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And yet it is in OCN's rec. PSU's.

Sure there are better performing units,with less capacity or higher cost. 5 yr warranty.

Don't go by the name...
The Corsair CX 430 is in it too. Nobody should be using that in a gaming build. That list has some PSU's that SHOULDN'T be recommended.
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The Thermaltake TR2 PUS are actually pretty good, I think they switched OEMs. They come with a 5 year warranty and I have used about 10 of them over the last 2 years with zero issues.
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So everything was payed for a couple hours ago(last build I posted on page 1) . Yes including the recon case sadly. But we'll return that and ill give him my current temp case since I will be getting one soon anyways. Its an msi case that came in a bundle my lil bro got a while ago and it has better cooling/airflow options smile.gif .

Also I'm way too far from a microcenter to whoever asked.
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The Thermaltake TR2 PUS are actually pretty good, I think they switched OEMs. They come with a 5 year warranty and I have used about 10 of them over the last 2 years with zero issues.

The old ones by HEC belong in a dumpster but the FSP and CWT TR-2´s are much better compared

And again going by brand when buying a PSU is like buying a car based on its color
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The old ones by HEC belong in a dumpster but the FSP and CWT TR-2´s are much better compared

And again going by brand when buying a PSU is like buying a car based on its color

I got stuck using one in a build during xmas because it's the only thing they had at Fry's. The fan made some noise at first and went away...can't help but to feel like I need to switch it out soon.And it's only 3 months old.
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