Posted 14 March 2014 - 11:48 PM
Ive never even heard of them before. Going by those sites I don't see anything wrong with them, but being the way I am ill likely never use them. I use antec, coolermaster, OCZ and corsair PSUs primarily, and they all serve me well-I see no reason to experiment personally. I would go through their reviews, and look for the bad ones-not to see whats wrong with them, but to look at the customer service. Every manufacturer is going to have some defects-a good manufacturer will have excellent customer service, and often reviewers will note this in the reviews, many will also note bad customer service. If you see reviews that say they had a defective product and the company took care of them, then if you want one buy one, because you know your back is covered-if it don't work you lose nothing. If you see a lot of complaints about lousy customer service id shy away and go for a different brand.
Edited by the_patriot11, 14 March 2014 - 11:50 PM.
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