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Dynapower DP-46P2U
8.2* out of 10

Dynapower DP-46P2U

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Overall 6

Asus X58

Sarah T., Newegg
14 December 2010
  • Summary: I originally received a defective motherboard which was very frustrating. Although I could have had my computer build done in a few days, this problem set me back several weeks.
  • Pros: USB 3.0 Capable equipped with MEM OK! button 5 year automatic warranty
  • Cons: the power switch, power LED, HDD LED, and internal buzzer power ports do not connect firmly. This can cause failure of any of these components.
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Overall 10

Robust power supply stands up to serious hacking

Eric A., Newegg
15 July 2010
  • Summary: PSU's are the only computer part that say "DO NOT OPEN, NO SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE" as well as the high-voltage warnings. Well, I needed more power for my HTPC build, so I turned to server PSUs. Got this one, but it was too large for my case (N82E16811154062).
  • Pros: Provides stable voltages even after emitting minor amounts of smoke due to an internal short (my fault completely, not the PSU's fault at all.) Running with no problems, even after serious modding. Fits completely inside my HTPC case with very minor bulging.
  • Cons: Had to void the warranty. Slightly too large to fit in an HTPC case unmodded. Stock fans are very noisy. Runs hot but not dangerously hot. No SATA connectors means less room and less elegant wiring in the case if using SATA hard drives.
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Overall 10

Good 2U PSU

Anonymous, Newegg
14 April 2010
  • Summary: The length of the power cables were enough to reach the front of my very long server - perfect. Great PSU for the price.
  • Pros: I was looking for a good 2U PSU to power my storage server. My server has (8) 3.5" Caviar Black drives and a 2.5" System Drive plus 6 fans. This PSU powers them all, no problem.
  • Cons: I wish they included a SATA power plug - I had to get a Molex -> SATA power adapter.
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