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Old 16th July, 2008, 05:07 PM
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BFG ES Series 800W PSU

To say that BFG's power supplies have come long way since we looked at them this time last year is an understatement. Its new breed, launched a few months ago, has been co-designed with the help of industry expert JonnyGuru, of power supply review "fame".

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thats the new trend some companies i cant remember what they originally made
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