Did you read this garycase

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Gary CaseConnect With a Mentor RetiredCommented:
No, you didn't wear me out :-)    ... we were just out for the evening.

Thanks for the pointer -- nice article.  Matches exactly what willcomp said and I agree with:  PC Power & Cooling makes the best supplies (and has a price to match);  but Seasonic makes a superb unit that is also exceptionally quiet.   I doubt you'll be disappointed.

... Whoa !!   Just read your comment r.e. flashing the BIOS !!  --- I'll look for your other thread; but that's BAD news.   What happened ????  (don't answer here -- I'll look for your question)
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CallandorCommented:
Gary doesn't overclock, so he might not visit these sites ;-)
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abpowellAuthor Commented:
I just thought it ironic they compared 4 of the psu's or at least brands we discussed earlier.
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abpowellAuthor Commented:
Oops.
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willcompCommented:
Absolute best - PCP&C
Close second - Seasonic

Bout what I said ain't it?
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abpowellAuthor Commented:
Yep.  It's what everybody said.  I think garycase knew I was looking for something more quiet than my freighttrain which just strengthened his case for the Seasonic.  Plus, for that price difference I'm willing to settle for second best.  But I don't really considering settling.  It's actually what a I want.  Stable power, quiet fan and reasonable cost.  I still haven't seen gary post on here.  I think I may have worn him out.

I hope somebody is around though because I just attempted to flash the bios and I'm on my laptop now wondering if I get I to buy a new mobo.  I about to post a thread so you guys look for it.
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abpowellAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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abpowellAuthor Commented:
Okay Cal, can  you close this one down now.  Or do I just accept somebody's answer and give them the 20 points.  Don't want to be accused of point passing.  God knows I'm spreading them around like a madman already.
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
... 20 point questions aren't considered "point passing" :-)   You can just accept an answer.
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