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This review is from: 680 WATT 680W ATX POWER SUPPLY for Intel AMD PC Desktop Computer NEW SATA PCI-E
Pros: Makes a great inexpensive RF jammer... or short-out two hard drives to use as a DIY george foreman grill!
Cons: Seriously Flimsy
TOO light for 680w
TOO small for 680w
only 2 sata power connectors... but a billion old school ones...
worst of all. High pitched squeel that is more present when the computer and all fans are off! also creats so much interferance it makes all radios within about 10m useless. Also could have come with some teriyaki sauce for my fried Mboard and HD, Yum.
Ye have been warned!
Other Thoughts: This thing is far too small and light to be a true 680w psu... im guessing its maybe running higher than it should but regardless it screams electric death into your ears while it destroys your motherboard and your brand new SSD =/
If you think you hear a bad fan bearing dont try to locate or troubleshoot it, power it off IMMEDIATLY and test the fans another way, i thought one of my new case fans or maybe the psu fans were the cause... =(
ALSO I cannot rma to newegg, I should have payed more attention to the rma rules before buying it, and for all of you out there screaming "You get whay you pay for" remember this, I have been buying $30-$50 500-700w PSUs from a little discount computer parts store for over 15 years, they are closed now and most of the makes were offbrands and MYself along with anyone i know to use one ever had one die in less than a few years minimum, let alone no catastraphic failues like this either... so I should have known better but in this isntance i probbly just had crazy good luck with the off brands until now!
Ye have been warned!
This review is from: COUGAR MG100 Black Steel MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case
Accomadates the largest of PCIe double din vids
Tool-less drive bays
SSD easy mounting spot
4x120mm fan mounts
Cons: I suspect it use stolen timelord technology.
Other Thoughts: This thing is awesome.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, Very.
Other Thoughts: if you have an FM1 board, this is literally the final upgrade for it.READ FULL REVIEW