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    PSU help , pos or ok ?

    my new pc's case came with a 350 Watt Channel Well Tech PSU , i havent used it yet as i am in the progress of gettin the last part i need [new windows cd] and then ill be off.

    Will the psu be eny good or should i upgrade fast?

    Danke for eny help

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    Unoriginal Macho Moderator nikhsub1's Avatar
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    If I'm not mistaken, Channel Well 'should' be a decent PSU. Try it out and see...
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    i hope so

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    Shadow рс's after me!!! Tismedt's Avatar
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    It will serve you well since you are not ocing. If you start adding lots of stuff or start OCing you my want to think about a better psu.

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    im going to upgrade to a 550 watt when i get the money
    along with a nicer water cooling block but i wont be overclocking till i get a larger power supply.

    well ill be overclocking to a 1800mhz probably till i get more money to upgrade the stuff i listed. ect ect.

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    Aren't Antec's just rebranded Channel Well's?

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    i have no idea.

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    This Japanese website shows that the Antec 350W SmartPower and 380W TruePower are rebadged Channel Well Technology. Notice "CWT" (barely) printed on top of each transformer:


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    Member SemiCycle's Avatar
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    I know you need good "clean" power, but I currently have all of the following running on a 160 watt power supply

    P4 2.4Ghz
    256MB DDR
    Radeon 9700Pro
    SB Audigy
    Modem
    16x DVD drive
    48X CDRW
    floppy

    The system has been running 24/7 crunching seti when I'm not messing with it.

    BTW, it is a pre-built system from an "unamed manufacturer", but I have not had one lock or error with this machine. I've also researched many other current.
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