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    Arrow Andyson N700 Titanium Review

    Not too long ago, Andyson came in here with a brand new 1200 watt 80 Plus Platinum unit that really impressed me. As if that wasn't enough, no sooner had the review gone online than Andyson was sending me emails asking if I wanted to have a look at one of their brand new Titanium units. Of course, I said yes. Folks, this is only my third Titanium level unit ever... let's see what it's made of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    Folks, this is only my second Titanium level unit ever... let's see what it's made of.
    Not counting the EVGA 1600 T2?

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    I'm still wondering if they keep up this level of quality/performance or they go back to their old scheme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    I'm still wondering if they keep up this level of quality/performance or they go back to their old scheme.
    If they have a bunch of customers that come in and only what $50 PSUs... they'll likely go back to "their old scheme".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    they'll likely go back to "their old scheme".
    Peronal opinion: There is nothing wrong with selling 50 dollar psu. If these meet ATX spec, deliver full power and keep the promises the band makes there is nothing wrong with selling those psu. Unfortunately Andyson and first of all their relablers here in Germany have a track record of dishonest marketing. Bait and switch definately was part of hteir strategy. But blaming Andyson for what their OEM buyers are selling and how they are selling it is hardly Andysons fault.

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    Hopefully someone will get their hands on one of the lower-wattage Rosewill Glaciers by Andyson.
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    What about the new quark series?
    Anyone know anything about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    Peronal opinion: There is nothing wrong with selling 50 dollar psu. If these meet ATX spec, deliver full power and keep the promises the band makes there is nothing wrong with selling those psu. Unfortunately Andyson and first of all their relablers here in Germany have a track record of dishonest marketing. Bait and switch definately was part of hteir strategy. But blaming Andyson for what their OEM buyers are selling and how they are selling it is hardly Andysons fault.
    Yeah.. well... my experience has shown that OEMs like Andyson, CWT, Sirfa, Huntkey, etc. will do whatever the "re-labeler" will ask them. Typically when you see a re-labeler that doesn't use a specific OEM, like Enhance, Seasonic, etc. it's because their base price is already outside of the range the re-labeler wants to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    Not counting the EVGA 1600 T2?
    Forgot about that one... too many EVGA units coming through here lately.

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    About that bit about what will be out in 10 years: How can they +1 a titanium unit? How will they move forward?

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    Half the ripple

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