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Neons, Neons, Neons. We all love coloured Neons, we have seen coloured case fans, LED's, cold cathode's and more. And many of us have even thought about modding a power supply. But why do it yourself? When Antec has released its 480W True Power True Blue Power supply featuring two bright blue LED's and also being super quiet and able to power all those devices in your PC with ease.

The only thing is the 3.3 and 5 rails, I would have liked to seen more from a 480w supply. I do love that blue though. How cool would this look with the clear acrylic psu mod?

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The only thing is the 3.3 and 5 rails
Agree but 38 isn't that bad. I feel anything from 35 up is sufficient for most users.

It is pretty, but since I have no windows not really something I need.

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38 isn't bad, for a 350 or 400 psu, but at 480 I think it should be at least 40. I get along fine with 30A on my 340w Enlight. I don't have a window either, I just drool. Did you know Enlight has a 420w psu? I didn't until a couple of days ago. I have had good luck with Enlight and may purchase it for my test rig. Yeah I am putting together one. One of my builds backed out and I am contemplating ordering the stuff anyway to use as a test system. No frills, just good hardware.

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I personally like Antec PSU's. Have had great luck with them, so they're all I'll use now!

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