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Quality PSU?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by VelvetAmoeba, Jun 23, 2005.

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  1. VelvetAmoeba

    VelvetAmoeba Thread Starter

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    I've heard good and bad about Rosewill, but this one has gotten rave reviews at newegg, is cheap, and provides great output:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817182008

    If anyone could comment on the brand, quality, personal experience, and so on, that would be great.

    Looking to make a purchase within a few days, and need to be put in the right direction. :)
     
  2. harlestone

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    enermax have to be the best quiet and a long life, expensive but the best always is.
     
  3. brite750

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  4. VelvetAmoeba

    VelvetAmoeba Thread Starter

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    No one would recommend the Rosewill, I guess.

    What I'm concerned about is having enough hookups for a hard drive, PCI-E card, 2 case fans, and 2 CD drives.
     
  5. Skivvywaver

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    Not likely anybody is going to recommend it. Most of us believe in the "you get what you pay for" way of thinking. If one of us say buy the thing and it blows taking out your mobo, ram, and processor we would have to feel bad about it.;)

    Buy an Antec or an Enermax.
     
  6. brite750

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    thats true, we try not to give bad advice, and its hard to tell someone yeah get a cheapy power supply, plug er in and stand back., Like we keep saying, that little box is the only thing between your precious pc stuff and 115vac, you want to go cheap? go for it.
     
  7. Tacocaster

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    Would anyone recommend a Thermaltake PSU then?
     
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