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I have a aerocool integrator 600w PSU. Is it reliable because on amazon it has good reviews but on other websites it has 2 stars.

 

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It's cheap crap. Sorry but fact.

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Wouldn't trust that thing.

 

Look Tier #4

 

 

Any list that is missing 75% of SeaSonic PSUs is qualified as crap.

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I have a aerocool integrator 600w PSU. Is it reliable because on amazon it has good reviews but on other websites it has 2 stars.

 

Thanks.

My Aerocool Integrator 750W in my main PC has been in there for 1 year and still running strong :)

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So is my PSU bad I have been running for a year? Should I replace immediatly.

 

Areocool Integrator 750W

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My Aerocool Integrator 750W in my main PC has been in there for 1 year and still running strong :)

 

A year isn't THAT much in the grand scheme of things. CX430s from Corsair have a three year warranty, and most people have a computer for about five years at a time.

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So is my PSU bad I have been running for a year? Should I replace immediatly.

 

Areocool Integrator 750W

 

Highly advised, unless you want a potential fire hazard.

 

It won't die quite as quickly as a Diablotek PSU would, but I would hesitate to imagine when it will give up the proverbial ghost.

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BOOT and PROGRAMS - CORSAIR MP600 1TB
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Highly advised, unless you want a potential fire hazard.

 

It won't die quite as quickly as a Diablotek PSU would, but I would hesitate to imagine when it will give up the proverbial ghost.

 

Any good PSU's?

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My Aerocool Integrator 750W in my main PC has been in there for 1 year and still running strong :)

You never know anything unless your PC catch on fire.

 

True story for PSU sides. They do the burst suddenly.

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Highly advised, unless you want a potential fire hazard.

 

It won't die quite as quickly as a Diablotek PSU would, but I would hesitate to imagine when it will give up the proverbial ghost.

My mATX PC that I am building (waiting for new board after board fire) has a CX750M. Is it good?

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Any good PSU's?

EVGA G2/GS/GQ or any Seasonic, XFX TS.

 

Check this chart.

 

I would select b/w Tier 1 and Tier 2a

 

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I have a aerocool integrator 600w PSU. Is it reliable because on amazon it has good reviews but on other websites it has 2 stars.

 

Thanks.

its shit

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My mATX PC that I am building (waiting for new board after board fire) has a CX750M. Is it good?

Not meant for high end builds though.

 

CX made for entry level rigs like i3 CPU with no discrete GPU.

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My mATX PC that I am building (waiting for new board after board fire) has a CX750M. Is it good?

Meh.

Check the PSU whitelist in my signature.

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My mATX PC that I am building (waiting for new board after board fire) has a CX750M. Is it good?

I believe CX750M is a rebrand of CS750M.

 

Which is in Tier 3. (Acceptable).

 

Still I wouldn't recommend it though.

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Not meant for high end builds though.

 

CX made for entry level rigs like i3 CPU with no discrete GPU.

 

Not necessarily all CX units.

The CX750M's one of the legit good units. It can withstand a 40°C operating temperature, has a 5-year warranty, and is solidly enough built.

 

I mean yeah, there are better units available, but the CX750M is still pretty decent.

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Not necessarily all CX units.

The CX750M's one of the legit good units. It can withstand a 40°C operating temperature, has a 5-year warranty, and is solidly enough built.

 

I mean yeah, there are better units available, but the CX750M is still pretty decent.

Tier 3 acceptable. Still wouldn't recommend for high end builds.

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Tier 3 acceptable. Still wouldn't recommend for high end builds.

Will it run Minesweeper at 640x480@30hz?

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Will it run Minesweeper at 640x480@30hz?

No only 320x240 @1 Hz.

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Will it run Minesweeper at 640x480@30hz?

 

Nah, it'll just erupt in a cascading inferno.

DAYTONA

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RAM - 32GB (4x8GB) CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX DDR4-2400
CPU COOLING - NOCTUA NH-D14
GRAPHICS CARD - EVGA NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 980Ti SC+ ACX 2.0 w/ BACKPLATE
BOOT and PROGRAMS - CORSAIR MP600 1TB
GAMES and FILES - TOSHIBA 2TB
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CASE - CORSAIR OBSIDIAN 750D

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Nah, it'll just erupt in a cascading inferno.

I cry every time :mellow:

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