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FSP Group BoosterX 3 FSP300-1E01 300W Independent/Supplementary SLI Certified CrossFire Ready Modular Active PFC Supplementary Power Supply
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: None.

Cons: Where to start?

First off, its very ugly. The blue led and the rounded plastic thing protruding from the case is terrible.

It uses up a molex connector from your existing power supply. Totally unnecessary.

It is not grounded or shielded well. It caused extremely loud buzzing and other interference through both internal and external sound cards and headphones.

It is loud, very very loud. I measured it above 41DB while in the case. Which is about as loud as my 2 500watt power supplies running while not in a case.

It died after 5 weeks.

Endless phone calls and emails to the company have never been answered.

Other Thoughts: I will never buy another product from this company.

After this died, I bought the Thermaltake W0157RU 450W as a replacement. Its like night and day. Its built great, looks great, is super quiet (I measured just over 19DB), has a 3 prong plug so its grounded properly and doesn't cause audio interference, and doesn't require stealing a molex connector from your existin power supply.


Kito D.'s Profile

Display Name: Kito D.

Date Joined: 11/30/05

  • Reviews: 1
  • Helpfulness: 1
  • First Review: 01/09/09
  • Last Review: 01/09/09
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