Thermaltake Release The Muse LanDisk

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Thermaltake Muse LanDisk

With the growing popularity of digital media, the need for larger storage devices increases at an exponential speed. It also appears that this is another niche area that Thermaltake are willing to tap into. The Muse LanDisk A2334 aims to address the ever growing storage issue by providing a user friendly setup process that enables instant access to live video, music and storage capability through home network or USB (ATA USB2.0) connection.
If you're interested in getting yourself some NAS for your home network, browse over to  Thermaltake  to find out where you can purchase  the Muse LanDisk.

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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17-09-2006, 06:52:07

WC Annihilus
All right, well I managed to get a 7800GT for dirt cheap (thanks PV for the cooler :)) Specs are in my sig. Only thing that will be added is the 7800gt and possibly another 160gb SATA HDD. I did a rough check on the PSU calc and got 409W for my system, but you can't know for sure. Think my TruePowerII 430W can continue to do the job or should I try to get another one? Worst comes to worst I use the extra 500W SmartPower I have laying around.

17-09-2006, 07:09:58

whats the peak load and amps per 12v rail on that cpu?

17-09-2006, 07:17:41

he means psu, not cpu

17-09-2006, 07:18:13

WC Annihilus
Specs say 17A per rail (2 rails) but obviously can't have that at the same time. I would guess it has a combined amp of 25A or so.
spec sheet if you're interested

17-09-2006, 07:18:46

your psu will be fine :)

17-09-2006, 12:14:09

Yep. :)

18-09-2006, 13:25:02

WC I`m wondering about how you figure 409w, out of interest.

It`s too bad the JourneySystem`s one is so out of date, but I figure:

CPU 90w+ ???
DVD Drives 25 each, 50w ?
Alledgedly 25w per HD, 3 or 4 (not sure if 160 in sig is the one added), 75 / 100w
It only shows a 6800 ultra @ 7xw, so u may figure 80w+ ??
8 fans @ ~2w each, 16w
memory ~30w+, no idea

Something like 341+ to 366+ pretty rough.

Just curious how you thought it out I guess m8y.

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