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Will My PSU Suit The Antec Nine Hundred Case?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by hung.n.bled, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. hung.n.bled

    hung.n.bled Thread Starter

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    i want the antec nine hundred case but since the PSU sits att he base, im not sure if the power cables r long enough to reach the power connectors on the mobo.

    my PSU is the CoolerMaster 600W iGreen Power

    my mobo is


    Asus P5ND2-SLI


    help please?
     
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    You shouldn't have problems with the main 24pin power cable - as mobos have that in the front. But the AUX 4-pin (black & yellow) can be tricky.

    You can snake it inder the video card between the back of the case - next to the mobo... or buy an extender cable if needed.

    Read some reviews: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129021

    PS: the only complaints people seem to have the most problem with - is that there are no filters for the fan and so it SUCKS in lots of dust. (The thing has 4 fans in it) - so it looks cool and quiet.

    I think FILTERS are important for keeping the dust out. My P150 has 2 filters in the front which every few months, I have to clean off. The black version of the P150 doesn't include a PSU and is $100.
     
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    hung.n.bled Thread Starter

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    well i have the CoolerMaster Centurion C5 case, which has like a material stuck to the mesh like front, to prevent dust, so the inside is nice and clean. hmmmm..... im not sure if the antec nine hundred is such a good idea then because where my pc is, theres often alotta dust.. and dusty hardware isnt very nice... i dont use a 4 pin connecter to the mobo, i use an 8 pin, but same dif and same probs. i feel an adapter will be a bit of a pain to find aswell. well thanks. ill prob consider not buying the case, int he pics it actually looks like mesh were the fans r to stop dust. but i must be mistaken.
     
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