Win a 750w Modular Power Supply With OC3D & Silverstone

"Overclock3D in association with Silverstone are offering every OC3D forum member the chance to win a top-end 750w Strider modular PSU. All you have to do is answer a simple question!"

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Overclock3D in association with Silverstone are offering every OC3D forum member the chance to win a top-end 750w Strider modular PSU.

Recently reviewed by Overclock3D, the Silverstone Strider ST75F proved to be a great modular power supply capable of powering any high-end rig. Silverstone have also put up an amazing runner-up prize of an Ensemble EB01 Digital to Analogue converter. This device is capable of improving the sound quality of digital music formats such as MP3.


How to win

What you need to do in order to win this competition is send an email to entries[at]overclock3d{dot}net complete with this form and answering this question: "How many power supplies does Silverstone currently have listed on their website". Here is a helpful link.

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26-04-2006, 09:40:32

jiffz
[QUOTE=specialtech]Sorry for the delay on getting the fans updated for you. There isnt any tech specs on them.

Green Fans :D

I've put then in stock but they arent due in till friday, hope this is ok with you.

P.s what part o wales you from[/QUOTE]

I'm sorry for being fussy here but I do need to know that they will be quiet. Currently I have some nice lookin Ebuyer ones in my rig that makes my pc loud as hell! :mad:

I am from West Wales mate, do u know Cardigan???

26-04-2006, 09:46:13

FragTek
Usually a generic fan won't be what you will want to go with if you're looking for quiet. You'll need to find a nice name brand fan that's labeled for queit operation to ensure you won't get a jet engine in your case :)

26-04-2006, 09:48:14

Kempez
right then lets sort this out

Jiffz:

[quote=SpecialTech] * Size: 80 x 80 x 25 mm*
Rated Voltage: 12 VDC*
Bearing Type: Rifle bearing (patented)*
Input Current: 0.15 A*
Rotation Speed: 2500 RPM* Air flow: 32.11 CFM*
Acoustical Noise: 25.0 dB(A)*
Input Power: 1.80 W.*
Life Expectance: 50,000 hrs.*
Continuous at 25C , 45~85% relative humidity[/quote]

Link

First link on google for that product id.

25dba is not totally silent nor is it particularly loud. Throttle them with a fan controller for more quiet :)

26-04-2006, 09:51:41

specialtech
The coolermaster ones arent back in for a while. Dang coolermaster supply chains leave more than a lot to be desired.

XMS has a db level meter so I might get one in myself to get some results up. I hate it when i cant find information like that myself.

26-04-2006, 14:54:30

prob1o
Think i better step in here! There is slim chance we will get hold of the coolermaster fans as i think they have actually been discontinued! Correct me if i'm wrong!

Otherwise i am ordering some SilenX iXtrema Green 80mm fans in next week which are only 14dBA. I know, I know, they are stupidly expensive - but they are the daddy! Hope that helps!

26-04-2006, 15:42:27

jiffz
[QUOTE=prob1o]Think i better step in here! There is slim chance we will get hold of the coolermaster fans as i think they have actually been discontinued! Correct me if i'm wrong!

Otherwise i am ordering some SilenX iXtrema Green 80mm fans in next week which are only 14dBA. I know, I know, they are stupidly expensive - but they are the daddy! Hope that helps![/QUOTE]

How expensive we talkin here ;)? I'm going to need two so hopefully they'll be closer to £5 rather than £10 :p (Damn I sound like a cheapskate!!!).

26-04-2006, 16:21:53

Kempez

How expensive we talkin here ;)? I'm going to need two so hopefully they'll be closer to 5 rather than 10 :p (Damn I sound like a cheapskate!!!).



You are rofl!

SilenX are amazing fans :)

26-04-2006, 17:26:03

jiffz
actually i wouldnt mind dishing out for some really nice fans :)

27-04-2006, 04:55:15

prob1o
Don't worry - we'll look after you! :p

27-04-2006, 09:39:51

jiffz
He he. As long as there's to be made retailers will always be there for ya ;)
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