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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 06:45 AM
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Japanese Brand. https://www1.pcdepot.co.jp/f/dsg-42062-001007008 one of the guys that work at this shop is a friend. He Highly recommended this brand. he showed me it and said its the one he has been using for three years. so I am gonna give it a try.
I really wish you had asked us to help you get a new PSU. That thing looks like a typical low-quality generic junker. It has the same type of look.

Just because he's a friend and has been using this for the past 3 years, it doesn't mean it's a good PSU.


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Looks like a generic no name el cheapo unit so probably not very good

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It should last till I can get back to akihabara to get a seasonic. the seasonic ones at that shop are just way to expensive.

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It should last till I can get back to akihabara to get a seasonic. the seasonic ones at that shop are just way to expensive.
Oh, I understand now. I apologize.


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It should last till I can get back to akihabara to get a seasonic. the seasonic ones at that shop are just way to expensive.

No worries, I knew what you were getting at. There is honestly not very many people left here that actually want to help. most just want to argue. You both got +Rep, thanks for looking out.

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