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  • Who was it that defended cheap power supplys?

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    Last edited by Ice Tea; 18-05-15, 23:40.

  • #2
    HOLY JEEBUS, that is why I stick to Corsair (sorry I am a corsair PSU fanboy). Still holy hell that's some damage.
    12 11 13 - I was there
    Finners Stole my GPU

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    • #3
      Looks fine, quick blast with an air can to get out the dust and good as new.

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      • #4
        Who was it that defended cheap power supplys?

        That's just dangerous. Shouldn't all PSU go through some kind of safety test?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Clockwise View Post
          Looks fine, quick blast with an air can to get out the dust and good as new.
          +1 for this

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          • #6
            what make is it?
            Originally posted by Aaron
            I want those sweet cherries

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            • #7
              Originally posted by coiler View Post
              what make is it?
              By the evidence presented, I'd say its made by the same people that make chocolate fireguards.

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              • #8
                Oh come on ...you cant be serious...its only a bit of soot....just put the case side back on and you wont notice a thing...
                posted by scrivz69
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by coiler View Post
                  what make is it?
                  Arianet.


























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                  • #10
                    Kingwin KWI-420WS.
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                    • #11
                      Looks like a CP4-420 V2.0 :: 420 WATT ATX PC power supply made by a company called Jersey !!!! sold by Reichelt ElektroniK..... check the label on the Fan..

                      22 Euros of goodness..... bulk 4 euros each imported from Shenzen lol...
                      posted by scrivz69
                      I think I may leave this forum, it seems to be full of the village people.​
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                      • #12
                        12v rails = 12 amps would be my guess!
                        Originally posted by Aaron
                        I want those sweet cherries

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                        • #13
                          I don't understand how PC manufactures such as Dell or HP get away with using generic PSU's and not having customers with problems like this.

                          RIG 1 - CPU: Intel Q6600 2.4GHz | GPU: HIS 5770 1GB | RAM: 4GB DDR2 Samsung 800MHz | HDD: 500GB WD | SSD: None | PSU: Corsair CX500 v1 | CASE: Dell Inspiron 530
                          RIG 2 - CPU: Intel i7 3770K | GPU: Gigabyte 7970 3GB OC | RAM: 16GB DDR3 Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | HDD: 2TB Seagate | SSD: Samsung 840 120GB | PSU: Corsair HX650 v2 80 Plus Gold | CASE: Corsair Carbide 500R

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Faisal View Post
                            I don't understand how PC manufactures such as Dell or HP get away with using generic PSU's and not having customers with problems like this.
                            Because they don't use low spec components in them.

                            They can order so many that they can get a good price on a quality psu.
                            I am not losing weight! I'm getting rid of it. I have no intention of finding it again!

                            Growing old is inevitable. Growing up is optional

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by wonderlust View Post
                              Because they don't use low spec components in them.

                              They can order so many that they can get a good price on a quality psu.
                              Ahh ok, so they are good quality generic PSU's, thanks .

                              RIG 1 - CPU: Intel Q6600 2.4GHz | GPU: HIS 5770 1GB | RAM: 4GB DDR2 Samsung 800MHz | HDD: 500GB WD | SSD: None | PSU: Corsair CX500 v1 | CASE: Dell Inspiron 530
                              RIG 2 - CPU: Intel i7 3770K | GPU: Gigabyte 7970 3GB OC | RAM: 16GB DDR3 Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | HDD: 2TB Seagate | SSD: Samsung 840 120GB | PSU: Corsair HX650 v2 80 Plus Gold | CASE: Corsair Carbide 500R

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