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03-29-2002, 01:27 AM
Take a look at the specs on this PSU!
Not bad eh?
04-01-2002, 08:05 PM
not to harp or anything but I have had really great luck with Directron, shipping and packaging. I would recomend them anyday.
04-01-2002, 10:11 PM
Very nice specs, especially the 5V line IA. I'll have to keep them in mind for my next build. I like the dual fans also, nice find.
04-02-2002, 03:39 AM
I'm impressed; I'm looking to upgrade all my PSU's and this one looks like a winner.....
04-02-2002, 04:18 AM
Good prices on their RDRAM. Has anyone used their memory?
Power supply looks good, too. That's the problem, wanna buy everything I see. no comments, please.
04-02-2002, 04:51 AM
Pat: A lot of places have lowered the price on RDRAMs, but if you want to shop around, check out NewEgg.com, they have the same quality product, value, and excellent customer service as Directron.
The Silent TT-400SS 420W PSU is the best value and here's why.
TT-300SS/320W (+3.3V~26A, +5V~32A, +12V~15A) = $34
TT-400SS/420W (+3.3V~26A, +5V~42A, +12V~18A) = $46 <- Me!
TT-450SS/470W (+3.3V~28A, +5V~47A, +12V~18A) = $75
TT-500SS/520W (+3.3V~28A, +5V~50A, +12V~20A) = $85
Can you believe there's a $29 differential between the TT-400 and TT-450? And for what? 2 more amps on the 3.3V and 5 more amps on the 5V rail? Weird isn't it? It's safe to say anything above 40A on the 5V is enough to overclock anything you might throw at it. Must resist. But no money this month, so I'll just drool over VH's review of it when it's up.
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