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post #51 of 58
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Any insight on the Xclio 500 watt Stablepower?

Whats the concensus quality psu or not?
I'm not familiar with it myself, I'm waiting for Gameboy or Tator Tot to pop in. To me XClio just blend into that mass of run-of-the-mill peripherals/and/or/case/and/or/memory company trying to make a quick cash-in in the PSU market with an average or sub-par product and then slowly fading away as everyone buys their favorite Corsair for the ten thousandth time instead.
post #52 of 58
The Stablepowers are from Enhance (they look like low end ones)... I don't know how they perform, though. No real reviews that I can find.
Edited by GameBoy - 4/20/11 at 4:08pm
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+rep Phaedrus2129. I was just debating between the the CX430 and Neo Eco 520 yesterday and ended up getting the 520. Once it arrive i'll return and get the CX430 for half the price.
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post #54 of 58
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+rep Phaedrus2129. I was just debating between the the CX430 and Neo Eco 520 yesterday and ended up getting the 520. Once it arrive i'll return and get the CX430 for half the price.
Why? The NeoECO is a great unit...
post #55 of 58
Although it goes around for 69.99 the SeaSonic S12II 520W is bang for buck.
post #56 of 58
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Why? The NeoECO is a great unit...
Yea i though about it and I'm staying with the 520.
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post #57 of 58
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Although it goes around for 69.99 the SeaSonic S12II 520W is bang for buck.
The Neo ECO 520 is cheaper, and they both use the same platform.
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post #58 of 58
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I don't usually bump my non-sale threads, but this is a thread that has continuously relevant information.
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