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Thread: Andyson N700 Titanium Review

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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?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182349

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    @mdk777

    Rosewill Quark is Enhance; 550W-1200W, 80+ Platinum, the platform known from the new Thermaltake Toughpower Grand Platinum.

    Shameless plug: http://www.orionpsudb.com/news/rosew...pplies-enhance

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    not to get off topic but i like the new look orionpsudb web site

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    Impressive. Sure would be nice to see this unit/platform show up in NA.

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    I agree not scoring against Teapo anymore, but I'd still score against CapXon personally, I've see a few relatively recent PSUs with failed bulging CapXon caps in them.

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    I opened up a passively cooled Chiconey/Hi-Pro PSU from 2010 this weekend with all Teapo secondaries. Must say.. not a single Teapo was swelling.

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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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    Some one knows where i can find available this psu unid...o.o

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    LC-Power also used Great Wall for screwing buyers over. Since Corsair has been using Great Wall there haven't been any problems with their products sold unter Corsairs supervision.

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    Since this is the 1st Jeremy's review where he decided to re-evaluate his scoring about caps, and since from what i understand by Jonny's comments, we are entering a period of "equality between Japanese & other cap brands", i have a hypothetical question for Jonny (*although i don't know if he is responsible to provide an answer):
    If Corsair decides in the future to use chinese caps to one of their higher-end models, will she back-it up with the same strong 7-year warranty that uses at their current higher-end models?
    Something like that would be a strong lead, that indeed, the quality of the Japanese and Chinese caps are considered as equal.
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