i been using mine for a while now and have given it a right flogging without any dramas. it powers more stuff than my home pc and never misses a beat check my sig. for hardware.
Flawless. No issues to date.
Some Issues. Minor problems.
Serious. RMA'd, Burnt Mobo, etc.
I've been reading posts and I'm starting to get the feeling that the M2-ATX do not have the best reliability.... Those who have one, what is your verdict on reliability? Or is the Opus really the way to get despite the heafty price tag? Can we kind of make a more definitive verdict here?
I will be powering a
MicroATX Board with Turion MT (25W)
7.2k RPM Maxtor HDD
1 USB Port
The load won't be that large. But non the less, I don't want a fried PSU and/or Mobo after a few minutes of usage as some have claimed. Thats my real worry.
PS. The only reason why I'm going to be going from a AC-DC inverter sol'n (which has worked flawlessly 2+ yrs) is to conserve space in the installation
- Xenarc 700TSV
- MSI RS482M-IL Mobo + AMD Turion MT-32 (25W)
- 1x 256MB Corsair XMMS DDR400
- Belkin 802.11G W-Nic
- Garmin 15H GPS
- WinXP SP2 (NLited)
had 2 of them neither would work but the opus did.
how did they not work? what problems did you have?
Mine works absolutely perfectly for my Shuttle XPC.
Always remember, electronics can't break itself. Its human error that kills it. This poll will answer notting for you.