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    Default SilentiumPC Supremo M1 700W @ TPU

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/SilentiumPC/SM1-700/

    High Power Astro HPA-700PT-F14S rebrand
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    At the specs page it says it has a double ball-bearing fan instead of sleeve.

    Ripple is a bit high, maybe because of the bad soldering, High Power Astro PT 700W did a bit better with ripple suppression and soldering quality.

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    Allegedly that Supremo was a pre-production hand made sample.

    I'm more interested in what happened to the vreg, it's not what I've expected from HP Astro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yojo2 View Post
    Allegedly that Supremo was a pre-production hand made sample.
    Why do companies send those out??
    I don't understand it...

    It's better to wait for the first MP samples and send them via airmail to the reviewers than such hand made shit...

    Especially since such things always have a little smell...

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    In my opinion it's more the smell of "We don't know that bad soldering provokes bad reviews".

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    At the specs page it says it has a double ball-bearing fan instead of sleeve.
    Just noticed…are there any more informations about the fan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Behemot View Post
    Just noticed…are there any more informations about the fan?
    It's the same fan, just with a 2BB instead of the sleeve bearing.

    Overclock.pl's review shows a RL4Z B1352512M while TPU's pre-production sample had a RL4Z S1352512M.
    Both are from Globe, that single letter change is for the bearing. Do note, Globe uses the letter B for single & double ball bearing fans. This can easily be checked and confirmed if anyone wanted to open up the fan and see. Generally you can tell on weight, as the added ball bearing definitely makes the fan heftier.

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    I have the Supremo M1 Gold which only has the sleeve bearing fan. This should be production version already. However, there are no informations about speed, noise or airflow…
    Last edited by Behemot; 05-19-2015 at 06:40 AM.

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    M1 Gold is Astro Lite though, a bit different and cost down version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Behemot View Post
    I have the Supremo M1 Gold which only has the sleeve bearing fan. This should be production version already. However, there are no informations about speed, noise or airflow…
    Globe doesn't list the fan on their website, but if you shoot them an email they probably have a PDF on-hand that'll list the specs for their 135mm series of fans.

    I used to have a PDF of most of Globe's fans/specs, but I can't find it at the moment.

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