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Has great reviews and lights up for anybody looking for LED fans inside their PSU. If anybody has any experience with it, please do share.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817152047
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Has great reviews and lights up for anybody looking for LED fans inside their PSU. If anybody has any experience with it, please do share.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817152047
AHHHHH KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!
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AHHHHH KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!
What's that supposed to mean?
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What's that supposed to mean?
Its OEM is Andyson. Never heard of them, exactly.

This is a major do not buy PSU.
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Raidmax power supplies aren't known for quality. Newegg reviews aren't very good when it comes to PSU's unfortunately, you need good testing equipment and access to inside of case to see what components are used.

From what I've heard Andyson is bit all over the place, sometimes they make ok quality, sometimes trash.
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Thanks for the input guys.

I was really close on pulling the trigger. It had the two things I wanted: modular PSU and blue LED lights. Can't find that on any of the quality ones (at least the LED lights, I know many are modular).
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Thanks for the input guys.

I was really close on pulling the trigger. It had the two things I wanted: modular PSU and blue LED lights. Can't find that on any of the quality ones (at least the LED lights, I know many are modular).
Well post ones you find here and we can tell you if they are good or not.
A better bet though would be to simply buy an LED strip or two, open up the PSU and stick the LED strip into it.
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It's unfortunate that most premium quality PSU makers don't have PSU's with led lights. I feel like there's untapped market.

There's at least one quality option: Rosewill Lightning. It's based on Super Flower Golden Green (don't let the name scare you biggrin.gif) platform which is known to have good components and performance. You can even change the color or switch off the led completely. Unfortunately it seems that smallest model is 800W, much more expensive than Raidmax you wanted and bit overkill for most single GPU systems: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182238
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Why does Newegg say its full modular when the 20 + 4-pin is built in? Isn't that Semi-Modular? Or am I crazy.
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Why does Newegg say its full modular when the 20 + 4-pin is built in? Isn't that Semi-Modular? Or am I crazy.
Nope your totally right.
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