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Originally Posted by Sychodrama View Post
I havent used it but it does have 2 x pci-e 6-pins and not alot of low watt psu's have em. It has gotton good ratings.
Rule number 1, never cite newegg ratings as any indicator of actual product quality.
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Wow, did not expect this many answers so fast! Many thanks.

I've heard nasty things about Gigabyte (no experience, just hearsay) and am afraid to go with a cheaper/low end motherboard because I won't have enough $$$ for a second attempt should it fail after three months.
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