Our bud's at Overclockers Club Canada look at the Zalman ZM300A-APF 300W PSU.
It's pretty good
and it's quite quiet too!
As the noise by the fans in our systems continue to get louder, the more
hair is pulled out of our heads for the mini-construction-site that we so hate,
yet we keep adding more and more high-powered components in there to make it
faster and hotter for our business and entertainment needs of today and tomorrow.
Many companies such as Antec and Enermax have resorted to manufacturing "quiet"
versions of their own fan products for a while, as most computer users have
noticed. Continuing with the Zalman tradition of running a quiet system, today
I will be looking at their super-quiet ZM300A-APF 300W switching power supply.
Then they bust out a How
To guide on LED Light Strips! =)
I recently neared completion on my project The Shark, but after getting
some constructive critisism I realized that I didn't have enough interior lighting.
I had a few red LED's lying around and figured I could probably make an interior
light which would fit in with my colour scheme much cheaper than going out and
spending $30-40 on a cold cathode or other pre-made solution. And heck, I always
learn something new when going DIY (Do It Yourself) and this project was certainly