AeroCool Turbine Power 550 PSU @ Viperlair

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  1. Silverstrand

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    First it was Dual Channel Ram, then Dual Core CPU's and now Dual 12v Rail PSU, this coupled with a modular cabling system to boot.
    "AeroCool has brought to market a short list power supply with the Turbine Power 550. It is an efficient solution that can drive most anything you have to throw at it. There is ample power, connectors and separation of 12V rails to alleviate headaches on high end water coolers and the like. Their design plays nice with your customizations, no matter the level, without taking over as the centerpiece of your hard work."
    http://www.viperlair.com/reviews/cases/other/psu/acoolt550/
     
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