upec

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Enermax makes great PSU. I have two Enermax PSUs and they have been great for me. Falcon Northwest, Maingear and Voodoo PC all use Enermax PSU for ther $5,000+ PC.
 
I was looking at the zalman also, I only looked at it though cause it comes pre sleeved! But when it came to crunch time I Went with the Enermax, Just cause I owned 1 previous and it was great!
 

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Crashman will be posting any second now....

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46,510 , movin on up. 48k new goal. Maybe not.. :/
 

RobD

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damn it crashman is late...

Oh well ill start for him...

Probably the main reason you have never heard of fortron is because most of the psus they sell go under other names (pc power and cooling, sparkle, powerman, aopen (some) etc...).

Anyhow their newer psus now have a low rpm 120mm fan which allows the psu to stay pretty quiet. Fortrons have excellent power regulation...best of all they are cheep. Their quality is on par with enermax and antec.

If it isn't a P6 then it isn't a processor
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PC Power and Cooling's PSU are very different from the one from Fortron base on reviews on the two PSU. They build with different components. My PC Power and Cooling PSU is a lot heavier than Fortron PSU and have more connectors. I have no idea where crashman get the idea that PC Power and Cooling's PSU is from Fortron.