Is this PSU any good (ebay link ) Powercool 750W ATX Modular 80 plus

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Powercool-750W-ATX-PSU-Modular-Desktop-Power-Supply-PC-750AUBA-M-/110797549374?pt=UK_Computing_PowerSupplies_EH&hash=item19cc0c6f3e

is this any good ?

i want to upgrade

current system

gtx 460 msi
amd 640 quad core
4gb ddr 3

regular cd/dvd and hard drive
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  1. If i read correclty it has 64 amps!!!!!!! thats really good now if i read right that will definelty power that system
  2. 64 amps ??

    surely not

    it has 32 , no psu has 64 amps, that sounds too high
  3. I would say no since its not a well known brand so you can't be sure of the components inside. My PSU has 52 amps, which I think is among the highest.
  4. I have never heard of the brand and can't seem to find any legit reviews therefore I would stay away. 64 amps is pretty impressive for a 750w PSU though, my Corsair 750TX only has 60 amps. For those of you that think that is alot the Corsair AX1200 has a single 100 amp rail !

    Look for a power supply from Corsair, Seasonic, PC Power and Cooling, XFX, Enermax, Silverstone or Antec. This list is pretty up to date.


    http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx
  5. It has two 32A 12V rails. It cannot be assumed that they can both be loaded to 32A at the same time, especially not on a unit of unknown, likely low, quality.
    I heard off someone who owns/owned one and he said that the 750W number is the peak figure rather than the continuous figure, which is another indication that it is a low quality unit.

    What do you want to upgrade to? Maybe you don't need a so called '750W' unit and would be better off with a high quality ~550W unit.
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