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Originally Posted by tonyd223and I buy the magazine because????
Originally Posted by isaac12345what about this one? http://www.microdirect.co.uk/home/product/17482/OCZ-PSU-600SXS-StealthXStream-600W--3-year-Direct?source=googleps It was recommended by anandtech.com a few years ago for its midrange gaming build.
For most mid-range PCs with a couple of hard disks and optical drives, a single graphics card and a mid-range CPU, a PSU of between 350W and 500W will suffice. However, if youre building a high-end system with dual graphics cards and a multicore CPU, you need to think about buying a more powerful PSU.
Originally Posted by Ross1I dont see a seasonic x-650 there, ive had my x-750 for 6 weeks now.... surely thats enough time for a review?
Originally Posted by RedbeaverNo OCZ GameXtreme 700? lol.. thats my PSU and it has been a good boy....
10/10 on the Antec? oh wow.... cant say i remember seeing a perfect 10 in BT...
Originally Posted by smc8788No Corsair HX650? :|
Originally Posted by SingularityQuote:Originally Posted by tonyd223and I buy the magazine because????
Will you people stop complaining about this? Not everyone is in the uk, not everyone reads the magazine, yet we like to read the articles! If you've already read it, then just don't read it again, or post that it's from a magazine...
Originally Posted by NuTechDidn't read the round-up, but just wanted to say that is a very nice article photograph. Compliments to the photographer.
Originally Posted by kingred
After 6 months of rendering my 650w psu exploded, upon inspection the factory used cheapo electrolytic capacitors and had a piece of plastic blocking half the 120mm fan, which caused them to over heat, dry out and then explode.
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