|29-06-2007, 03:20 PM||#9 (permalink)|
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Re: Cheap CM 1000W psu quick test
By inthedoghouseThere is no mains switch at the back of the unit, so if you wanna turn it off altogeather you have to turn it off from the mains power point. The PCIe connectors of which there are 4 have both 8 pin & 6 pin options which is handy. It seems very quiet to me even with my 4 x 120mm fans in my CM stacker case. Certainly no louder than the Thermaltake 750W unit.
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