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They charge 68$ for it

what else do you have to choose from?
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They charge 68$ for it
I guess that is the price for living in a beautiful place

What are your other options?
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I don't know anything about the quality of NorthQ power supplies except that it is not on our recommended list anywhere so I will leave that to someone else.

If you do decide to upgrade/change your PSU, just make sure to choose a recommended one that you can find in your country at a decent price!
It doesnt need to be recommended, just dont choose fly by night companies and stay above 400w and youll be fine
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what else do you have to choose from?
Well, Cheap Linkworlds, Energons, LC Power's which are cheap to medium priced 40-70$
And then there of course is Antec, Cooler master, OCZ, Corsair... And so on, which are around 80 and upto 500$
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post #16 of 19
Linkworld, Energon, and LC Power are all garbage. The type of crap people tell horror stories about. I reviewed a Linkworld LPJ2 430W. It was bad enough that I smashed it with a sledgehammer afterward.
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Linkworld, Energon, and LC Power are all garbage. The type of crap people tell horror stories about. I reviewed a Linkworld LPJ2 430W. It was bad enough that I smashed it with a sledgehammer afterward.
Yeah, i saw the video, quite impressive though.
Im just concerned that my NorthQ will blow. Here's the link: http://www.northq.com/products/power...200GP-USB.html

Do you think it will deliver enough juice, and not blow? It has the 80% Effiency mark though so yeah....
Psu's in Denmark are just sooooooooo expensive, its ridiculous.........
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post #18 of 19
I've been to Denmark. Nice place. My family is from Aalborg.

I think the NorthQ is one of Superflower's older units (pre-Golden Green). Which would mean passable, but not great.

I wouldn't bet on it though. It's hard to tell; those pictures are tiny. I'll check it more when I get home tonight.
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I've been to Denmark. Nice place. My family is from Aalborg.

I think the NorthQ is one of Superflower's older units (pre-Golden Green). Which would mean passable, but not great.

I wouldn't bet on it though. It's hard to tell; those pictures are tiny. I'll check it more when I get home tonight.
Yeah, Denmark is a nice place, but its expensive to live here, trust me on that one.

Thanks for helping out... And i would appreciate that
Edited by Zarius - 4/28/11 at 2:15pm
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