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    Default Wow 6 weeks on and still no PSU!!!

    Ok cant find my old post but around 6 weeks ago with some nice help from JG members i decided on and ordered an Antec neo eco 620.... this was out of stock so i agreed on an Earthwatts 650, 6 weeks on and still no PSU i rang today and asked for a refund so fingers crossed.
    I need this PSU to run my new vid card Msi R5770 hawk, Im getting infinite cycle error with my current psu
    A local shop has these instock (the 650)
    http://www.ikonik.com/Vulcan/650-850_specs.php

    I found a review on Xbit about them they seem okay... Just i live in a small town and choice is limitted. Again many thanks

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    At Newegg? Seems odd, you did contact their customer service? They have the PSUs in stock so it shouldnt be a problem to send them out. Let me know what the support said if possible.

    Christoph

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    Nope this in New Zealand. Probably why it has taken this long couriers must be using horse n cart I wish we had Newegg....

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    The Ikonik is a CWT PSH unit, it's not super good, but PSH is proven reliable, lots of brands uses/has used it.

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    move to a better country (america)

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    Edited:
    6 weeks!!!. Well, now you know where not to go shopping.
    The IKONIK Vulcan 650W is a high quality unit. It presents stable voltages, long cables (65cm to the first connector), quality internal components, good efficiency and rather quiet operation. If you can afford the price, go for it.

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    Henry, the OP is in New Zealand and has already stated that he is not dealing with Newegg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrWicked1968 View Post
    Henry, the OP is in New Zealand and has already stated that he is not dealing with Newegg.
    Yes, you are right. I have just edited it. Thank you.

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    K i like this unit its modular as a bonus too, and has blue fans im gonna ghetto pimp my case with 120mm Blue fans as it is
    Main question is there a draw back to 4 X 18A 12V rails oppose to say 2 30A rails.
    My card is recomended for 40A across all rails this has 72A across all which seems pretty sweet.

    Again thanks heaps ppl @ JG

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    The Ikonik 650W has 4x18A rails, with a combined 52A across all rails. It will still run your computer fine. The 40A recommendation is for an entire computer, not just the card itself.

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