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100.00 Cougar 1000w MODULAR PSU

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#1
Deleted because a lot of people had said it was a POS. I wouldn't ever post anything I thought was a POS. Sorry.
 
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#2
The PSU is junk with so many rails IMO. I already read someone had problems as 1 rail only puts out 24 amps..... Not the rated 28 amps. If your going to run multi graphics cards, I would stay away from this like the plague. Word is out not too good of a PSU from users. Another guys melted around the 24 pin connector. cheap means cheap.
 
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