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    Default Digital Tigers Stratosphere Hyperion

    I was curious as to what kind of PSU a high end graphics workstation would use. I was browsing around and found "the industry's quietest pro workstation."

    Interesting.

    Dual dual-core Opteron CPU's, support for up to 18 screens....

    POWERED BY TWO AEROCOOL ZERO DBA 500W PSU's!!!

    Apparently wired in parallel somehow since they make a "quad 12V rail (74A total)" claim.

    http://www.digitaltigers.com/stratosphere-hyperion.php

    Yeah... they're expensive... so they "throw in" the Tripp-Lite 1500VA for free.

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    That's crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    That's crazy!
    Yep!

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    The monitor setup almost reminds me of L

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    Silverstone TJ07 = most overpriced case ever.

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    It's an expensive case, but have you ever had a TJ07 in front of you.. in person?

    OMG that thing is a monster. The aluminum is as thick as an aluminum skillet!

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    Silverstone gets great PS's but their cases are always lacking... ='( I mean the TJ09 is great but only a 120.2 radiator allowed. I mean it wouldn't have been hard to get another .1 in there. Just take out the top bay. A GTS 120.2 seems perfect but at $270... Everything else seems ok... Their intake on the TJ09 is a very novel idea and I think it'll work great. But a little modding and I could do that with a regular case. Pricewise Lian Li>Silverstone. Though I mean the Lian Li's aren't perfect either. There's always a few things I'd change hehe but that's with everything. The PC-A10 would have been perfect if that had just inverted the mobo...

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    The cases are great, just expensive. For the price I would much rather have a Lian Li.
    -dB

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    Silverstone cases are awesome. NO case is PERFECT. Just have a look at what others offer. Lian li costs significantly more and is still just the way they were ages ago. That's not a bad thing. Coolermaster is coming out with overblinged crap, the next thermaltake.

    There's no case that's perfect for everyone. How many cases on the market let you put a 120.3 rad entirely inside, with the exception of the coolermaster stacker?

    Jonny, I know Slart really does have a tj07 and doesn't like it.

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    How does a LianLi cost more then a Silverstone? They both have similar cases at every price point (except under $100).
    -dB

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