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case coming with psu any good??

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#1 Blaze413


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Posted 08 February 2010 - 08:28 PM

i was maybe going to buy a case that included a psu...didnt know if those were any good or if im better off just buying a quality one separate, but if they will work for a great long time...i have no reason not to...it will save some money...im looking at this one, but if anybody has any other good cheap mid-tower ideas im in for whatever!!



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Posted 08 February 2010 - 09:53 PM

well I guess if your only planning on a barebones system to check the web with its decent. that is an incredibly weak PSU, ony 400 watts with a combined 27 amps on the 12v rails. barely enough to power a single low end video card. If your planning on more then a dual core and a low end video card, invest in a good PSU and keep that one as backup.



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