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Amazon [amazon.com] has Apevia Prestige 600W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply (ATX-PR600W) for $52.99. Shipping is free >In stock on August 17
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Just ordered this yesterday. Should I cancel for this deal?

GIGABYTE GP-P450B (80 Plus Bronze Certified, Quiet Fan, Active Power Protection, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply)
No way, an EVGA power supply is better than this no-name brand
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Just a warning for those who have never tried to get Apevia to honor their warranty. I had a power supply fail within three months of purchasing. I contacted the company and they kept giving me the run-around of who to contact and where to send it. Finally I gave up because the hassle wasn't worth my time. This was about two years ago, so I don't know if they've gotten better, but they've been around for a long time as I've seen the name quite a bit over the years.
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Apevia junk
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I'm NOT showing off the inside of my PC, why I need modular?
Convenience
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Where'd you find an EVGA 800w Gold semi-modular for $80? B-stock?
I found a cooler master gold rating 700watt psu for $80 last month lol, it went up $45 the day after I ordered it.
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I just built a new pc. I wouldn't buy any power supplies which are not fully moduled. It's so much cleaner and organized in that way.
Nothing that wire snips won't fix.
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I'm NOT showing off the inside of my PC, why I need modular?
If you don't have the storage for the unused/extra cables, it can be a problem for fan clearance. Otherwise, it's just aesthetics and people are willing to pay more to only use the cables they need
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I'm NOT showing off the inside of my PC, why I need modular?
Airflow. You either have to find a place to stash all the extra cables or have cables getting in the way of your air. Also easier to make changes in your PC without a PSU rat king getting in the way.
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It's detachable if you yank hard enough!
That's what she said!
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Lol at people detracting for being non modular. You know most PCs don't have see thru panels, right?
You know it's significantly easier to build with a modular PSU, right? Especially when you don't have any SATA disks or any need for molex power.
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3 Year warranty is pretty low but the PSU brand ranks B on LinusTechTips PSU tier list.
That's better than I'd have expected. Thanks for mentioning the new PSU list https://linustechtips.com/main/to...tier-list/

I'd been using this list from 2011, so it's not very useful these days: http://www.xtremesystems.org/foru...ng-Phase-I
I had kids and kinda stopped keeping track.
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Get one from a name brand. Psus can cause major issues with your build otherwise.
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Just ordered this yesterday. Should I cancel for this deal?

GIGABYTE GP-P450B (80 Plus Bronze Certified, Quiet Fan, Active Power Protection, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply)
It depends on how much that costs. With a 3-year warranty, they're probably of similar performance. But I don't know much specifically about your unit.
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First Amazon question:
"Apevia only uses Andyson according to the official supplier documents. And Andyson only manufactures for two brands to the US. Apevia and EVGA."

So this is sister brand to EVGA from same manufacturer?

https://www.andysonpower.com/products/all/1.htm

"Andyson, a Taiwanese power supply factory, used to mainly produce OEMs for ultra in the United States. After ultra failed, it expanded to many European and American small-brand customers, such as Raidmax, Xilence, and LCPower. Private brands can be seen in Southeast Asian markets such as Indonesia.
Andyson's products have some bright designs, but the quality is mixed, and it is difficult to say whether it is a good thing or a bad thing without specific testing."
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Get one from a name brand. Psus can cause major issues with your build otherwise.
"Name Brand" isn't the OEM. Thermaltake is a "Name Brand", but they still make PSUs I wouldn't put in my machine.

This list [somewhat] considers who actually builds the branded PSUs: https://linustechtips.com/main/to...tier-list/
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