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Kingwin Triple Fan 450 watt ATX PSU & Thermaltake Hardcano 5 Reviews

Kingwin Triple Fan 450 watt ATX PSU & Thermaltake Hardcano 5 Reviews news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages
By: TweakTown Staff | Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Oct 11, 2002 5:11 pm

For those of you in need of a new power supply for that new setup or because the old one just isn't up to the task anymore might like to head over to Overclocker Cafe and check out their review of Kingwin's Triple Fan 450w PSU.

The selector switch gives you the option of auto, low, and medium. With the selector switch set to 'medium' the unit was anything but silent. Not annoying just very noticeable. In low mode, things were pretty much silent. Set in the auto position, the fan speed is controlled by a temperature probe embedded in the PSU's heatsink.
More information at Overclocker Cafe




This one maybe a little short but for those looking at buying Thermaltake's Hardcano 5 may find the information that PCReviewSpot has is more than enough to make that decission on whether to buy one or not.

As you can see in the graphs, the fan is capable of keeping the drive a full 7C below what it would normally be. This 7C could translate into a few years more of life for your drive! Overall this is a great product that has a great many uses. You can hook up virtually any fan to the fan switch, the thermal probe can be used to record temperatures on a limitless amount of things such as RAM, hard drives, cpu's, gpu's, north bridge chips, and even ambient case temps.
More information at PCReviewSpot


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