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    Talking Zippy-Emacs PSL-6850P{G1} 850W

    Hey jG!
    I think Miles really likes your reviews,among other people
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    Quote Originally Posted by irev210 View Post
    Yep, thanks to you and jG,
    they made it thier Ref. PSU!
    Talking about a trend setter
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    Thanks for providing the reviewed unit irev210

    I was blown away by Zippy's product line after spending a half hour at thier site. http://www.zippyusa.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalvanizedYankee View Post
    Thanks for providing the reviewed unit irev210

    I was blown away by Zippy's product line after spending a half hour at thier site. http://www.zippyusa.com/

    seriously, dont thank me, thank Jonnyguru Even with my nagging asking when the review was going to get done, etc... he still made it happen. He is promptly returning the unit at his cost too!


    I really want to get a review up on the 700W zippy. It has a 45A rail vs the 60A rail BUT it only has 1 fan, and is supposed to even have LESS ripple and better V regulation!!!

    If JonnyGURU is up to me sending him a new unit, I will definitely send him one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irev210 View Post
    seriously, dont thank me, thank Jonnyguru Even with my nagging asking when the review was going to get done, etc... he still made it happen. He is promptly returning the unit at his cost too!


    I really want to get a review up on the 700W zippy. It has a 45A rail vs the 60A rail BUT it only has 1 fan, and is supposed to even have LESS ripple and better V regulation!!!

    If JonnyGURU is up to me sending him a new unit, I will definitely send him one.
    I wish I had access to a Zippy, to rich for my blood tho, alas, I can only dream
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