My 10 year old PSU recently died during a power outage and I had to swap in an 11 year old PSU to keep it up and running. A new PSU would definitely help out quite a bit especially with regards to slowly rebuilding the system over time.
The fans would definitely be a huge help with regards to the few fans I still have up and running in the system.
I'd put the fans in my new(ish) build just for some bling factor. I'd hold on to the PSU as an emergency spare of use it in my next build. Really like Enermax products. Have a 720W PSU that I've used for nearly 10 years. Other than replacing the fan it's still going strong!
Since heart disease took over my life in 2012 i haven't been able to keep up with anything .CPU's, memory, ps, im still running a sandy bridge w/8gb ddr3. Cant afford anything else so even a nice lighting refresh would be welcome.
Just wondering,whats a Ryzen cpu and why all the fuss over it?
These fans would be fantastic to cool my ESU EcoS command Station and that power supply would be great to fire up my Pricom Designs Light and Sound system at the Model Train Exhibit I am building at the Princeton Wv Railroad Museum.
Well I recently picked up a couple of cheap Thermaltake Core v21 cube cases, either of those would help me a long way towards a new build I want to do so I can offload video encoding duties from my main rig! I've already got a cheap Dell LGA1155 motherboard, a i5-2500k, some RAM, a GPU, an SSD, and an HDD. All I need is a PSU... and those fans sure would look sweet! I LOVE PUTTING TOGETHER A FRANKENPUTER! :-D