Are we really telling people that the 650W SeaSonic S12II is crap? You're not going to find a better PSU for $32 after a mail-in rebate. All of the other PSUs near that price really ARE
crap. For what the build is and what the plans are with it, I really see no problem with this PSU.
- Will she be overclocking?
- What resolution will she be using in her video games?
- Is she hoping for the highest in-game graphics settings with 60 FPS or higher (and consistently low frametimes)?
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