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    Quote Originally Posted by Delter View Post
    Not really. NOX is widely refered in every single forum / tech group on those countrys.

    So yes, if JG did something regarding this units, it would get tons of traffic, i have no doubt about it.
    That would be the case if there are many people who are interested in PSU wich sadly is rarely the case.

    It just is a black box that does some voltage and not FPS, so not important...

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    It's kinda sad that these specimens are still allowed to be sold, at least within the EU/EC. At one point I thought these kinda things were eradicated within Scandinavia, but then I found out one store (and it's kinda "local" to my area, I once met the guy who runs it too) are still selling Solytech PSUs. https://www.multicom.no/solytech-sl-...0156/p10569941 I mean, as usual they combine all rails to add up to the alleged 450 watts. And I don't dare to think what the internals are...
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    INTERIORS FINALLY KNOWN

    https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/20...x850w-review/4

    CWT PUQ-B that seems exactly like Corsair CX850M. WHAT?! This unit costs 70€... Folks, shed a light on this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
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    https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/20...x850w-review/4

    CWT PUQ-B that seems exactly like Corsair CX850M. WHAT?! This unit costs 70€... Folks, shed a light on this!
    Really? Nox finally lauched proper units!?!?

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    A 850W PUQ-B, or a ~650W version? The main transformer looks a bit small to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
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    https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/20...x850w-review/4

    CWT PUQ-B that seems exactly like Corsair CX850M. WHAT?! This unit costs 70€... Folks, shed a light on this!
    Smaller cap selection, and a cheap fan are some obvious cost cutting maneuvers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Smaller cap selection, and a cheap fan are some obvious cost cutting maneuvers.
    And only 2Y warranty.

    So yes, decent platform with all the possible added costs removed.

    Similar to what they have done with GPS (Nox Gold units).

    Anyway, looks not a bad choice for the price tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
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    https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/20...x850w-review/4

    CWT PUQ-B that seems exactly like Corsair CX850M. WHAT?! This unit costs 70€... Folks, shed a light on this!
    Well, 850W with a 470µF/400V primary cap is a joke. As are 750W with a 390µF one...
    So I'd treat it as a 650W as Mask stated. That seems more reasonable/honest...

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    Yeah, the capacity of the primary cap is low, but what made me nuts is that it's identical to the CX850M. The cheap fan, the warranty, maybe the cheapest protection system, and the possible 650W as Mask says are enough to avoid recommending this unit. But my point is that people will buy it a lot anyway, and in the end they aren't getting a terrible PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    Yeah, the capacity of the primary cap is low, but what made me nuts is that it's identical to the CX850M. The cheap fan, the warranty, maybe the cheapest protection system, and the possible 650W as Mask says are enough to avoid recommending this unit. But my point is that people will buy it a lot anyway, and in the end they aren't getting a terrible PSU.
    This. Much improved over the previous generations.

    I am guessing this is only valid for the 850W model.

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