He might. He's not an EVGA fan though TBH. Well, specifically, if that is a Super Flower built unit, he's not a Super Flower fan. He tends to bash them, sometimes deservedly, when given the chance. Sometimes not deservedly.
You need to have a higher level of Google-Fu to find a review of EVGA GD series.Well thise models are one i often see for lower prices.
Im not sure how good they are and cannot find reviews, but i think it wiuld be nice to be able to say whether they are good or not.
I think I have seen them for 1-2 months. I'd expect reviews within 1-2 months.And THAT, usually tells you one of two things. Either they are too new for anybody to have reviewed them yet, or they are not a model that the manufacturer is proud enough of to send out review samples of them because they don't want the bad feedback they know they are going to recieve going mainstream public because when Aris or Oklahoma Wolf, or another PSU reviewer says "this unit is not good", then they might as well just shut down the production line for that model because it's never going to be a high volume seller. Also, if reviewers don't feel the unit is good enough to bother wasting time on for a review, they may abstain from doing a review on it if a sample WAS sent, or decline to spend money on it in order TO review it if no sample was sent.
Other times, well, no, that pretty much covers it.
Even some reputable vrands dont do anything if a psu fries everything else.Ebay's guarantee doesn't mean Jack if something damages your system. They won't be replacing your damaged hardware. Seen plenty of people on here put Ebay CPUs in perfectly good motherboards and end up with both a CPU and motherboard that don't work afterwards.
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