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[RFI] RE: Computer generated RFI

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Subject: [RFI] RE: Computer generated RFI
From: N2SCJ@MSN.COM (Turner, Bob)
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 17:07:10 -0500
PC Power & Cooling has a Class B case as well as power supply for sale.
They also have quiet fans.  Their stuff is not cheap.  I think my case and
power supply came in around $125.   I got the mid-tower case.  Well built.


 -----Original Message-----
From:   rfi-admin@contesting.com [mailto:rfi-admin@contesting.com]  On Behalf
Of Phil Duff
Sent:   Wednesday, December 12, 2001 12:15 AM
To:     rfi@contesting.com
Subject:        [RFI] RE: Computer generated RFI

At 13:32 11/19/01 -0600, Wendell Wyly  W5FL wrote:
>I was more concerned about the computer and motherboard, but the new Athlon
>1600 with Asus A7V133 motherboard in a well shielded Antec cabinet is also

I'm considering putting together a new system that would reside on the
shack radio

Any strong recommendations pro/con as to the computer case, power-supply,
motherboard, etc
specifically regarding computer generated RFI.      Hard to work weak DX
thru computer
generated rfi.

At present I'm looking at building with an Antec SX630 case with their 300w
p.s., AMD Athlon T-bird
1200 (266 FSB) on a Shuttle AK31 motherboard.

Are there any mini/mid tower cases that are known to be better at
containing RFI than others??
They all seem to have FCC Class B etc. rating.     Same question for
motherboards, etc.

73 Phil NA4M

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