Suggeset a Good Replacement for my SMPS and UPS.

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  1. Yoda

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    Hi

    I want to replace my SMPS and my UPS.

    I have a UPS (SBS 500VA Local Brand) and SMPS( i think its 300 )

    Suggest Good Ones that will be suitable for my PC and it can withstand the
    Power demand of the below components.

    The products should guard against Voltage Fluctuations and leakages, Short Circuits and other possible threats that may affect my PCs Compenents.

    AMD Athlon 2600+ Barton Core
    ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe
    512MB DDR RAM
    Gigabyte ATI Radeon 9600XT (128MB DDR)
    Samsung 15' Monitor
    Samsung 80GB HDD (7200 rpm)
    Floppy Drive
    Sony DVD-ROM
    Samsung CD-RW
    Modem
    Keyboard(Logitech)
    Mouse(Logitech)

    Maxtor HDD 14GB (I rerely use this HDD as a Slave).

    Thanx,
    Arsenal.
     
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    Yoda

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    Some more points.

    I forgot to Write one important point.

    Since I lost my 2 Month Old ASUS A7N8X-Deluxe due to Voltage Fluctuation, this time I want to make sure I get the best SMPS and the Best UPS.

    Within days I will get the MB Replacement.

    One of my friends says that if I have Radoen 9600, I should have atleast 450 V SMPS. Is that true.

    Whats the price of Antec SMPS 450 V (or)

    Suggest the best Brand with 450 V.

    And suggest the Best UPS with 550 or 600 VA.

    Thanx.
    Arsenal.
     
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    UPS without a doubt APC something which will give u a back up for 20 mins will be enough.
    Antec SMPS are the best and you would need min 400V one. I have a geforce 6800 and I use a 400V one and the card needs a power cable as well. So Antec 400 would be enough IMO
     
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