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    There are even mooaaaare EVGA Gold series PSUs announced. G7, G5, GA and GD. G7 and G5 are Super Flower, GA is Andyson and GD is FSP (ACRF with DC-DC modules, so no Pure Power, Straight Power or GQ).

    Mistel and Enermax did also show something: https://www.computerbase.de/2019-05/...lese-computex/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Can't go wrong with Seasonic...
    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post

    But a bit more "diversity of Plattforms" would be nice...

    I find it kinda sad when 10 manufacturer use all the same product in different casing...
    While Seasonic does sell PSUs under their own name, one must remember they got their start as a manufacturer, not a seller-to-consumers.
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    EVGA's product lineup is getting out of hand

    We now have:
    G2
    G3
    G2L
    B1
    B2
    B3
    BR
    W1
    N1
    T2
    P2
    GS
    G7
    G5
    GA
    GD
    PS
    G1+
    G1
    GQ
    BQ
    G+
    BT
    GM
    PQ
    I am where all the magic smoke is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burning Epoxy View Post
    EVGA's product lineup is getting out of hand

    We now have:
    G2
    G3
    G2L
    B1
    B2
    B3
    BR
    W1
    N1
    T2
    P2
    GS
    G7
    G5
    GA
    GD
    PS
    G1+
    G1
    GQ
    BQ
    G+
    BT
    GM
    PQ
    You forgot the GD 2.0, BD and P3 series, theres also a GT series on the 80+ database.
    Just some nerd from 'Straya

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    While Seasonic does sell PSUs under their own name, one must remember they got their start as a manufacturer, not a seller-to-consumers.
    They've been selling direct to consumer for over 15 years though. It's not really an excuse at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Can't go wrong with Seasonic...
    But a bit more "diversity of Plattforms" would be nice...

    I find it kinda sad when 10 manufacturer use all the same product in different casing...
    Yeah... but if I release something made by CWT or HEC, I'm asked "why didn't you use Seasonic!??!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Yeah... but
    ...you basically sell the same stuff Seasonic does. So what's the point really??

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    if I release something made by CWT or HEC, I'm asked "why didn't you use Seasonic!??!?"
    Yeah, because Seasonic, for whatever reason, has this Halo above their stuff and is seen as the GODs of PSU for whatever reason...

    But you can go to HEC and CWT, tell them what you want, they attach a Price Tag and if you're fine with that, they do it, little to no question asked.
    That said, you have more potential with those to make a bad PSU because you have more freedom to do what you want/aspire.
    And back in the old days both did "overlabeled" units...

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    Seasonic TX-700 fanless 12 yr warranty. wowza's i'll have me some of that.

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    Seasonic promotes a 600W Titanium fanless on their website, and nothing lower. I can find a 600W Titanium fanless on Newegg's website, and nothing lower. I have a 460W Gold fanless, but it looks like it is not sold new any more. Does this company only sell one fanless at a time? Should we expect to see only the 700W for sale in a year's time?

    NB1 -- It looks like Corsair sells three fanless PSUs (450W, 600W, 750W), all in SFX -- smaller than the Seasonic PSUs, BTW.
    NB2 -- Silverstone promote 3 fanless (520W, 600W ATX and 420W SFX-L).

    Anyone care to elucidate?
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