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Quality PSU Brand?


harleyd

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Hi. My spare PC needs a new PSU, what's a reasonable quality brand to fit?

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onthelimit1

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I use iCute from Maplins. Around 25 quid for a 400W model. There are cheaper ones around, but these are nice and quiet and seem to last well.

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ICF

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gengiscant

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The one from 'ICF' without a doubt.

iCute Is Sharkoons secondary name. Not saying top of the line but reviews on the net for Sharkoon products arent on the low end. There have been a few reports of icute PSU's blowing which can mean taking out your other components.

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onthelimit1

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Corsair are undoubtedly better, but my customers are usually reluctant to spend that much. I haven't had an iCute fail (yet!), but would probably go down the Corsair route if it was for myself.

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finerty

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have a look at ebuyer and novatech.

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harleyd

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Hi everyone & apologies for the delay in coming back to you! I've now sorted it with a iCute. All's now fine. Many thanks!

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