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Still looks like a crap option overall, don't it?
Yes. It totally does in hindsight...

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It was a 20 dollar power supply, I honestly don't know what people were expecting. Also this unit helped power a 4870x2 for a while a did fine. Its far from an excellent unit, but you can't expect totally quality for 20 bucks.
I *WISH* I only spent $20 on this thing. Although, at the time, it was cheaper then buying a whole new quality PSU.

Still, I don't even want to mention the price I paid for this thing. The shame runs thick.
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Yes. It totally does in hindsight...



I *WISH* I only spent $20 on this thing. Although, at the time, it was cheaper then buying a whole new quality PSU.

Still, I don't even want to mention the price I paid for this thing. The shame runs thick.
Ah, I could understand that.
Mine cost 20 bucks which seemed like a decent investment. I know they were 50 bucks for a some time, which I could see not being a good price for a such a unit. (although a lot of units like these are expensive) Its a pity very few power supplies like these can't be made to be be real good quality. I'm sure many would by them if manufacturers put a little more effort into making these. The power supply wasn't horrible, but it is nothing compared the one I have in my sig rig, for obvious reason. My E-Power Juice Box still works fine to this day in fact.
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