Originally Posted by Cold Storm
Why isn't Cooler Master PSU's any good? My is 750 constant and 900 watt max.. pretty good where I'm coming from.. His maybe needing changed.. but I can't say your right on that.
A DFI board may not be good to noobs that don't know much. But, since he is in a community that knows a thing or two about DFI boards and Bios's then I think its a far bet to get.
But yet, that is IMO.
I always thought Cooler Master PSU's are not good. The first one I got was a CM 500 watts. It died in two days huh? And the next one my friend bought was a 600 Watts. But when you plug it in the wall it only sucks 330 watts. I probably got a bad batch. But after reading your post I may be changing my mind. And yea once you know all about voltages, CPU FSB , Multi , DRAM , Timings , and FSB:RAM Ratio then your all set on getting a dfi board.