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    Also not Andyson. It's actually from a small factory most people here don't know. Let me check if I'm allowed to share.

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    Now I'm really curious.... Hui Cheng? Power Giga? Huizhou Xin Hui Yuan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    Also not Andyson. It's actually from a small factory most people here don't know. Let me check if I'm allowed to share.
    It seems recent trend that companies are using some not very well known OEMs and not willing to disclose. Probably they have good deals going and don't want competition to know...

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    Or it could be that they will only advertise cooperating with the "rockstar" OEMs and not any of the less known (or completely unknown) ones. Kind of like with Japanese caps. When they're used in a PSU, it's plastered everywhere; but rarely - if ever - will you see "fair quality Chinese/Taiwanese capacitors" pointed out as a selling point.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafal_iB_PL View Post
    It seems recent trend that companies are using some not very well known OEMs and not willing to disclose. Probably they have good deals going and don't want competition to know...
    >SilentiumPC

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    Won't confirm, won't deny

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    Nice review, though my German is a tad rusty. Where I had some trouble as distinguishing between colors in the graphs on page 5. The Spannungsregulation graphs were quite busy.
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    A 12Kuang Jin capacitor exploded on my face few years ago
    Don't like Xilence A+. Other units do the job better for that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McSteel View Post
    Or it could be that they will only advertise cooperating with the "rockstar" OEMs and not any of the less known (or completely unknown) ones. Kind of like with Japanese caps. When they're used in a PSU, it's plastered everywhere; but rarely - if ever - will you see "fair quality Chinese/Taiwanese capacitors" pointed out as a selling point.
    Stephan, is that you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    Don't like Xilence A+. Other units do the job better for that price.
    For example?

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