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What's up with RAM companies selling PSU's??

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For whatever reason, Memory companies seem to very good at customer support.

It may be some type of inbred mentality among employees.

To me that is a great reason for buying their products.

After using three different OCZ PSUs I am thrilled with their performance.

PSUs have come a long way in the last two years and it is certainly the one component that it seems to be justified to overspend on.

(Anything else you just overclock the schnitzel out of) :D

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i dont question the why of it

 

i just buy them if they are good quality at a good price

 

the Corsair and OCZ psu's are fantastic

 

I'd pass on the Mushkin psu as it is too noisy and not as solid as the OCZ/Corsair ones (nor as solid as any of the other major psu mfg's like PCP&C, FSP, Antec, etc)

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I went mushkin because I need a PSU quick that was semi cheap. Also newegg pulled the OCZ for around the same price that they had a day before.

 

I love the PSU, adds a nice green to the blue glow

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Well there are still a very limited number of decent PSU's avalable so there is a real opportunity to break into a new market. When the firt OCZ came out there were only two other good options that had the right connectors.

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most of them buy PSU from other companies and rebadge them anyway. Its about the customer support, and enthusiast market. Joe Schmo doesnt buy Gskill memory and an OCZ PSU. they buy kingston RAM and an Antec.

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Yes nearly all the PSU's are made by a limited number of companys but not with the same standards and parts. The corsair PSU has some high quality components not on all the seasonics and somthing as simple as a diffrent setting cap or fan speed can mean night and day diffrence in performance/stability.

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