Liam Bedford wrote:
> It still has a 300W PSU, but if I could be bothered to get a 55W jobbie
> I could use that (I don't know
> if when the power isn't being pulled is it being used?).
Of course not. But the 300W will need a fan.
Also look at the efficiency specs for PSUs.
You can get a nice fanless 50W PSU.
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