TruePurple wrote:Why are you trying not to buy it? Just absolutely have no use for more PSU for a real long time or something, donuts?
TruePurple wrote:All the reviews for this product suggest its about one of the best PSU's you can get. Super efficient at low loads and high ones. Super quiet, its fan doesn't even kick in till a very high load is reached and then its barely audible. And its just as efficient at higher more likely case temperatures as it is at room temperature. Its modular like most high end PSU. And its a more reasonable size too, alot of the better PSU's come too high of wattage for most peoples needs. Tests show it to get like 100 wats or something more then rated if pushed.(can't be bothered to get exact number) Warranty is 5 years, some more expensive enermax PSUs(also very high end) come with a 7 year, but 5 is good too.
Here is one of many glowing reviews of it- http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/ ... view/837/1
And best of all, it's $96 at newegg right now, with free S&H. One can reasonably expect to pay nearly twice this price for such a high end PSU. It was the easiest purchase of all for the computer I am putting together.
mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:TruePurple wrote:Why are you trying not to buy it? Just absolutely have no use for more PSU for a real long time or something, donuts?
I am mainly trying not to buy it for two reasons:
1) I don't have the money
2) I have two spare PSU's that are just sitting idle at the moment, and both work perfectly fine. (Corsair TX650 and Corsair HX750) while my machine already has a similar PSU in it.
So against all my logic I probably will end up buying them and swapping my HX1000 for it and have that sit idle or something.
Shining Arcanine wrote:Why would you want this if you already have good PSUs? Are they noisy or something?