nVIDIA Certifies 5 Thermaltake PSU

"nVIDIA Certifies 5 Thermaltake PSU"

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Thermaltake is well known for its stylish chassis and high performance coolers. But with the newest "Tough power" PSU series, Thermaltake successfully becomes one of the strongest competitors in the PSU industry.

Thermaltake's newest addition in PSU: Tough power 650W, 700W, 750W plus Pure power TWV 500W and the unique 5.25" drive bay VGA PSU Power Express 250W, all have been certified by NVIDIA for its SLI Technology. Certification from NVIDIA clearly demonstrates the quality and functionality that Thermaltake PSU qualifies for Tier One PSU manufactures.

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29-08-2006, 13:57:18

After much umming and arring, and some excelent advice from the guys in the Hexus forums, I am now the proud owner of an inspiron 6400 :D

Piccies -

The Laptop closed -


The Laptop - open - back facing


Face on -


Specs wise -

Intel Centrino Duo (Core Duo) T2500 - 2Ghz
2Gb DDR-667
Dell 1680x1050 15.4" TFT
80Gb IDE Hard Disk
Radeon Mobility X1300 Graphics

And the best bit - due to the free double memory, free delivery - it cost £940, which I didn't think was too bad. Using it so far, I think I'll be able to turn off the paging file to enable better battery life (less hdd usage) and the processor seems to be able to run at 998mhz for most of the time (except when running image editors, or installing stuff)

Just thought I'd show off really, :P

29-08-2006, 14:03:31

nice lappy dude :)

29-08-2006, 14:07:20

and a cpu-z screenie


29-08-2006, 15:35:24

is that like a e6400?

29-08-2006, 15:45:35

its yonah based - not memrom, but in principle probably more in line with the e6300 due to architecture changes :)

29-08-2006, 15:57:03

well thats a beast of a laptop then!

29-08-2006, 15:58:25


well thats a beast of a laptop then!

aye, not too shonky :D

29-08-2006, 16:57:00

Nice purchase Dave, these Yonahs really motorboat some serious booby.

30-08-2006, 14:09:55


Nice purchase Dave, these Yonahs really motorboat some serious booby.

Indeed they do, (if I've translated that correctly :worship: )

30-08-2006, 14:22:30

thats a beast mate! hope you enjoy it!!

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