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View Poll Results: Which PSU is best for Benching?
PCP&C Turbo Cool 1200 3 25.00%
Corsair AX1200 5 41.67%
Antex Quattro 1200 OC 3 25.00%
Thermaltake Toughpower Grand TPG-1200M 0 0%
EVGA SR2 0 0%
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I may have a kaleidoscope you can borrow. Not sure if it will be much help for your testing
Any acid to go with it?
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Any acid to go with it?
Crap, you just triggered a flashback
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Crap, you just triggered a flashback
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wow man, look at the colors
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PCP&C. I've had mine for over a year. Hasn't let me down once. Knock on wood (head). Only downside is cost. But i have been wanting an Antec. Just too many other things taking priority.
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I've had both of my PCP&Cs over a year and both of them have never let me down. Bought the Corsair for my gamer so I have some options.

Curious cause both Patch and Splave were looking for Corsair AX1200s, so I figured must be something good about them

Read too many dead motherboard stories to buy and Antec
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The PCP&C 750 in my main rig is 4 years old. Kinda embarrassed about that but the damn thing is still rock solid as the day I bought it.
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yea I had the old rust colored 750

it was a work horse ..... e8500 w/ 280 cold benching was the fatal blow for it unfortunatly ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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I've still got an old Corsair 750. Every time I think I should sell it I find a reason why I need to keep it around
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