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post #11 of 12
Original:
"local" psu means a company not trustful like ocz,cosair,etc..

Does this mean:
(1) "local" psu means a company not {trustful like ocz,cosair,etc..}
(2) "local" psu means a company {not trustful} like ocz,cosair,etc..


Given context, it was probably (1). You guys probably misinterpreted a potentially confusing statement.
post #12 of 12
I wouldn't touch a generic PSU with a ten foot power strip.

Do not want fiery PC death.
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