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X-Pro Super Silent PSU 400w

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Stock may vary from item pictured. Retail pictures do not guarantee retail products.


Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 14759  
Stock code: POW-XPR-MPT-400P
Manuf. code: na
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Description:

A super silent PSU with cool blue lights!

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer x-pro
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://www.x-pro.com.tw
Warranty Start Delay (days) 14
Aria Warranty Only? Yes

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Comment by Kevin

Hi i have just got 1 of these for my pc to replace my old 1...i have noticed about the heavyness of this psu...its really heavy..but the question i want to ask is...is the psu supposed to go warm and then give out warm air out of the back of the psu?? my case seems even wormer than before now...so i wanted to know if something has happened that isnt supposed to...thats all thanks!! but great psu tho!!

Response by Chris R
Yeah, this thing in meant to draw the warm air out... Make sure you plug the fan header into the motherboard so it spins round! Heavy = Quality ;)

Comment by Matt

with my old power supply my computer turns off during games i have; Amd athalon 64 bit 3500+ Ati 9800pro 128 mb 1 gb kingston ram 80 gb hardrive

Response by Hokum
This shoudl be ok, but i always recommend a quality PSU like a Tagan or enermax.

Comment by Andrew

Will this fit a Dell dimension 5100? I just got a GEforce 6800 GT and there are not enough Molex connectors, with the hard drive being SATA. Will this be suitable?

Comment by Matt

Will 400W be enough or should i go for higher? Intel P4 530 + heatsink & fan, 2x 1gb DDR2 SDRAM, Abit AA8 DuraMAX, 200Gb Barracuda SATA, DVD-ROM, DVD-RW, ATI X700 Pro / PCI-E 256Mb with Ice-Q... and Floppy+Card reader Thanks for your help.

Response by Hadge
Should be fine!

Comment by will

I recently installed this, and i am woundering whether this is suffient for my system. P4 3.2, 6800, ABIT IC7 MAX3, i dont think it is heat related, but when playing half life 2, my computer switches itself off. Any suggestions?

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