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    Is there any sk41g shuttle users using OPUS 150w dc to dc power supply

    I talk to the guys at OPUS and they said that they are in the works of making a bracket that is supposed to allow the 150w power supply to fit perfect in the shuttle. Is anyone using the power supply now and how does it fit with out this bracket?
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    No idea on the power supply... but I'm just wondering how you like the JL W7's.. i'm thinking of getting those.
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    I had 3 12'' w6 before and the w7's are waaaay better. They would knock the wind out of your lungs if you power them with enough juice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inniss777
    I talk to the guys at OPUS and they said that they are in the works of making a bracket that is supposed to allow the 150w power supply to fit perfect in the shuttle. Is anyone using the power supply now and how does it fit with out this bracket?
    It fits perfectly right over the hard drive. I really don't think you need to worry about a bracket.

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    Just a couple of little questions

    is the opus psu enough for your shuttle s41g?
    Can you find out the exact power rate of your system?

    I'm considering buying me one of these toys.The only problem is that I'm now sure if a 120a PSU I got from ebay will be enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by numberone
    Just a couple of little questions

    is the opus psu enough for your shuttle s41g?
    Can you find out the exact power rate of your system?

    I'm considering buying me one of these toys.The only problem is that I'm now sure if a 120a PSU I got from ebay will be enough
    I guess it would really depend on what you are using with shuttle. I can't really find out what power draw my system has but the Opus has no problem powering it all. What CPU and Video card are you using?
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    Well, I'd take a 2ghz cpu + 3.5" hdd and use the onboard video chip

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberone
    Well, I'd take a 2ghz cpu + 3.5" hdd and use the onboard video chip
    A 120w should work fine. My 150w powers the computer plus the DVD drive, Xenarc, two usb hubs, Wireless access point, gps, and even a game pad. No problems so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naamanf
    A 120w should work fine. My 150w powers the computer plus the DVD drive, Xenarc, two usb hubs, Wireless access point, gps, and even a game pad. No problems so far.
    So your power supply is located between the HDD and the DVD drive?
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