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Thread: It's a LV-670M question, or another "which psu?" question

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    It's a LV-670M question, or another "which psu?" question

    I've searched, and I've seen some of the posts on the LV-670M, but nothing too solid.

    I have recently purchased one, and plan on using it with a 2.2ghz processor. I've read that page with all the watts and whatever, and I figure about 60W for the processor...

    So I would like to know which one people would recommend for this Motherboard/processor combo. I'll be using 512mb ddr ram, a laptop HD, and a slimline slotloading dvd drive (with the occasional usb hub action). I ask this because I wanted to use the M2-atx, but some posts say it won't work with this motherboard (though the 96W on the 12v rail should be enough) unless it's purchased from ituner (which is now www.mini-box.com right?). Is that true? Or is the one from 321short-circuit just as good?

    What other psu's are recommended for this setup?
    Thanks in advance.


    EDIT: I know how to use the search function - my question has more to do with not understanding why the lv-670M doesn't work with a psu that it should work fine with, and wondering if any other psu's have the same issue. If i missed it while searching, feel free to show me the thread.

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    OK, seriously, nobody? I'll take anything guys, comon now, if someone can ask about a driver door light (for crying out loud!!) can nobody answer my ? about the M2-atx psu on a commell board?

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