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    EVGA launches affordable B5 Series 80 Plus Bronze PSUs

    Successors to the B3 series offer higher rated capacities and further refinements.
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    Re: EVGA launches affordable B5 Series 80 Plus Bronze PSUs

    Think you have different ideas on the phrase 'affordable'

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    Re: EVGA launches affordable B5 Series 80 Plus Bronze PSUs

    you only end up paying more on electric bills- false economy

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    Re: EVGA launches affordable B5 Series 80 Plus Bronze PSUs

    It depends on the conversion rate, but if that $80 translates into £80 then that's platinum seasonic territory.

    Scan does have the B3 for £64, so it'll probably be sensibly priced

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