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What company did you buy it from? What is the PSU brand and model. Companies don't always give you appropriate hardware. 800W sounds alot better than 600W to the average user......

Cyber power PC. It's a custom pre build.
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It seems that CyberPower pc use XtremeGear PSU's and if you do a quick google search you'll find that they are quite unreliable no matter what the wattage. I'd say you should get a quality 650watr PSU in there if you do buy the pc.
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CRAP CRAP CRAP!!!
That was not what i wanted to hear. But i appreciate it. mad.gif

Damn why would they use crap power on something they need to warrenty for 3 years?
Are they just hoping no one will RMA anything?
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All about the bottom line. If they can save a few $$ and risk one pc out of a couple burning down, then they will say they will cover it. But remember, they can also deny it.
    
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CRAP CRAP CRAP!!!
That was not what i wanted to hear. But i appreciate it. mad.gif
Damn why would they use crap power on something they need to warrenty for 3 years?
Are they just hoping no one will RMA anything?

They will most likely assume that you will not open up the case to add things.

Rule of thumb: Never buy prebuilt. Build it yourself and just come here to clarify the specs. It is really easy.
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post #16 of 31
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CRAP CRAP CRAP!!!
That was not what i wanted to hear. But i appreciate it. mad.gif
Damn why would they use crap power on something they need to warrenty for 3 years?
Are they just hoping no one will RMA anything?

A crappy PSU would draw more power from the outlet than it will provide to the computer which might increase you electricity bill. Also when you will draw power more than 650 watt in a crappy 800W PSU there will be too much ripple and stuffs.
Edited by Makyl - 10/24/12 at 12:15pm
post #17 of 31
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A crappy PSU would draw more power from the outlet than it will provide to the computer which might increase you electricity bill. Also when you will draw power more than 650 watt in a crappy 800W PSU there will be too much ripple and stuffs.
ALL PSU's do this, it's a consequence of converting AC power from the wall into DC power for the components.
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ALL PSU's do this, it's a consequence of converting AC power from the wall into DC power for the components.
Yes they do but the efficiency is the % of input and output and crappy PSU do not do as they are advertised.
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Yes they do but the efficiency is the % of input and output and crappy PSU do not do as they are advertised.
That's not what you wrote.
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That's not what you wrote.
I said more. I think that said it. tongue.gif
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