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How good are Xigmatek Modular PSU ?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by wolf2009, Aug 27, 2008.

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    The Xigmatek is a Channel Well build, so it should be of good quality. Anandtech did a PSU comparison including the Xigmatek NRP MC651: Power Supply Roundup: 650W-680W
     
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    my Channe Well built Antec Smartpower blew. Did they clean up thier act?
     
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    Looking to go modular this time, have had 2 non-modular PSU's and its a mess in my Case . Unlike Lucky few I'm not blessed with Full Tower Cases or the Antec's or the CM Stackers

    Have to be content with this, considering I got it for $20 NEW !!!

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    That is a very nice case wolf. I 'd rather just save the $$ and go non-modular and put it towards quality but to each his own. Yeah, I am beleiving the Xigmatek would work just fine.
     
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    I am pretty sure that my Toughpower 750W is a Channel Well and it does FINE, I would go with it, they have gotten better since the Smart Power series.
     
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