Ok here is the link http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00596CP9E/ref=ox_sc_a... if that doesn't work it's a KENTEK 850 Watt 850W 120mm Fan ATX Power Supply 12V 2.3 EPS12V 2.92 SLI-ready PCI-Express SATA 20/24 PIN Intel AMD by KENTEK. First of all 850 watts is massive yes, but for 38 bucks? I don't see how this is possible. Either it's damage or i don't know but i need to know if this is actually a legit item. If you can't find the item i'm talking about just search it on amazon. It's sold for 38 bucks. 500 Watts i see are sold for 60. Why is this one so cheap? Even reviews said it was legit but I just don't understand why it's so cheap. I read all of the info and it says anything a normal working psu would say. It even comes with a warranty.
I did a quick search and many reports of the 1000w version failing in a few days. The actual sticker on the side of one of them showed the maximum power to be more like 550W. You should never skip out on the power supply.
Companies can play a lot of games with the wattage rating. Most are rated for a certain level of efficiency when drawing there rated power, this is known as the 80plus rating. The fact that this one doesn't come with one is your first hint that this is a "gutless wonder".
The second hint is that the product page doesn't include any pictures of the rail label.
The third is that has a lot of 1 star reviews
The fourth is that most of the 5 star reviews are by people who haven't gotten it yet, are using it for about half it's rated wattage(a 850watt supply should be able to run a couple of 780s), or haven't used it for more than a month.
It is, as jonnyguru would put it, a "gutless wonder"
Yea, i guess i was so excited about the wattage and price i didn't look at the reviews. (Don't worry i'm not a "buyers idiot" During the time I decide to purchase an item i spend about 3 hours reviewing the item and watching online reviews etc.) Just now i noticed all of the red flags. But thank you anyways I will learn this lesson and use it in the future
Yes, I would hope people know that by brains, I meant the ability to process information lol
I would also hope they knew memory management is also part of the brain, but, if you want to get down to the nity gritty, then everything comes down to if your brain is properly receiving and understanding information.
It was simply a analogy, not to be disputed, as that would be off topic from the OP and therefore against the rules. However, analogies to nail down importance aren't against any rules, as long as there on topic.
So, back on topic, don't skimp when building a PC or picking parts!