ATX for Power supply?

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  1. arc3 ange1

    arc3 ange1 Never be bought, Never be sold

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    Reliable brand? On Ebay, you type in "400 Power Supply," and a majority of the 400 watt power supplys being sold or ATX, jsut wanted to ask...because for $20 shipped, it seems to good of a price consdering Antec 300 watt power supplys are $55 at retail stores. Thanks
     
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    psychonate I make baby jesus cry

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    There is a reason why the Antec power supplies are pricey and this ebay one is so cheap... spend the extra money and buy a good power supply.
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    ATX isn't a brand, it's a standard for power supplies, it just describes the size/shape of the power supply and the plugs that come out of it. Like everyone else said, you get what you pay for. An Antec power supply is great.
     
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    arc3 ange1 Never be bought, Never be sold

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    I like my Antec, but I was just more willing to look on eBay as it is were I get most of my electronics. I bet I could still find an Antec 350w though for a better price than I paid for the 300w at Best Buy. But, I'm glad I came here to ask, as I probably would've made a mistake, and the atx. thanks
     
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