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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    You do realize filing a lawsuit about a warranty repair from a company that is out of business is....ummm.....more than useless, right?
    Just hiring the lawyer would probably cost more than the worth of the product

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    Are these psu's any good? I got into this hobby too late to read any of the reviews on these psu's. Worth getting as backups?

    If so, which ones are good quality units?

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    BFG's LS, MX, ES, and EX lines are all good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    Are these psu's any good? I got into this hobby too late to read any of the reviews on these psu's. Worth getting as backups?

    If so, which ones are good quality units?


    The EX, ES, and LS PSUs are their best ones
    Below them is MX series
    Below the MX series is the GX and GS series

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    Good prices on video cards, but the cheapest shipping to Montreal, Canada on a $27.99 card was $39. Sorta kills the deal here, and that was with UPS who own their own customs broker so at least another $60-$70 of random administrative charges.

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