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    Psu broken

    Can anyone help my enermax naxn stopped working.I'm looking for same watt psu wold like to know which make is good for £50-70 silent please

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    Re: Psu broken

    I'd stick with one of the better brands - SuperFlower, EVGA or Seasonic. From Scan and the likes, looks like a bronze rated one could be had from one of these manufacturers. Gold ones seem to bump the price up a fair bit though.

    Thermaltake and XFX seem to offer good price/features, but I don't realy have any personal experience with them. Saying that I haven't had a power supply break since I stopped using the ultra-cheap ones that used to be bundled with fancy looking but rubbish cases.

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    Re: Psu broken

    Its dual 12v rail. But you need to tell us the wattage.

    I'd aim at a Seasonic 520W eg https://www.overclockers.co.uk/seaso...ca-051-ss.html

    seeing as how XFX have disappeared from the UK.

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