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    Post Looking for a good PSU in stock in USA.

    Hello community! Im looking to buy a 650+ up to 850w power supply in the United States.


    • (Im currently looking for anything Seasonic really, but it seems there is a shortage going on cause of 'rona , so any PSU brand is good as long as its reliable.)




    • Price range: >US $160 (One hundred and sixty United States Dollars)




    • Also, I live in Uruguay and I will use a courier to import the PSU, and that also implies that a site like NewEgg will refuse to accept my payment because of the billing address or something I quite not yet understood.


    Any recommendations would be much appreciated!
    Thanks beforehand, have a good one and stay safe.

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    You're saying "not Newegg" because of your billing address... well, that's a pretty typical policy. Do you know for a fact who WILL accept your Uruguay billing address? Have you tried to buy stuff from other places here before (i.e. Best Buy, Microcenter, etc.)?

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    Replying to my own post: Ended up buying a FSP Aurum PT-1000FM. 1000w, 80+ Platinum, Open Box, directly from fsp on ebay, at US$140.
    Tbh im more relaxed buying from open box than strictly "new" because it was tested already :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    You're saying "not Newegg" because of your billing address... well, that's a pretty typical policy. Do you know for a fact who WILL accept your Uruguay billing address? Have you tried to buy stuff from other places here before (i.e. Best Buy, Microcenter, etc.)?
    The billing address problem is because my debit card payment and billing info doesnt match with my courier info. I already bought stuff from antonline, b&h, bestbuy, etc. with no problem whatsoever

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    Welp my order got cancelled.

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    So what are your specs?

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    microcenter.com.

    Power Spec Gold PSUs are good (Astro GD based), Maingear (FSP) and it even looks like they have a Corsair CX550M in stock.
    Last edited by Jon Gerow; 05-20-2020 at 04:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Solid Gear Gold PSUs are good (Astro GD based)
    Are you sure you didn't mean PowerSpec ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    Are you sure you didn't mean PowerSpec ?
    Yes. Thanks. I meant Power Spec.

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