Slightly cooler than a n00b
15th January 2005
My pc up until recently was working fine, then it suddenly decided to randomly turn off and reboot.My psu is a Q-tec 650w,The only way to stop it rebooting is to connect it through a battery supported power lead.I know this psu is cheap and probably a bad choice,I have thought about Enermax,Ocz or Thermaltake which of these would be a better choice.:)
What does the Fox say?
23rd November 2002
Don't know... I'd prefer either the Enermax, or OCZ. Don't too much like Thermaltake...
We do have a member who is a big fan of OCZ. :D
Killing is my business...
29th November 2004
I have an Enermax Noisetaker 600w and it can generate quite eccessive ammounts of power for all manner of current hungry components. They are not cheap though.
Lord of the Peach
19th April 2004
yeah, $200+ OCZ has PSU's of about 450 watts in the $90 range. Run like a 550watt though. I have herd they are very good.
...burning angel wings to dust
14th February 2004
Monster_userWe do have a member who is a big fan of OCZ. :D
:D I'll plug OCZ again; haven't a complaint yet, with any of their products. SOlid power supplies, stable rails. A little on the expensive side, but once you've seen one you'll understand why it's worth it.
21st February 2005
Get an Enermax psu. i have a 600 watt Enermax and it works like a charm. Is quiet and keeps cool.
12th March 2004
yepi have have an Enermax noisetaker 480 watt, runs fine and i like the way the fan keeps running after you turn off your pc to help remove heat from the case, pricey but worth every penny for peace of mind
Thinking about it.
GF makes me horny
15th April 2005
If you can find a TASK psu it ain't bad. I haven't had any problems with it yet and it's not that expensive
walmart brand is good too, but a bit pricey when compared to using a used car battery