Originally Posted by intel igent
to be honest i stopped reading your post when i saw that YOU were reccomending a psu with no over current protection.
reviews from web partners ARE USELESS i want real peoples opinions not an opinion formed by a paycheque. thnx
Hahahahaha. An opinion formed by a paycheck? Wow. OK, whatever man. Don't trust the review then, but JonnyGuru never did me, or anyone else I know, wrong.
I recommend the Corsair so much due to my personal experience with it, and just use JonnyGuru as a good reference on it.
As far as no OC protection, that's not to say it doesn't have overload protection, it will just let you load any of the 12v "rails" beyond the supposed 18A limit, so long as you don't exceed it's overall rated output. And it handles that load on one "rail" with ease. If you exceed the unit's rated output, it still shuts down. OC protection is only for the rails on a multi rail psu.
Either way, those are my recommendations. If you don't like them, that's fine, but they do what you are after in terms of being high quality, and they're still a single rail, whether you would like to believe it or not.