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Tuniq Potency 550W Power Supply - PCstats.com Tuniq Potency 550W Power Supply
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The Tuniq Potency 550W promises to be a perfect fit for alot of us with a systems that have just enough components to do just what we need for them to do. The Potency is the third series of power supplies from Tuniq. The Potency comes in three different power level which would be 550, 650 and 750 models. The biggest feature of the Potency is that it has been ran through the ringer while being tested to be rated at 80 Plus certification. We will now take a look at the unit up close to see what it is all about.
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