Hi, I have a Zebronics case which includes a PSU. Now, I'm not sure weather I should trust these power ratings or not. I usually add led'd and other devices in my PC as part of my modding interest, so I need to know the Amperage of all lines. Should I trust the printed power ratings?
OH LORD ..when will these goddamn, cheap chinese importers, stop getting these P3 era supply's re-labbeled ones when clearly some of the other generic ones(Umax) are doing better.
Just look at the +5V amp rating...38A ..and look at the 12V rating...less than half..pathetic..seems that they simply forgot that P4 onwards its the 12V that needs to be nourished well.
@@ OP: This is a joke of smps, I wont take those ratings for serious. Though it may apparently appear to run fine please have no second thoughts that these are the crappiest psu's out there.
There is already a list of blacklisted PSUs on this forum. Pls give a read.
I switched over to i3's integrated graphics, and the performance gain was was clearly visible.
The WEI score for Desktop graphics Performance increased from 4.6 to 4.8 and that of Business and Gaming graphics from 5.2 to 5.6.
The score in MSI Kombustor also increased noticeably (I've lost the readings of GPU test) and frame rates in BF3, Driver San Francisco and NFS most wanted also increased by about 5 to 10 fps.
I guess I'll sell my 8400gs as it would increase my funds which I'm collecting for GTX 650.
Even though no one uses it, It has got some good reviews in websites.. Also it is more futureproof than CX430v2 having the same price and being a gigabyte product.. you neednt worry about warranty as long as you have a service center in your area