list,

because of the very high (& unfair IMO) prices of "A" list PSU's in the UK & EU.

 

These are NOT competors to the PC P&C's or OCZ's or even Antec's or Enermax's,

but they are "pretty good" PSU's that are available at reasonable prices to our members across the pond.

 

Dave ;)

 

So for a SLI model that is active PFC which do you recommend thats in the A list. If you could research this it would be great help. The enermax one that has UV reactive braiding looks nice. I would then get a Molex kit and change the molexs

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So for a SLI model that is active PFC which do you recommend thats in the A list. If you could research this it would be great help. The enermax one that has UV reactive braiding looks nice. I would then get a Molex kit and change the molexs
The "UK/EU" models of all "A" list SLI PSU's have active PFC as per law. :nod:

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