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    Arrow Apexgaming AG-650M Review

    There's always room in the market for a good, affordable fully modular 650 watt unit with 80 Plus Gold efficiency. Apexgaming wants to make an entry into that part of the market, so we'll give them a chance and see what they have to offer.
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    I don't know man talking About Deer and Solytech in that article lol
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    @OklahomaWolf Could you pretty please point out the ring cracks that you talked about, for all us non-engineering types who are looking to learn? All I can grok are what looks like a few long solder leads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Assimilator View Post
    @OklahomaWolf Could you pretty please point out the ring cracks that you talked about, for all us non-engineering types who are looking to learn? All I can grok are what looks like a few long solder leads.
    Oklahoma Wolf has now left the building...

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    Oklahoma Wolf doesn't have the macro lens needed to do that very well.

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    There still is photo equipment you don't have? I didn't expect you could resist buying one to be honest

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    Hard to justify lenses like that when I would never use them outside PSU reviews. What I have now does a good enough job most of the time.

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