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    Quote Originally Posted by »broda« View Post
    Would you like to take a look for it?
    We (or is it just me?) still don't know much about the work of the strange OEM on the inside...
    I would, but I am not sure if the CEO is still talking to me, or not Could maybe try to ask again…otherwise I'll try it through their reseller, if they are going to stock them…
    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    And so what's the reason behind running a legacy PC?
    If it ain't broken, don't fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    And so what's the reason behind running a legacy PC?

    In the past had a thorough discussion about that with an [H] forum member (*it was back at the time that i first started to read PSU reviews).
    Check this thread : https://hardforum.com/threads/season...ost-1040765225
    and if you don't have much patience reading the entire thread, just read my post #13 which is the key post for your question.
    CPU:Athlon 64 FX60 (2-cores) 2,6GHz
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    cpu cooler:ArcticFreezer13 CO
    RAM:4 GB DDR 400MHz
    GPU:Asus 750 Ti 2GB
    PSU:Seasonic Platinum 660
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    (*when i bought my pc, i bought everything in doubles to be covered from possible future mulfunction, so as you can see mulfunction is not a concern!!))
    Did you really buy a double for every part? CPU, GPU, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    Did you really buy a double for every part? CPU, GPU, etc?
    Yeap, and with these parts i have built another identical pc !!!, with the exception of the PSU ( Corsair AX760) and the GPU (right now i'm using an 750 non-Ti). All the other parts, CPU, mobo, even the CPU cooler are identical !!
    CPU:Athlon 64 FX60 (2-cores) 2,6GHz
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    @JonnyGURU

    The “CE” mark has nothing in common with Conformité Européenne as it has wrong format. It looks more like China Export though even that is not precisely the representation. So the unit lies in being conformative with European legislation right on the first look, I wonder what lies ahead of us now…

    It wasn't a paranoia .

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    @JonnyGURU

    The “CE” mark has nothing in common with Conformité Européenne as it has wrong format. It looks more like China Export though even that is not precisely the representation. So the unit lies in being conformative with European legislation right on the first look, I wonder what lies ahead of us now…
    I better tell our graphics designers to stop squishing the C and the E together to make room for all of the other certifications on the label.

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    CE has strictly given format. Anything else is not CE

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I better tell our graphics designers to stop squishing the C and the E together to make room for all of the other certifications on the label.
    It's really important, and obviously some brands modify the logo even if they tested and comply EU certification.

    You also need to have a public Conformity Declaration like this http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/...56U_DoC_CE.pdf for every product who needs it.

    In any case, hope your power supplies comply with EMC, RoHS and ERP. That are the requirements for being into the CE legality
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    Quote Originally Posted by Behemot View Post
    CE has strictly given format. Anything else is not CE
    I thought it stood for "Corsair Engineered".

    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    You also need to have a public Conformity Declaration like this http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/...56U_DoC_CE.pdf for every product who needs it.

    In any case, hope your power supplies comply with EMC, RoHS and ERP. That are the requirements for being into the CE legality
    We provide the declarations on request. I'm sort of joking about the whole CE spacing thing to point out how someone could make an innocent mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I thought it stood for "Corsair Engineered".


    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    We provide the declarations on request. I'm sort of joking about the whole CE spacing thing to point out how someone could make an innocent mistake.
    Don't really know if they have to be public. In any case, nice.

    Official Journal of the European Union

    (2016/C 272/01)

    The 'Blue Guide' on the implementation of EU products rules 2016

    The CE marking must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly to the product or to its data plate. However, where this is
    not possible or not warranted on account of the nature of the product, it must be affixed to the packaging, if any, and/
    or to the accompanying documents. The CE marking may not, in principle, be affixed until the conformity assessment
    procedure has been completed to ensure that the product complies with all the provisions of the relevant Union harmonisation
    acts. This will usually be at the end of the production phase. This poses no problem if, for example, the CE
    marking is on a data plate that is not affixed to the product until after the final inspection. However, if (for example) the
    CE marking is affixed by stamping or casting, the marking can be affixed at any other stage of the production phase,
    provided that the conformity of the product is verified as part of the production process.
    The requirement for visibility means that the CE marking must be easily accessible for all parties. It could, for instance,
    be affixed on the back or underside of a product. The requirement for visibility does not necessarily mean that the CE
    marking must be visible before opening a products' packaging because affixing the CE marking also to the packaging is
    only necessary in case this is explicitly required in the relevant Union acts. A minimum height of 5 mm is required to
    ensure that it is legible. However according to the several pieces of legislation (220) the minimum dimension of the CE
    marking may be waived for small devices or components.

    The CE marking can take different forms (e.g. colour, solid/hollow) as long as it remains visible, legible and respects its
    proportions
    . It must also be indelible so that it cannot be removed under normal circumstances without leaving
    noticeable traces (for example some product standards provide for a rub test with water and petroleum spirits).
    Nevertheless, this does not mean that the CE marking must form an integral part of the product.


    .....

    Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 and Decision 768/2008/EC lay down that the CE marking must have the dimensions,
    format and proportions defined in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 and be legible and clearly affixed.

    Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 and Decision No 768/2008/EC do not forbid any kind of design (e.g. ‘hollow’ design) as
    long as the above conditions are respected. However, electronic labelling only is not allowed.
    REGULATION (EC) No 765/2008 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
    of 9 July 2008

    ANNEX II

    1. The CE marking shall consist of the initials ‘CE’ taking the following form:

    2. If the CE marking is reduced or enlarged, the proportions given in the graduated drawing in paragraph 1 shall be
    respected.
    3. Where specific legislation does not impose specific dimensions, the CE marking shall be at least 5 mm high


    The brands can be as innocent as they want, but law is law . In any case I'm not a lawyer and I think this is a little bit more paper than anything.

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