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I have the exact PSU in question, i have to say I've had no problems out of this. My performance actually increased when going from 450w to this, I have found absolutely no problems except ,for me, the holes did not line up with the ones on my case very easily. That was a minor pain but i got it going and going good with some screws i had that were easier to turn and forced it into place. Nice color, delivers excellent power conversion with NO problems so far. Owned it for 4 months.
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AMD 4GB DDR3 1333MHZ AMD 4GB DDR3 1333MHZ AMD 4GB DDR3 1333MHZ OCZ Vertex 4 256GB 
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Corsair H80 Windows 8.1 Pro MCE Dell P2414H WHXV7  Microsoft Generic 
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Originally Posted by JohnRogers View Post
Ah, I see. So you get more ripple on that the higher you go. The system I specified shouldn't push more than around 500W at full load possible .. if that - so I doubt it should be a factor?

So basically, does ripple mean it can damage the components inside the PC?
Yes.

The Corsair is a much better PSU.
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