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    Default review:Andyson Titanium N 700 W @ techpowerup

    I must say I am impressed with the the latest offerings from Andyson,


    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...um_N700/1.html

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    Andyson is back.

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    The future is almost here...must look up DeLorean on Ebay...

    One question tho, are japanese caps rated at 88 MPH?
    Sent from my PC using my browser.

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    Another "helicopter" with a rather useless titanium badge (did it miss the 90% efficiency at 10% load?)... but it outputs a very nice ripple, indeed.


    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Andyson is back.
    Above all... Aris is back.
    Best, Luca

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Another "helicopter" with a rather useless titanium badge (did it miss the 90% efficiency at 10% load?)... but it outputs a very nice ripple, indeed.
    At 230V the efficiency at low loads is mostly lower, at higher loads its higher.

    Above all... Aris is back.
    He wasn't really gone.

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    I am eating breakfast and I literally was staring at my screen going "WHAT IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW" while reading that review. Is this really the same company that gave us that BFG PSU years ago? :| I was like "Oh voltage regulation is... FANTASTIC. Efficiency meets titanium!? Oh those are fine but ripple is going to be.... NO. IT CAN'T BE. The world must be ending right now.

    Next thing you know we'll be seeing a yuelin 1kw PSU with perfect soldering, single digit ripple, and <1% VREG. :|||

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    Impressive. Anyone got any info if/when these are coming to Europe?

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    I'm not worried. There is still plenty of time and opportunity for them to do the classic bait & switch, like with the K/E series platform...

    If they don't, there must be some new management in place at the company.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    If they try bait and switch I'll catch them. Already got budget ready to buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McSteel View Post
    If they don't, there must be some new management in place at the company.
    Something definitely changed by Andyson, otherwise we didn't see such a PSU.

    Maybe they needed to change because all the costumers went away. They probably saw the light.

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