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Diablotek UL Series PSUL575 575W ATX 12V v2.31 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply
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  • Owned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Quiet, it works, sufficient connections, a lot of connections, steady power for what I have

Cons: Nothing so far, unless too many connections is a problem (component would be nice).

Other Thoughts: I normally don't write reviews so soon after purchasing anything, but I want to get this out of the way. I Just purchased this PSU and installed it in a computer that was having shutdown problems that I couldn't identify. Well since installing this PSU those shut downs have gone away, so I guess it was the old PSU causing the shutdowns. Maybe I'm lucky, but to tell the truth, this is the first PSU problem I have had in all the years of building computers (I only build for myself, friends, and family--not a busines or for profit--just for fun). I will be building another system soon with all the spare parts I purchased trying to swap out and test parts, (I was gonna do it anyway) and will probably buy this same PSU while the price is reduced. I am running about 7 case fans, an EVGA 9800 PCIe video card (with power plug), two DVDRW drive, one HDD 7500rpm 500GB (soon to be doubled), 16GB RAM, full tower case with a 'couple' of extra lights on it, AMD Phenom II X4, and MSI motherboard --altogether it requires, or will with another HDD and SLI videocard, at least 500 Watt PSU, as best I can tell.

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Display Name: Michael P.

Date Joined: 03/02/05

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  • First Review: 02/08/13
  • Last Review: 02/08/13
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