Review: Spire Rocketeer SP-500W PSU

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    bigal, Mar 17, 2006
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    good work Al...

    good work Al...

    All i can say is...

    "good work Al..."


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    Thanks, co-reviewer of PSU's!
     
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    i was tried so i couldn't think of much to say. Anyways it does look like a Reasonable PSU, be aware Al it might be a chepo immitation wait 3 months before u think its teh_ownage.
     
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    It's very decent. It looks great. But I went back to the Antec because it was much easier to get the Antec's cables tucked away.
     
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    Yer, i find some cable sleeveing is abit tight to Curve it a certain radius :)

    But i am sure u can use the Spire for your next mod or something :)
     
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