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Monday, July 06, 2020
By: Jay Haze
I've been running this power supply for 4 years in a Ryzen 5 build with an 8gb R9 390. A very power-hungry graphics card. 6x 120 mm fans as well, this power supply is still going strong and has been flawless. Don't believe the hype of overpowering your system, it's all marketing bull... Just get what you need, spend the rest on ram or your processor. The biggest killer of power supplies is not cleaning them. I do mine annually, I have never had a power supply die in 30 years.
To be honest, I never found any weaknesses. The cables are definitely long enough, thick enough and of quality. I mean I wouldn't use it on a threadripper workstation. But definitely adequate for any high-end gaming PC. Like I said, don't believe these internet smart people that think they know. A small amount of electrical knowledge will go a long way. Just do a little research from a relevant source.
For how cheap this is and it's recommended rating. Why would you buy anything else? EVGA make really good products. But hey if it makes you feel better, it's your money!
Thursday, February 21, 2019
-cheap -covered cables
-Feels cheap -Tight Connections -Cables are just a bit too short for my cases cable management -Cable Managment isn't that great for this psu -Video card cable is a single cable with 2x8 pins I could recommend a psu with 2 seperate cables with 8 pin on each.
Spend a bit more get a better psu, I can't recommend this psu
Tuesday, December 06, 2016
Low cost, very quiet almost inaudible...and cheap
2 supplied data leads are very stiff but have locking ends, 1x straight, straight, 1x 90 degrees, straight
System so far, 6600k, Asrock pro 4s, 16gb 3400 ram, RX480, Adata 240gb SSD, 2 tb HDD, YUGE ! stability.....all cheap