PSU price too good to be true?

Building a new rig, and im looking for the best bang for the buck on a power supply. I found this on newegg

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817154023

It seems to be a new product as i cant seem to find reviews about it anywhere.

new rig will consist of:

E6300 (OC) :o
Intel mobo
ATI x1900xtx :lol:
2gb ddr2 (not sure wich brand and speed yet)
lian li case

any thoughts would be appreciated
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  1. I would stay away from a mostly unknown power supply. Let someone else figure out if it sucks or not.
  2. Never heard of it....

    I suggest you move up to this Antec Neo 500w, you don't need 600w, I seriously doubt you even need 400w but 500w will give you a nice cushion.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817103940

    It costs more but do you really want to put a 600w, $60 psu in your $1000 computer?
  3. The price seems average. The PS specs look fine. Thus, the price is not "too good" to be true.
  4. yes, yes it is

    just the lack of anything similar to this
    Quote:
    and tighter ±3% regulation for improved system stability.


    which was in the antec specs,

    i wouldnt go for it
  5. Quote:
    The price seems average. The PS specs look fine. Thus, the price is not "too good" to be true.


    ...yeah..no it doesnt.
  6. The power supply is nvidia sli certified does that really tell me anything about its quality? or does nvidia pass those things out like candy?
  7. Am I missing something here? Why the interest in an average-looking PS at an average price from an unknown company, if you are looking for "the best bang for the buck"?

    PS - Yes, nVidia passes them out like candy. They just require some minimum specs, including dual +12V rails, I think.
  8. Thanks for you reply....Guess ill have to save up a little more and go for an Antec.
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