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Old 02-12-2008, 12:57 PM   #61 (permalink)
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They are ok, but there are still many choices better in quality.
In comparison to the FSP, about the same..
Let me put it this way, if I saw someone buying one, I wouldn't yell at them.
well i bought 2 of the antecs for the last two builds and reason cos:
i did a combod i got the antec + 7600gt .
i got a $45 dollar discount on each order plus rebates on each of them.

isnt that a good deal"?
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Sure, rebates always a plus.. If you do them..
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Sure, rebates always a plus.. If you do them..
lol...i get lazy, A LOT

this time i think will...
"I THINK"!!!!
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The higher end antecs are much better compared to the earthwatts, for example the he series.
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The higher end antecs are much better compared to the earthwatts, for example the he series.
well this is what i got for the 2 builds that i used the earthwatts for

e2180 with ds3l
2gb tracers
7600gt
320gb hdd
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....thats about it

none of them were high end, just basic builds so they hsould be fine.
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Nice job. Thnx.
 
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If you just look at the sources cited, I can tell you I read every power supply review at jhonny guru's website and I read alot at every other website listed.
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Wow, didnt know the truepower quattro, was so good, no wonder it costs so much.
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