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Hi all just wondering if anyone has used this psu or know anything about it, im am building a mid range gaming pc and just wondered how reliable XfX are as ive only ever used corsair but price wise im liking this...
http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/prod...PSX-650S&af=50

thnaks in advanced
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post #2 of 8
Very good unit. XFX units are all made by SeaSonic. In fact, since you mentioned using only Corsair in the past -- guess what, the particular unit you linked to is identical to the Corsair TX 650 V2, internally. I believe the fan is different, but beyond that, the only difference is warranty/customer service.
post #3 of 8
XFX units are very good if a bit tacky looking....
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thanks for the quick replys it was either this or the ocz but after your replys and the fact that ocz have always been hit or miss sort of thing i'll go with this
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XFX 750/850 Units are Seasonic S12D 750/850's!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post
XFX 750/850 Units are Seasonic S12D 750/850's!
Only the Black Edition units.
post #7 of 8
ive got the 650x semi-modular with a green fan inside xD

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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
XFX units are very good if a bit tacky looking....
meh.. i barely see it anway
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post #8 of 8
All of the XFX units fall under the category of atleast "good". A couple do have crossloading issues, but that is a non-issue if you're powering a modern rig.
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