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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by emiltoma78, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. emiltoma78 New Member

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    i have a question.i bought recently a psu:segotep raynor power 650w.i want to ask its a good source because i do not want no name
     
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    If you didn't want a no name PSU, you shouldn't have bought a no name PSU! :p

    Seriously, it may have a good/decent OEM but i highly doubt it. Gonna have to wait for a PSU expert :toast:

    In the future, check these things before you spend your money. You will save in the long run ;)
     
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    your rig won't load it too heavily so it should live but it could use at least a surge protector since in my experience unstable power is what kills noname psu's and hardware they are powering.
     
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    http://www.segotep.com/Default.aspx

    Well, their website is pretty lol, I couldn't even find a 650 or 550 Watt on their PSU list


    "Your cooperations from various are welcome!"

    They have pictures, too:

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    ThE_MaD_ShOt says thanks.
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    Just because they are not a common brand does not mean they make inferior products (they claim to be producing 800,000 PSUs a month, so someone is buying them even if they are not well known globally).

    However, without reviews of their products there is no way to make an informed judgement.
     

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