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Can't get a better psu for the money than the A EW380 for $29.99 I listed IMHO.
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yeah i would get the antec 380 due to its price
    
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My apprehension with the Corsair is that it is not modular. Going modular is worth a few extra dollars for me to have less cable clutter. In the end, it's what you're willing to trade off. I just find the Silverstone Striders to be my personal total package due to their excellent power capabilities, silent performance, and modular design. Those are my criteria, just so you know where my advice comes from.

P.S. Corsairs, Seasonic, PC P&C, and Silverstone all have excellent user reviews and customer satisfaction. So I think ultimately, you can't really go wrong with any of those.
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Found one. Thanks for the help+++
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The lowest power Strider I know of that is modular would be the ST60F which is way overkill for his system. And you should know that I am not a fan of most Striders. Most of them are made by Enhance and are decent psus, but are inferior to the Etasis built Zeus models and the Impervio and Seventeam built OP and DA models. Personally I think modular is a bit overrated and tend not to be worth the premium compared to non-modular models.

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Found one. Thanks for the help+++
You aren't going to tell us what you got? Meanie
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