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This review is from: Rosewill LIGHTNING-1300 - 1300-Watt Modular, Active PFC Power Supply - Continuous @ 122 Degrees F (50C), 80 PLUS Gold, ATX 12V v2.31 & EPS 12V v2.92, Intel Haswell, SLI & CrossFire-Ready
Pros: This piece of advance technology was actually found on a ufo, we discovered the crashed ufo from the rave music playing from it. We where going to call authority's but instead we went inside and started dancing we didnt know why we were dancing it just felt... right, 2 days later we exited the ufo and ran back home are family was unaware we even left, we went back into our rooms and slept for 56 hours straight. after awakening we noticed this strange glowing rave colored object in our closet, we were to curious we had to take a look at it and that is what we did. Upon 23 years later we discovered it was a psu or... power supply unit, we decided to place it into our pc witch at the time was a Dell Optiplex G270, we plugged it in booted it up and a strange beeping noise started, it then started to beep faster and faster and faster till the final beep hit... we where then blasted into the future 10 years. The shock on jimmy and my faces was stronk, we then took a vow to not ever turn the pc on ever again, till one day we decided to do it again, once again the beep was going off beep beep bep bep bp bp b .... a strange dubby wubby sound came out of the speakers with loud base and wub sounds we then decided to name it, we named it dubstep. Approximatly 10 years later we found out what it was but we will get to that later, After letting the dubstep play for 10 mins we heard chopper sounds and a banging on the door, the united states army was knocking on our door we opend the door and are both shot. the end
Cons: we died at the end.
Other Thoughts: one does not simply buy a power supply unit for 250.00$READ FULL REVIEW