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Wait a week.

Please elaborate. smile.gif
post #12 of 16
silverstone is a good alternative to seasonic being fully modular and all

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256085

if not i'd also say the capstone
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post #13 of 16
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silverstone is a good alternative to seasonic being fully modular and all

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256085

if not i'd also say the capstone
Sorry, too pricey. Seasonic G-550 is much cheaper
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OP wants to stay away from Seasonic. Go with the Capstone.
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post

Wait a week.

Is something happening in a week that I don't know about?
Leaving it open ended like that makes me want to wait a week to see what happens...


For everything else,
I may have injected confusion into my own thread by saying in my first post that I wanted to avoid the G-series Seasonic units, but then in my second post saying that I was considering the SeaSonic SSR-650RM, which is a G series unit (swayed by a johnnyguru review).

Thanks for your feedback, everyone!
I believe I shall go with the Capstone and give a Super Flower oem unit a chance!
Of course... I will wait one week before purchasing, because I'm curious what will happen in a week (could this be a prophecy from a higher power? biggrin.gif)
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Is something happening in a week that I don't know about?
Leaving it open ended like that makes me want to wait a week to see what happens...


For everything else,
I may have injected confusion into my own thread by saying in my first post that I wanted to avoid the G-series Seasonic units, but then in my second post saying that I was considering the SeaSonic SSR-650RM, which is a G series unit (swayed by a johnnyguru review).

Thanks for your feedback, everyone!
I believe I shall go with the Capstone and give a Super Flower oem unit a chance!
Of course... I will wait one week before purchasing, because I'm curious what will happen in a week (could this be a prophecy from a higher power? biggrin.gif)

Cooler Master has a new PSU series on the way

I have known about these for weeks
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