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r0n9

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hi guys.. hav some hardware issues to ask u..

what is the max number of drives a 250W power supply can support? currently..i hav a DVD-Rom reader, a cd-writer and my primary harddisk which is 20GB.. i'm thinking of adding a 80GB drive but can the power supply supprt that or will it give way? :sweatsm:

and.. am i too outdated? cos i went searching for RDRAM in Sim Lim yesterday but to no avail.. they still carry RDRAM rite? hopefully.. :sweat:

heh.. thanks in advance..
you guys have been a great help to me ;)
 

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Yes, a good/true 250W can supply the above as you mentioned and more. If it's just an OEM brand, also can. Should not be an issue.

RD-RAM is still available I believe, but not too sure of price.
 

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r0n9 said:
and.. am i too outdated? cos i went searching for RDRAM in Sim Lim yesterday but to no avail.. they still carry RDRAM rite? hopefully.. :sweat:
Try Memory World @ Funan IT Mall 5th floor or Sim Lim Square (forgotten which floor) for the RD-RAM.
 

r0n9

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:D thx jordan.. i'll probably pop down to Funan later..
and michael.. how u define good/true? erm.. its ard 2years old.. never been dropped/experienced lighting strike and its from a Dell package.. :confused: hmm.. good enough? heh.. :sweat:
 

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