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ive had my ocz psu for about 6 months now and havent had a problem with it

dont ocz make PC P&C anyway?
    
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Ditch the apeiva case, get a antec 900 or cm 690
ditch the 9800 gtx get an 8800 gts g92
g92 gts = 9800 gtx at same speeds

ocz Bought pcp and c
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Edit:

Should have read some more, it was a joke...Disregard...
Edited by wannabe_OC - 5/20/08 at 5:30pm
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post #24 of 26
Try a pc&c or silverstone PSU instead.
Why not bump the 9800 to an 8800gtx, and why not bump the 20 to a 22? Youll thanky yourself for the extra 20 bucks. TRUST ME!
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post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by Festi View Post
ive had my ocz psu for about 6 months now and havent had a problem with it

dont ocz make PC P&C anyway?
No. OCZ doesn't even make their own PSUs

The OCZ GameXTream is built by FSP, while most PC Power & Cooling units are built by Seasonic (using strict PC P&C guidelines though).

And you only have the GameXTream for six months... the problems of high ripple will occur much later down the road (couple of years), unless you run it continually maxxed out.
    
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post #26 of 26
P5k-E? I'd go with a DFI DK-P35 board. I don't know, I just don't like Asus.
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