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Old 08-23-2007, 09:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks everyone so far. I'm having an internal dispute with myself right now though, whether to get the Rosewill psu or a cheap psu that I've heard good things about. The XCLIO Goodpower 500w. Does anybody have any experience with those?
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Xcilio Goodpower is an amazing budget power supply i always recommend it for cheaper budgets as well as some mid ranged-high end ones
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Awesome! And on the earlier OS topic. Are there generally any bad disadvantages to finding the OS on certain internet sources, such as tendency to crash, more errors, etc...?
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