Xclio Godspeed Two Advanced Black Mid Tower Case with 2 x180mm Side Fans + 500W Ezcool PSU [£40.24 @ Scan] - HotUKDeals
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Xclio Godspeed Two Advanced Black Mid Tower Case with 2 x180mm Side Fans + 500W Ezcool PSU [£40.24 @ Scan]

£40.24 @ Scan
Using Hexus Forum free delivery. Find it in the Super Savers section :) http://forums.hexus.net/general-discussion/138834-scan2hexus-free-shipping-setup-guide.html Case is £51.69 to buy separate… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Using Hexus Forum free delivery. Find it in the Super Savers section :)

http://forums.hexus.net/general-discussion/138834-scan2hexus-free-shipping-setup-guide.html

Case is £51.69 to buy separately. Power supply is £13.67 so saving yourself £25 for buying it in a bundle. Good deal for those building budget systems.

New special cooling system with twin blue illuminated 180mm fans on the side panel and twin 8cm blue LED fans on the top panel provides you an extreme cooling solution. All the fans can be adjustable.
There are also four external 5.25", one 3.5" external and five 3.5" internal bays. And they're all tool-less, it's easy for your installation. The tool-less function extends to the expansion slots and it has a device which can lock up, through this way, it makes your installation and card changing easier and faster. If you are looking for a sturdy chassis with an excellent cooling system and economic price, there's no doubt that Godspeed One Advanced is your best choice and it's even beyond your expectation.

Unique & Simple Design

Solid & Versatile Case Chassis (0.5mm SECC)

Smart Top Control Panel

Blue LED Illumination

Excellent Cooling Solution

Tool-Less Clips For Easy Installation

Support E-SATA

Case Material Chassis: 0.5 mm SECC ; Front panel: ABS Plastic + Meshed Grill

Motherboard Compatibility Flex ATX, Micro ATX, Standard ATX

Expansion Slots: 7
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#1
The case is alright I suppose, I wouldn't bother with it myself though.

The PSU is a total liability, wouldn't touch it with a bargepole. And because it's included, and you're either going to have to throw it away OR throw your PC away when it blows up and takes the PC with it.. it's cold from me. Sorry.

Plenty of cases for less than £40 that are better quality and don't come with a paper weight.
#2
staffsMike
The case is alright I suppose, I wouldn't bother with it myself though.

The PSU is a total liability, wouldn't touch it with a bargepole. And because it's included, and you're either going to have to throw it away OR throw your PC away when it blows up and takes the PC with it.. it's cold from me. Sorry.

Plenty of cases for less than £40 that are better quality and don't come with a paper weight.


Or neither of the above, unless you have proof that theres something inherently wrong with this exact PSU? I'm guessing no.
#3
Well everyone is entitled to their own opinion but no self respecting system builder I know touches a £13 500W PSU let alone one from a company with as poor a reputation as eZcool. And I'm part of the Hexus forums whom all seem to share the same opinion.
#4
Shengis
Or neither of the above, unless you have proof that theres something inherently wrong with this exact PSU? I'm guessing no.


Budget PSU in general are pants. The specs on that PSU don't look too bad but I'd take those specs with a huge pinch of salt. If you're gonna be building a very budget PC then it's probably fine. Just don't expect to overclock or use any decent GFX cards.
#5
This just looks so wrong as if designed by a retard. (Sorry if I’ve offended any retards).
I bought a 350W Enermax ECO80+ from Scan this week for under £34.50 and it’s 80plus certified. Its big brother has a very good review at SilentPCReview in which it is rated as being exceptionally quiet and also power efficient as well as being stable. I’d rather match that with a cheap £15 case than take a risk on this.
#6
The front looks bland, the switch panel is too far back and the fans look like a non-matching after thought. The dubious PSU adds the final touch that makes this a very cold deal.

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