Question Is super-core a good brand

Jul 8, 2020
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I was looking at buying a 500w power supply under the “Super-core” brand. Does anybody know if this is a reliable brand?
 

Math Geek

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i have never even head of them. so no clue.

can you link the product? would help to look into it a bit. but most likely if it is real cheap, then its gonna be a junk brand.

most quality units are having supply issues all over the world. so it can be hard to find something good at a decent price.
 
Jul 8, 2020
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i have never even head of them. so no clue.

can you link the product? would help to look into it a bit. but most likely if it is real cheap, then its gonna be a junk brand.

most quality units are having supply issues all over the world. so it can be hard to find something good at a decent price.
i have never even head of them. so no clue.

can you link the product? would help to look into it a bit. but most likely if it is real cheap, then its gonna be a junk brand.

most quality units are having supply issues all over the world. so it can be hard to find something good at a decent price.
sure here is the link

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/264785108608
 

DSzymborski

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Gross. I think I actually smelled blown capacitors when looking at that image.

It's not even actually a 500W PSU with the listed specs or even a 300W PSU. A junky 300W PSU with a voltage switch like it's 1994. Even worse, a used, dirty, junk PSU!

If I had no other choice, I'd pay a considerable sum of money to not have to use this PSU in anything I own. Luckily, you can make that decision for free, which is a tremendous bargain.
 
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Gross. I think I actually smelled blown capacitors when looking at that image.

It's not even actually a 500W PSU with the listed specs or even a 300W PSU. A junky 300W PSU with a voltage switch like it's 1994. Even worse, a used, dirty, junk PSU!

If I had no other choice, I'd pay a considerable sum of money to not have to use this PSU in anything I own. Luckily, you can make that decision for free, which is a tremendous bargain.
Ok thanks for your Insight
 

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