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Old 09-04-2007, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Echo Star 600W 20+4 Pin ATX Power Supply

Is this legit? Why is it so cheap?

Its listed at prices around 25-30... is this one of those cheapo imitations that die out after a couple hours of use?

heres the specs:

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Power your computer with this Echo star 600-watt power supply! It features five large power connectors, one floppy connector and a comes with a Serial ATA (SATA) connector to 4-pin power cable! ! It supports both 20-pin and 24-pin configurations and is equipped with a 120 mm fan with multicolor LED lights to keep your system working efficiently!

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Features/Specifications:

600-Watt 20+4 Pin ATX Power Supply


General Features:
Black or Blue metalic finish
115/230 V switchable
600-watts total power
120 mm fan w/multicolor LED lights (blue, green, red and yellow)
One (1) 12-inch 20+4 pin ATX power connector
One (1) 12-inch 12V power connector
Five (5) large Molex 4-pin power connectors
One (1) small power connector
Comes with a Serial ATA (SATA) connector to 4-pin power cable


Specifications:
115 VAC, 16 A, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC, 8 A, 50/60 Hz
+3.3V / 32A
+5V / 50A
+12V / 24A
-12V / 1.0A
-5V / 0.5A
+5VSB / 2.0A


Unit Dimensions:
3.5 x 5.75 x 5.5-inches (H x W x D, approximate)
Package Includes:
600-watt LED ATX Power Supply
Additional Information:

Product Requirements:
ATX case
ATX motherboard
Available power outlet
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Default Re: Echo Star 600W 20+4 Pin ATX Power Supply

If it's cheap, chances are you shouldn't buy it. Refer to the power supply guide in the tutorials thread of this section, for an idea of good brands:
http://www.techist.com/forums/f76/up...-guide-137927/

24A is weak for a 600W PSU.
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ok thanks, I guess I"ll just pick up a 600W from MicroCenter

looking at some OCZ's that have some nice mail in rebates
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make sure it isnt a gamexstream.. ripple!!
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