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    This is what CWT's new platform, GPS, looks like.



    It will appear in Deepcool ST and DQ-M series (where I got the picture from), and also in Thermaltake Smart DPS G.

    IMO it doesn't make a great impression from just a glance. It does have DC-DC and even an LLC resonant converter, but it still gives off this cheap vibe. Do you think so too?
    Especially that Deepcool's versions use Elite main capacitor and some smaller JunFu on the secondary (and bigger Capxon GF and KF).

    Thermaltake's units have all Japanese caps, and use polymer capacitors instead of electrolytic right in front of the DC-DC PCB instead. They will also use the "D" version of the design, with digital monitoring and semi fanless mode.

    There are load regulation graphs on Deepcool's product pages.
    550W 12V:


    750W 12V:

    The other rails are here: http://deepcool.com/product/powersup.../10_3626.shtml

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    Well it's defiantly a low-end design, but the price decides if it's interesting or not. And maybe with some changes it can be quite OK. Maybe a better holdup cap with some more capacity, somewhat better secondary caps (Teapo/SamXon) and a black PCB and it looks a lot better.
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    Talking about low-end LLC resonant converter designs with DC-DC, the Super Flower Leadex Silver:



    From: http://playwares.com/pcreview/47005468

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Talking about low-end LLC resonant converter designs with DC-DC, the Super Flower Leadex Silver
    Nice looking, but it also depends of the price (with those EVGA pricing, it isn't likely an easy day, at least in USA).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    This is what CWT's new platform, GPS, looks like.



    It will appear in Deepcool ST and DQ-M series (where I got the picture from), and also in Thermaltake Smart DPS G.
    Among others.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Among others.

    A semi-modulair cost down version of the Corsair RM450/RM650 to replace the CSM series? Or a never launched product, because Corsair did choose the Great Wall CSM series over this one?

    Not even a LLC resonant converter design....

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    A semi-modulair cost down version of the Corsair RM450/RM650 to replace the CSM series? Or a never launched product, because Corsair did choose the Great Wall CSM series over this one?

    Not even a LLC resonant converter design....
    Then it certainly wouldn't replace CS-M, would it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Then it certainly wouldn't replace CS-M, would it?
    That's not really an answer, is it?

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    Anyhow, more cheap 80PLUS Gold LLC resonant converter design's with DC-DC.

    A new Thermaltake TR2 Gold series from YueLin or ATNG, place your bets please.


    More: http://www.coolpc.com.tw/phpBB2/view...?f=69&t=180935

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    Wish the pictures were better, but I'd say YueLin, not ATNG.

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