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This power supply good?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by code65, Apr 12, 2008.

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  1. code65

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  2. L0gic

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    Code65

    Thanks for the post! In my experience in dealing with that particular power supply, it worked well when it worked, but after about 16 months it failed. It's a hit or miss with this product, I wouldn't advise buying it.
     
  3. lee-mac

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    Well i currently have the thermaltake purepower 550w cable managment psu.I have had this for a while now and i gotta say so far so good no problems with it in any way.One the plus side i have asked the very same question using these forums and i recived nothing but good comments on thermaltake psu,s.:)
     
  4. L0gic

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    May the force be with you :D
     
  5. Rich-M

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    I have 4-5 Thermaltakes and have never had a stitch of trouble with them so I highly recommend them.
     
  6. lee-mac

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    So yea i would recomend Thermaltake psu,s they also pretty good value for money too.(y)
     
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    I like it. I just may get one myself.

    I have a question myself. It appears to be ready for almost anything including dual core systems.

    How would it do with a quad core?
     
  8. Rich-M

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    I have had a 500 watt Thermaltake with a Quad Core for 9 months now.
     
  9. steven1350

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    All i can say is that the Corsair HX Series 620W is the king of PSU's. First of all, this PSU is modular, so not wasted space with extra cables.

    Second, it has a lot of connectors, and I really mean alot.
    10 Molex Connectors
    8 SATA connectors
    2 Floppy Connectors
    2 PCI-E Connectors
    Plus the 2 motherboard connectors

    Thats a total of 24 connectors, lets see any other PSU have that.
     
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