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SiliconFreak -> “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/27/2004 5:44:40 PM)

Enthusiasts have always searched for the best in quality and performance, but now appearance is just as important. In the case of power supplies, not only will high wattage and amps be the deciding factor, the power supply must look good in an enthusiast’s windowed case. Enter Ultra Products’ next generation power supply, the X-Connect. This innovative 500W PSU not only has the muscle to keep your system powered, it has a beautiful look to it that would appeal to all modders and enthusiasts alike. So let’s take a look together at this beautiful and powerful unit.
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SiliconFreak -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/27/2004 5:53:53 PM)

come onnnnn...34dB is a lot to You? dont be so picky...look on the bright side...it also has 34A output....so...enough power to also power your entire house [:D][:D][;)][:)]




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SiliconFreak -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/27/2004 6:05:02 PM)

[;)]

Actually its the best i have seen so far also! Really very nice piece...but not for me...I mean...why would average user need such MONSTER PS!?? [:D][:D][:D] And I also know exactly how it is with noise...especially at nights...those fans may drive You crazy sometimes...I have 7 of them in the box...and believe me...they sure are LOUDDDDDDD [8D]...maybe its really time to go into water cooling ASAP! [;)]




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SiliconFreak -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/29/2004 6:36:06 AM)

[:D][:)][;)]




sp -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/30/2004 4:28:27 AM)

The newest Mitsubishi split air-conditioning systems, at 9,000BTU and low speed run at below 27DB noise level at 1m.

Certainly they consume over 1KVA and are much, much quiter than some ad hoc in-house constructions which seem hi-tech to pc enthusiasts with a limited understuding of today's industry manufacturing processes...




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SiliconFreak -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/30/2004 7:11:18 AM)

Stop arguing You two [:)] I read somewhere few days ago (but just cant remember where to provide more details) that some scientists have invented some new materials which are almost immune to temperature changes...and that they might be used into computer - electronics within few years if not even sooner...so forget about all fans and water cooling systems...soon we will run computers as we did some 5-7 years ago....only CPU...without those big aluminium stuff above...and without fans everywhere...[:)][;)]

The only thing I wonder about...is whether this "new material" is also that good in other aspects...because You would need to produce complete CPU out of it (or other complete components) and not just outer case...otherways it would be even worse...because the heat from other components (from inside the CPU in that case) wont spread out effectively (like at aluminium or copper), but instead it would be "trapped" inside...causing other components to acchieve much higher temperatures as they do now...[:@]

Well lets hope for the best...[:D][;)]




sp -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/31/2004 10:41:19 AM)

10-15 years ago a us president declared superconductivity the technology of the decade.
I do not know how much us has achieved on this since yet, though...




SiliconFreak -> RE: “X-Connect” 500W Power Supply Review! (8/31/2004 11:11:59 AM)

dont know either...[:)][;)]

Maybe someone from Area51 could provide us with more info!? [8D][:D]




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