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This may be a misprice but... To get this bundle and price click the buy link on the Today Only page in the Super Savers section

Coolermaster Centurion RC-532 Black+Silver Trim Case w/o PSU +
650W EZCool Silent SLi pPFC Power Supply PCI-E + SATA AMD & P4 Ready 12cm Silent Fan ATX12v Ready

Basically a good case with a decent PSU for about the price of the case alone.

Some .net forum members will be able to get free delivery making this a much better deal.
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#1
Got this case, but I don't really like it.

Would have rather got a cheaper one, and changed it after two years. But it is totally screwless case. which is kinda handy.
#2
The PSU is very poor. It's only use would be a doorstop or paperweight tbh. Don't skimp on the psu as its powers your PC.
#3
This isn't a misprice.
Case alone is £37.
Not sure about the PSU.
Anyone any experience of EZCool?
#4
mith
The PSU is very poor. It's only use would be a doorstop or paperweight tbh. Don't skimp on the psu as its powers your PC.


Any recommendations for around £25-£30 ?
#5
mith
The PSU is very poor. It's only use would be a doorstop or paperweight tbh. Don't skimp on the psu as its powers your PC.


Agreed! :thumbsup:

The Bequiet Darkpower PSU's are on special today. MMmmm tasty :) 87% eff, would probably pay for itself over it's lifetime....

(You know you are a geek when you find yourself oogling a power supply :w00t: )
#6
stamfordblue
Any recommendations for around £25-£30 ?


450W Be Quiet Dark Power PRO BN071 Modular PSU 87% Eff' £55.21

It would be woth it ....
#7
stamfordblue
Any recommendations for around £25-£30 ?



It really depends on what other components you have, but if your budget is under £30 then the only one I can see from Scan is the FSP 350w. Keep an eye on their today only offers as they have the FSP 700w for a bargain price of thirty something notes.
Basically avoid EZCool, NorthQ and Silverpower.
#8
mith
It really depends on what other components you have, but if your budget is under £30 then the only one I can see from Scan is the FSP 350w. Keep an eye on their today only offers as they have the FSP 700w for a bargain price of thirty something notes.
Basically avoid EZCool, NorthQ and Silverpower.


Cheers for the heads up.:thumbsup:
I check Scan Today Only just about every day.
Want to build myself a new system soon.Current one is a few years old now (XP2400)
Will keep a look out for the FSP 700W :thumbsup:
#9
stamfordblue, this 700w FSP (Scan link) goes for £28-29 on Scan/todayonly.

Now this would be waiting for!
#10
Don't buy cheep power supplies. No really. Not worth the hastle / system 'unstability' . PSU issues can be very hard to diagnose as well. A good high efficiency PSU (at least 80+) will save you money, in the long run, and our planet !
#11
mith
Basically avoid EZCool, NorthQ and Silverpower.


Agree about the EZCool but not the others.

I've built systems with Silverpower PSUs and I believe they're a quality make, not in the same league as Corsair, Seasonic, Enermax, PC&Power Cooling etc. but much much better than the EZCool.

With regards the NorthQ, I'm not too sure but would have assumed they'd be better than the EZCool at least.
#12
Crossbow
stamfordblue, this 700w FSP (Scan link) goes for £28-29 on Scan/todayonly.

Now this would be waiting for!


Definitely worth waiting for!
That would be a great saving :thumbsup:

The last power supply I bought, was one of those generic Gold coloured 500W ones with 2 fans off Ebuyer for about £12 a while back.
Been going fine now for over 3 years.Must have been lucky to get a good 'un. :)
#13
amjedm;2620649
With regards the NorthQ, I'm not too sure but would have assumed they'd be better than the EZCool at least.
From the reviews I've read, NorthQs seem to be OK (good for the 'high-end' ones), but a little overpriced imho. Would only consider them if there was a very good offer for one of their better ones though.
#14
stamfordblue;2620719
Definitely worth waiting for!
That would be a great saving :thumbsup:
The last power supply I bought, was one of those generic Gold coloured 500W ones with 2 fans off Ebuyer for about £12 a while back.
Been going fine now for over 3 years.Must have been lucky to get a good 'un. :)
Even though FSP make quality PSUs, don't think they're quite worth £70 tbh. ~£50 would be fairer.

Generic PSUs can be OK for low-end components, & probably not very good for the environment! I'd imagine many readymade PSUs on eBay will probably have cheapo generic-type ones. Have you noticed all of them say this & that is awesome, but many don't specify the PSU make+model in the description?
#15
I wouldn't put a NorthQ in my system :) - See HERE
#16
gotta agree the EZCool is a piece o junk only use for a very low power system i got a 550w one with a case (luckily i liked the case and the deal was only £29) the FSP i also got on offer from scan glad to say its great!!!:-D

ps bloomin hell its £70 on scan atm

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