New U Series Notebooks from ASUS

"Asus claim to have answered the question of "form or function?" by adopting the approach "Why not both?" with their new thin and lightweight U Series notebooks. "

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Asus claim to have answered the question of “form or function?” by adopting the approach "Why not both?" with their new thin and lightweight U Series notebooks. Inspired by "one of nature’s thinnest, most aesthetically pleasing and most graceful creations, the butterfly" Asus' U Series notebooks are crafted to offer a thin and lightweight notebook that packs a punch in terms of performance. Armed with Intel ULV processors and Core 2 Duo processors the U series notebooks offer plenty of processing power for today's demanding applications.
Tailored for the multimedia user, the U series notebooks are equipped with Altec Lansing speakers featuring SRS Premium Sound, offering a truly immersive aural experience. Incorporating Express Gate technology the U series notebooks allow users to access commonly used applications like instant messengers and access to the Internet in just 8 seconds.
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29-04-2009, 14:29:32

hey people,

im buying a new psu today and wanted to go with something modular that can power:

i7 920
asus p6t6
6gb memory
2 ssd drives
1 storage hard drive
2 gtx 275's
cd drive/burner

I would also like headroom to overclock, upgrade and add in a water loop. Would an 850w do it? I was looking at the Antec TPQ-850 Coniunous Power.

Im trying to keep the cost down but id rather get a power supply that will work, so i would like your opinions please :)

29-04-2009, 14:32:18

Id look at the Corsair 1000w or the Enermax 950w tbh matey, they are probably THE 2 best psu's around at the minute and will server upo those componants a good steady flow of power for overclocking too.

29-04-2009, 14:57:36

I use the Antec Quattro 1000w which ive never had a bit of bother with all the time i've had it.

Cable braid isnt up to much if looks are an issue but if its performance your after then it gets my thumbs up.

29-04-2009, 16:09:35

thanks, i checked out the reviews and decided to go for Corsair 1000. Just ordered it, my wallet hates me :D

29-04-2009, 16:48:07

You wont be dissapointed dude

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