Overall, I agree. There are other brands that are just as good if not better.
Thug Esquire wrote:
I mean, if you're seriously worried about an Enermax dying, you can always just buy a second one in the off-chance that something goes wrong and you'll still be $10 richer than the guy who bought the PCP&C.
That second PSU won't do you any good if the first one takes out the rest of the system.
I've never seen a bad review for Enermax.
I have and I've had a couple die on me. But I've also had just about every PSU brand under the sun die. When you've worked on enough machines, you eventually see a bad apple from any mfg.
I've also seen couple of people one of which is a mod here, say that their PCP&C PSU catch fire/start smoking.
Once you've bought one it's really easy to make up reasons to justify spending twice as much as you could have. Just like with an iPod. I bought an iPod, and now I'd rather have one of the Dell DJs.
All I hear about is how great the ipod is from the media. Lately, I've been seeing people on the forums complaining that their ipod crashes. I recently bought a used iRiver from another forum member and have yet to experience any crashes. Costs less than an ipod too.