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    Default Preview: SilentiumPC Enduro FM1 550 W (SPC118) @HWI

    http://www.hardwareinsights.com/wp/p...uro-fm1-550-w/

    I like the specs, if it shows as a good performer, it has chance to shake the european market once again. What looks like gold is actualy 80 PLUS Gold 230 V EU=equals=Platinum @115 V. Fully modular with 5year waranty, Chemi-Con caps mostly. Nice fan curve.
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    We'll see.

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    In Poland it sells for a mainstream price…

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    Looks like a Great Wall with LLC resonant converter design and DC-DC.

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    In Germany those PSU aren't available. They need to work on distribution, otherwise their brand will stay limited to eastern Europe. Let's wait for the reviews first however, if it's even worth considering to buy one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    In Germany those PSU aren't available. They need to work on distribution, otherwise their brand will stay limited to eastern Europe. Let's wait for the reviews first however, if it's even worth considering to buy one...
    I wonder why Germany needs SPC brand anyway.With BeQuiet and the market saturated by others i don't feel is needed but well maybe is something else i am missing.The SPC is more for lower salaries countries like eastern europe.BeQuiet is a premium brand imo and the customer pay premium for it.
    The most expensive SPC psu in my country is 70 euro. The model Vero M1 600w.
    On bequiet very weird prices in my country.THey have 400w psu's and 300w.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myststars View Post
    I wonder why Germany needs SPC brand anyway.With BeQuiet and the market saturated by others i don't feel is needed but well maybe is something else i am missing.The SPC is more for lower salaries countries like eastern europe.BeQuiet is a premium brand imo and the customer pay premium for it.
    The most expensive SPC psu in my country is 70 euro. The model Vero M1 600w.
    On bequiet very weird prices in my country.THey have 400w psu's and 300w.
    Germany needs SilentiumPC as a brand for the sake of competition. Obviously BeQuiet as a company would rather no one else was around so they could have 100% market share. As a country with a very specific taste, it's better that more brands are available to compete with the main contender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Obviously BeQuiet as a company would rather no one else was around so they could have 100% market share.
    Well, yeah, but that's not limited to be quiet
    Especially some graphics or CPU companys seem to think that way...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    As a country with a very specific taste, it's better that more brands are available to compete with the main contender.
    I agree with you here, totally...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Germany needs SilentiumPC as a brand for the sake of competition. Obviously BeQuiet as a company would rather no one else was around so they could have 100% market share. As a country with a very specific taste, it's better that more brands are available to compete with the main contender.
    C'mon are they so egotistical to want to be ALL alone in the market when they actually source their PSU's from others...

    FSP and Seasonic and SF were much older than 2002

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Be_quiet!

    SF is around from 1991 for example.

    Germans may be proud to buy a german product that is very good quality and priced acordingly.I have doubts that SPC can have much success in a such developed market.Why the average german will buy SPC over Corsair or SF ?
    Personally if i would have to choose brand new retail under warranty and around 50 euros i would have bought SF and not SPC. SF is much more intersting overall and original in some ways.They build the PSU's.They don't rebrand them like SPC. Also SPC is kinda borring imo in the way they market the products.Maybe this is part to keep costs down.


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    It's already getting slowly discontinued in Poland - SPC has released Supremo L2 and M2, based on a design copycatted from Great Wall's Corsair CS platform, but built by SAMA.
    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Looks like a Great Wall with LLC resonant converter design and DC-DC.
    Yes, but not Great Wall - it's a design copied from ATNG ATM G v1.7 built by a different OEM/factory. SilentiumPC themselves say it's "an OEM specialising in server PSUs", but don't tell which.

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