Power Supply and Case cutting tools

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Dimoe, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    Hey, I happen to need a new power supply. I currently have ATX p4 300w power supply.

    This is what I need to connect:
    (1) ASUS A7V333 Mobo
    (1) Floppy drive
    (1) DVD-ROM
    (1) CD-ROM
    (2) Twin Turbo 12v Case Fans (connected to power supply)
    (1) Volcano 7+ heat sink
    (2) Hard-drives
    (1) 12v Case Fan (Power Supply)
    (1) Neon Light (Blue)

    FUTURE:
    (1) ATI Radeon 10000 or some NV30 card (Dunne, whatever comes out before Christmas) I know they will/might need extra floppy connecter.

    What power supply would you guys suggest 350w? 400w? 450w?

    Also I plan on adding and extra case fan with filter to bottom of case (no need explaining) and a blowhole to top of case. I heard that a holeslaw or dremel tool might do the job.

    You guys have any thoughts on what tool might be best for the cheapest price???
     
  2. [CpK]Bastid

    [CpK]Bastid Guest

    ive used dremel, rotozip, and nibbler

    if its an aluminum case rotozip should eat that thing up....good for large areas

    rotozip bits not good for steel tho...went thru 3 bits makind dvd drive window.

    nibbler is good for small areas ...
     
  3. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    whats a nibbler??? i need to install case fans, so i need something to cut in a small area. And how about the prices of these tools?
     
  4. [CpK]Bastid

    [CpK]Bastid Guest

  5. Jz1397-5

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    if you are going to use a jigsaw (refering to catch23) remember to use a steel bit. as for power supply get the biggest one, cause you never know.