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Brand name vs generic psu

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Im on a tight budget and i found this
Look any good? its not brand name but does that matter too much with psus?
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I would look for another and I understand about your buget but don't skimp on the psu just as the cpu is the brain of the system the psu is the heart of the system and everything else depends on it.

I would look for another just because the site you linked to did not even have any specs on the psu listed so there is no way to tell just how good it is but because of this I suspect pretty bad.

Name brand is always the way to go, if you list your system specs I would be glad to recommend some.

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