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Old 21st January 2005, 16:49   #1
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Default Antec TrueBlue 480W vs. NeoTEC V4200 420W

Quote: “Many people would spend thousands of PLN on their new PC. Unfortunately they do not realize how imporant the feeder is. Poor quality feeder can cause damage of sometimes very expensive subassemblies and in the worst case of the whole PC. We often chose the case by colour or by the looks and we do not care about the feeder that comes with it. Fortunately chosing a feeder is becoming an issue lately. This test will show if it is reasonable to spend couple of hundreds PLN on a feeder or if an average, cheap model will secure a stabile work for us.” Full article...


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