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~$20 EVGA PSU. Is it to good to be true?

tydowntyty
  • 29 months ago

Okay. So I ran into this while practicing making part lists and I was wondering if it's...

  1. Just inexpensive (Could be better could be worse. Not going to blow up.)
  2. Going to blow up (Cheap)
  3. A surprisingly good PSU for the price. (Not going to blow up.)
  4. [OTHER]

P.S. I know the wattage is low.

Comments

  • 29 months ago
  • 3 points

The answer is "All of the above". It wasn't tested, so it's unknown if it blows up, damages components, or works just fine,

  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

Based on some of the reviews I wouldn't get it myself. Its on sale from the original price of $45, but some reviews state that the PSU worked for a few hours then died.

  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

You don't need to pay more for a quality unit. These Corsair CXs have been $22 after rebate before

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