Psu help !!!!!!

hi i am really trying to save money i am 14 years old and need to now is icute a better make than corsair ?
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  1. Not even close.
  2. try OCZ, BFG, Antec, or Seasonic, they tend to have solid units for a decent price
  3. so is it better for me to buy a non-modular 500w corsair for £50 than to buy a modular 500w icute for £40
  4. non mod from corsair is the safer bet, but then again, there are known lemons for corsair as well, icute sounds like a gimmicky OEM crap brand, esp with that name....
  5. so go with the corsair do you think even though it costs more. do you think its worth the money.
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    so go with the corsair do you think even though it costs more. do you think its worth the money.


    it won't cost less when the icute dies on you in 10 months and you need to replace it
  7. so "ct1615" are you familiar with icute are you absolutely certain that it will brake down easily because at the moment that is the better buy except the fact that i dont know how long its going to last me. so do you honestly think i should go with the icute . http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=221195 or do you think i should go with the corsair : http://www.corsair.com/products/vx/default.aspx please help my homebuilt pc needs this ive spent £100s on this.
  8. look, multiple people says corsair, don't blame us if you get the icute and it dies and takes a couple of things with it, you mauy never have trouble with it if you never load the thing with high power use components and would last for years, or it can burn your whole system because it is a crappy psu.
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    so "ct1615" are you familiar with icute are you absolutely certain that it will brake down easily because at the moment that is the better buy except the fact that i dont know how long its going to last me. so do you honestly think i should go with the icute . http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=221195 or do you think i should go with the corsair : http://www.corsair.com/products/vx/default.aspx please help my homebuilt pc needs this ive spent £100s on this.


    i would reply but hollylancer has stated all there is to say about icute. So, I'll just say get what you want its not my PC.
  10. ok thanks all of you i think i will will go with the corsair.
  11. Good choice
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