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    I sure wish this was updated....

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    What about Xclio? They make some good budget non-modular PSUs. At least they used to...

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    If its not on the list in the link post #59 its likely not worth having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juane414 View Post
    What about Xclio? They make some good budget non-modular PSUs. At least they used to...
    Juane,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caligula420 View Post
    If its not on the list in the link post #59 its likely not worth having.
    Okay, I see that Xclio is listed as good to buy at the linked site in post #59. Now I'm satisfied

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    OCZ StealthXStream 600 W

    Seems like great performance/price ratio PSU.

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    Update completed. If your PSU's did not make it onto the list, it is for these two reasons:

    To make this list, power supplies must use quality parts and be CROSSLOAD/HOTBOX tested. Temps should be 40-45C

    Please post these here and I will update the first post as people report them. Please link a review supporting and confirming your statement. *the link has to include crossload/hotbox test
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    I just wanted to add all these to the AVOID list. This was posted by davidhammock and tweaked by Paul @ [h] so its a good list. here is the original link: http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=974240

    Some of these PSU's are dangerous to your system, some are just sub-standard,
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarthDog View Post
    I just wanted to add all these to the AVOID list. This was posted by davidhammock and tweaked by Paul @ [h] so its a good list. here is the original link: http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=974240
    Show me a link where they performed crossloads and high temp stress tests, and I will add them.

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    P/C POWER AND COOLING

    Reading all the post I must of missed something. I didn't see that anybody is using p/c prower and cooling single rail power supplies. Is there a reason.
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    PC&P is now owned by ocz, i read the quality has dropped. i still have old faithful, PC&P 510DLX pre-pcie.

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    Thanks for getting back Evilsizer. I didn't know that. Is there another single rail power supply that I should be looking at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
    Thanks for getting back Evilsizer. I didn't know that. Is there another single rail power supply that I should be looking at.
    not sure why to just limit to single rails. OW is working on getting a review posted at JonnyGuru. about a seasonic 650watt modulor psu that is Gold rated. from what he told me in pm and he has said in the FS of said psu. it is one of the best as far as holding 80+ eff rating and beating Gold requirements. the psu is listed on newegg but for $179, depends on what your after.

    for single rail though, corsair has VX/TX/HX lines that are SeaSonic based that are single rail. im sure there are others but that is really the only one i can think of worth suggesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilsizer View Post
    OW is working on getting a review posted at JonnyGuru. about a seasonic 650watt modulor psu that is Gold rated. from what he told me in pm and he has said in the FS of said psu. it is one of the best as far as holding 80+ eff rating and beating Gold requirements. the psu is listed on newegg but for $179, depends on what your after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post


    what they need to do now is take that platform. release some in the 400-550watt range now. man that would be great for me, a few 450's for the rosie rigs!

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    It'll never happen. The resulting units would be too expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    It'll never happen. The resulting units would be too expensive.
    i know, i know, but a guy can dream cant he?

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    Thank you every body for the sites and info. I always start with the P/S when thinking of a new rebuild. In resent times P/S have change so much, I'm behind. As we all know if the P/S isn't doing its job nothing is right. I will put all this together and pick one. The next thing is a tower, boy oh boy are there a lot of choices out there. I'm talking air cooling. Thanks for all your sites and inputs.
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