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Thread: DeepCool Announces the DA700 and DA500-M PSU's

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    Default DeepCool Announces the DA700 and DA500-M PSU's

    DeepCool announced a pair of mid-range PSUs for gaming PC builds, the 700W DA700, and the 500W DA500-M. The two boast of 80 Plus Bronze efficiency ratings, and partially modular flat ribbon cabling, in addition to double-layer EMI filters, modern PSU protections, and an energy efficient controller logic. Not just the detachable cables, but also the fixed ones - the 24-pin ATX, and 4+4 pin EPS connectors, feature flat cables. The two appear to be manufactured by CWT. The DA500-M features sufficient cabling for gaming PC builds with up to two mid-range graphics cards; while the DA700 has cabling for up to three. The company didn't reveal pricing.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/198048/de...-supplies.html

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    Clearly modular CWT PUQ based...

    Just another one doing those, nothing to see here...

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    DSAII is more likely.

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    Either way, I can see why CWT can't keep up with the production demand...
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    There's already a review for the DA500-M:
    http://www.chinadiy.com.cn/html/15/n-12915.html

    Group regulated, so not PUQ.

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    Uargh, CapXon and JunFu Caps on the secondary side...
    DSA Plattform.

    Manufacturing quality seems to bee 'not great'...

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    So better be cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Uargh, CapXon and JunFu Caps on the secondary side...
    DSA Plattform.
    It's GPA, even worse.

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    600W and 700W too?

    How far exactly does GPA go, power wise?

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    Reliably? I'd say 500. Chieftec also has them up to 700W, but the 600 and 700W ones struggle with voltage regulation, dropping to the edge of ATX spec (but staying inside). Possibly inter-sample variation could see some of them go out of spec. Ripple is still inexplicably low even at that load level.
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