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Xigmatek 750w modular for a nice price?

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I was planning on upgrading my power supply as one of my first upgrades to the major upgrades that will happen later this year.

I was looking at this and although they are somewhat new to the PC market I have heard nothing but good reviews from it. I see here in the first link that newegg.com is charging only $129.99 and it is VERY modular.

I was considering this because it strangely costs the same as the Corsair 750w (my original planned buy), but the Corsair is not modular; which, if anything, is very much a plus on Xigmatek's front. Anyway I though id link this. The price looks right, thinking Xigmatek may be a good brand, might look nice in a case no?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817815002

http://www.xigmatek.com/product/power-nrpmc751.php
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I have yet to see a proper review on that exact model. It is based off of the CWT PSH and the 850w and 650w version did well in reviews. It should be close to CWT's recent stuff like the Corsairs and the Thermaltake Toughpowers. It's hard to beat that price for modular and it should be a good psu, I would go for it. Oh, and... leather!
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