| | Re: Who makes GOOD inexpensive computer power supplies?
I'll double that suggestion to goto NewEgg... I bought a 480 Watt
Thermaltake TruPower from Newegg on special about a year ago, for around $70
US, it seems to be very stable so far to this point. Thermaltake has been a
pretty solid performer for me...
You CANNOT go wrong with an Antec though as a side note.
"Daniel Prince" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I want to buy a new ATX power supply so that I will have a good
> spare. I need a power supply with at least 400 watts, and the extra
> 12 volt connector. It must be capable of running the latest AMD
> systems with enough power to run four hard drives and three optical
> drives. I want to avoid no-name supplies with exaggerated ratings
> and dubious quality, reliability and longevity.
> I have not researched power supplies in years. I think I remember
> that Antec supplies are good but somewhat expensive and that Sparkle
> are good and inexpensive. Is that still true? Are there other
> brands that are good and inexpensive? Thank you in advance for all
> I am TERRIBLY cruel to my cat. I actually cut of the ends of
> his toes. It's just the hard, dead part that grows back but
> still. And I do it just because he sticks them in me or
> scratches the furniture or me.