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    When they put the PCB on the assembly line we can clearly see there are already many components on it. Automated insertion for the smaller parts therefore is also outsourced. Still, operating at least two assemly lines in Korea is quite something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    As long as the margin is high enough, every PSU can have 10 years warranty even a really crappy one, without the manufacturer going bankrupt.
    You've got that right. I've got an Ultra 500 watt running a Bitcoin miner and it has been for years and another, I think 550W, running an old i7 2600 system. I've admittedly gotten very good life out of them, however good luck redeeming that lifetime warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avgconsumer View Post
    They usually supplies entry psu (not good) to pc-bang.
    Fitting the market, I guess, as I think the PCs in a PC방 get replaced after 2 years max, if not annually. I remember reading "하스웰" (Haswell) everywhere when I was in Korea in early 2014.
    I wonder what happens to all the "old" computers though.

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