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Default Ultra X4 500 W Review at Hardwaresecrets

Here.
Looks OK.
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Ultra X4 500 W is a very good 500 W power supply, being able to really deliver 500 W at very high temperatures, efficiency between 82% and 86%, voltages very close to their nominal values and very little noise and ripple. The full modular cabling system is a very nice feature and it comes with the correct number of cables for a 500 W product.
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Andyson F series.

They seem to have gotten it right this time.
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This is what happens when Ultra actually uses a platform at a power level it's designed for.
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Well a 500W PSU is much easier to design than a 1200W...
So it should work properly...
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But it's overpriced isn't it?
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But it's overpriced isn't it?
Yes, it definitely is.
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Somehow you need to make the impression of a quality product.
If you'll set the price of the crap higher, people think it's a good quality product.

But something I learnd: on everyproduct wich is advertised with the words quality or high quality it's usually crap that falls apart when you really use it...
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