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    Xeon X3440 @3,1GHz + GTX660 + 2x4GB @1650MHz CL9 + Corsair RM650

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    I would guess CWT PUQ-G for 650-850W and PUO for 1250W.

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    Yeah, they're CWT.

    The new Task Series is CWT as well(same design as the 2012 CX/CXM units from Corsair), while the new A135-II units are Sirtec again.

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    waiting for official confirmation, but might be true...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    waiting for official confirmation, but might be true...
    The only one in question is the 1000w as it could be an upgraded PUQ-G or a PUO.

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    I don't think its PUO (or PUC), Chieftec sells it as a single rail design. And the 1000W is a small unit just like the lower wattage. While PUO is quite big.
    http://www.chieftec.com/power_GPM.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    I don't think its PUO (or PUC), Chieftec sells it as a single rail design. And the 1000W is a small unit just like the lower wattage. While PUO is quite big.
    http://www.chieftec.com/power_GPM.html
    Like I said, it's most likely a PUQ-G upscaled. I doubt they went with anything too fancy.

    Probably very similar to the Corsair HX1050.

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