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SilverStone 750W 80 Plus Bronze Power Supply EXPIRED

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Computers.Woot has SilverStone 750W 80 Plus Bronze Power Supply (SST-ET750-B) for $37.34. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account and select a shipping address in order for Woot to apply free shipping) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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Features:
  • High efficiency with 80 PLUS Bronze certification
  • 24/7 continuous power output with 40℃ operating temperature. Class-leading single +12V rail
  • Silent running 120mm fan with 18 dBA
  • PCI-E 8pin and PCI-E 6pin connectors support
  • All-black flat cables design

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Woot.com [woot.com] has SilverStone 750W 80 Plus Bronze Power Supply (SST-ET750-B) for $37.34. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members or is otherwise $6 per order.

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Well...? We're waiting!
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Yep, we're waiting!!!
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Great price for the wattage, and a decent brand. Otherwise, you aren't getting much - bronze, non modular, 3 years of warranty. Would be fine for PCs that aren't doing mission critical work.
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Quote from muchwow :
Great price for the wattage, and a decent brand. Otherwise, you aren't getting much - bronze, non modular, 3 years of warranty. Would be fine for PCs that aren't doing mission critical work.
High wattage Silverstones are pretty loud because they are aggressive on the fan speed to do the cooling. They do have some good and quieter ones but they have always been highly overpriced. I have used many of this brand along with their cases. The PSUs last about 7-8 years. They used to be good choices when they had some unique advantages before (especially PSU size to fit their slim cases) but have not maintained that position for what they price them at.

The entry level Seasonic or Corsair would be better choices at this price level with longer warranties.
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High wattage Silverstones are pretty loud because they are aggressive on the fan speed to do the cooling. They do have some good and quieter ones but they have always been highly overpriced. I have used many of this brand along with their cases. The PSUs last about 7-8 years. They used to be good choices when they had some unique advantages before (especially PSU size to fit their slim cases) but have not maintained that position for what they price them at.

The entry level Seasonic or Corsair would be better choices at this price level with longer warranties.
Find me a top tier PSU manufacturer with this price/wattage ratio. I'm waiting.
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Find me a top tier PSU manufacturer with this price/wattage ratio. I'm waiting.
This is a dumb question at so many levels.

1. Seasonic S12iii bronze PSUs are frequently available at better than this price/wattage ratio. You didn't say exactly at this wattage. If you are looking for 750w, then a comparable EVGA N1 that is as loud is under $40 frequently at Newegg.

2. Just looking at price/wattage ratio is a dumb way to do your build. If you have a build that really requires 750w, then you shouldn't be looking at this tier and budget a little bit more so as not to be penny wise and pound foolish. If you don't need 750w then a lower wattage one that is sufficient but with better efficiency, quiet and other features like power stability, rails, type and number of connectors, warranty etc would be a smarter buy.

If your only intent is to shill for a current deal, then I understand.
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