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Bobskos

Bad power supplies

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How do brands like Apevia get away with selling bad products to people. It just doesn't make sense how they can sell hardware that has the possibility to ruin your pc and get away with it.

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Because the vast majority of people don't care, and truthfully they often work just fine. While malfunctions leading to PSU and other component death are more common in bad power supplies, they still aren't all that common, especially not with the typically low to mid range computers these power supplies end up in.


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Dumb ignorant consumers who don’t know what they are buying.


-it’s scuff Gang btw, I hated the name and needed a change
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1 hour ago, Bobskos said:

How do brands like Apevia get away with selling bad products to people. It just doesn't make sense how they can sell hardware that has the possibility to ruin your pc and get away with it.

It costs more to get a lawyer to sue the company than it does to replace the ruined PC parts.

 

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