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    Really Nice Info on Power Supplies

    Tom's Hardware comes through again:

    Who's Who In Power Supplies: Brands, Labels, And OEMs
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...-oem,2729.html

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    Very cool article.
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    Made me check the "E' number on the UL page for my Cooler Master 700M.
    Made by AcBel I guess, I have yet to use it. It only has two PCI-e 6x2 connectors (All that I need, if I was going with more than two video cards I would want more power anyway) This will handle a single 5770 anyway, more my style. It does have Japanese capacitors, but without removing the cover while in a store, how would you know their ratings? It seemed to have most of what I wanted and at $132 (Retail store) it was not cheap. It is a single +12V rail

    I was surprised that the article did not discuss rails.
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    Not only nice one.. great dear...

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    Steve, Thanks for the info and links. Well worth any PC user or builders time to ponder and go over.
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    my computer has been damaged due to floods coming into our place.Now, my power supply was damaged,so may I ask if its a possibility that it can be repair and use it again or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by floodedbasement View Post
    my computer has been damaged due to floods coming into our place.Now, my power supply was damaged,so may I ask if its a possibility that it can be repair and use it again or not?
    Depends on the nature of the damage but usually not worth repairing a PSU unless it is something simple like a blown fuse. Water will cause corrosion to the tracks and solder joints.

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    Very good article
    thanks

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    Thanks for the info and links. Well worth any PC user or builders time to ponder and go over

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    thanks for sharing this, really nice information or you can say article.

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