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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

The new Corsair CX series which are DC-DC cost almost the same as these EVGA units which are old oudated mediocre group regulated units
So thats a somewhat pointless argument and claim to make

As for your claim and everyone else please that posted in the last 4 weeks go back and read the first part of the OP
I dont care the least what you think and feel about these EVGA units as it does not change the fact that they are old oudated mediocre group regulated units

Corsair has replaced its old oudated mediocre group regulated CX series units with a new lineup that are DC-DC
Seasonic is also on the way with a new DC-DC series that will kill off the old Seasonic S12II

That means EVGA will be the only major brand that i can think of that still has old oudated mediocre group regulated units
EVGA should retire all its oudated mediocre group regulated units as well

More complaints about this thread and will have it locked like the CX and RM thread was for years due to certain people that cant stand criticism
Last warning!

I wasn't making any arguments or claims. I was simply saying that it would be a good idea to suggest alternatives.
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post #52 of 53
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Originally Posted by BinaryDemon View Post

I wasn't making any arguments or claims. I was simply saying that it would be a good idea to suggest alternatives.

It's nothing to really argue about really, there's been a slew of pretty decent unit's out there and it's like how it's always been whatever gets the job done and at least a little while out of them, let's please keep it clean and respectful etc haha
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