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I'm not sure what your complaint with the X560 is?
post #22 of 26
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Yeah, it's a piece of crap. Upgrade ASAP.

What's your budget?
Is the LSP650W "THAT" bad?. I see it's an andyson built unit from the UL number. Can it provide all it's watts?.
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post #23 of 26
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Is the LSP650W "THAT" bad?. I see it's an andyson built unit from the UL number. Can it provide all it's watts?.
There are a number of versions: Andyson, Wintech, Yue-Lin, RSY. All with slightly different model numbers. We've only seen the Wintech competently tested--it was god awful. The Yue-Lin and RSY ones have been evaluated at the component level and are probably similar to the Wintech.

I have not seen an Andyson one, so I honestly don't know, but the LSP series is usually Ultra's dumping ground for their worst fecal stains pretending to be power supplies.
post #24 of 26
yeah,good price indeed.
post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
There are a number of versions: Andyson, Wintech, Yue-Lin, RSY. All with slightly different model numbers. We've only seen the Wintech competently tested--it was god awful. The Yue-Lin and RSY ones have been evaluated at the component level and are probably similar to the Wintech.

I have not seen an Andyson one, so I honestly don't know, but the LSP series is usually Ultra's dumping ground for their worst fecal stains pretending to be power supplies.
lmao well put sir. My complaint is why does it have to have a 6+2 pin pci-e? I guess I'm picky but id rather have two 6 pins.
post #26 of 26
X560 has two 6+2 pins. That way you can use either a dual 6-pin PCIe card or an 8-pin and 6-pin PCIe card, or two single 6-pin PCIe cards.

If you don't like the extra two pins I guess you could cut them off, and it wouldn't void your warranty since they're modular cables (I believe so anyway).
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