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Been using my FSP Epsilon for 3 years now, no problems at all besides the rather short cables. Just search for reviews for that specific model.
Yeah this is what I was looking for before asking here, but
I didn't find any trustful information.. it makes me think that
it is not popular at all and no one knows if it is good or not..
Not a good choice I guess..

Are there any good CoolerMaster/Corsair/Seasonic power supplies for that price?
It seems like the Antec will be the best choice for me & my system..
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FSP used to be a popular brand but im guessing they're now more into producing for other brands as an OEM. AFAIK, they're an OCZ oem.
Seasonics are good too. Corsair is up thrre but pretty expensive. Coolermasters are just average.
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FSP used to be a popular brand but im guessing they're now more into producing for other brands as an OEM. AFAIK, they're an OCZ oem.
Seasonics are good too. Corsair is up thrre but pretty expensive. Coolermasters are just average.
Thank you...
Anyways, do you guys think that this 500W psu is more than enough for this system?
I mean, I randomly picked the FSP saga ii 500W and I don't really know
if it will be something like an overkill for this system? But as far as I know
the cpu will use about-150w, graphics card-150w and other components like~75w, so 500w is jsut fine?
    
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