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Old 01-25-2006, 10:04 AM   #11
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P-180 is better than P-160 for the same price and the Antec PSUs arent king of mainstream anymore. Its all about the OCZ Powerstream 520 and 600.
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abowlofrice, i would stay away from that case unless you want your room to sound like a jet engine. That case is extremely loud. I would know because i have owned that case and have given up on it. It doesnt even cool as well as my P-180. My P-180 is pretty quiet compared to the cooling from the fans. The P-180 has exceptional air flow so your components stay nice a cool without the noise.

true true, i have the cheaper version of that case, its in my sig, and it is LOUD. but since noise isnt a big issue in my room ,its okay, at least it looks cool
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Dont you need an SLI graphics card for an SLI motherboard??
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What do you guys think about the Coolermaster Centurion 5. It looks perfect. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811119077
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To be honest with you, that is a very good case. Its a good all around case, yet it isnt the best in one thing. This case can be modded very easily and at stock, it provides good cooling using the right fans.
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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...351&CatId=1844
dude i bought my case wit psu, and it is kick ass!
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How can you trust your computer with a 400 watt generic PSU...
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Dont you need an SLI graphics card for an SLI motherboard??
yes u do
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