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    Default Cooler Master MWE V2 and MWE Bronze V2 LLC +SR + DC-DC

    They both use the same platform from Gospower.
    MWE V2 450W standard around 40 euro including VAT, it looks quite good actually for a PSU that has the same price as a Corsair VS450 2018.
    You can all check them here: https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/power-supplies/


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    Low end Cooler Master that might be worthwhile? We must have switched timelines.

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    Gospower. Sounds like dos vedonyev, comrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Low end Cooler Master that might be worthwhile? We must have switched timelines.
    They had the GM series before, which was the first AFAIK with DC-DC in a time that group regulations was the standard in the budget segment.

    But the current people at CM EU take PSU's a lot more seriously than CM did like 5 years ago. I expect and hope they come with more interesting stuff.
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    Well, guess that Gospower(Gospell) is the prementioned 'new server manufacturer'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    The had a GM series before, which was the first AFAIK with DC-DC in a time that group regulations was the standard in the budget segment.

    But the current people at CM EU take PSU's a lot more seriously than CM did like 5 years ago. I expect and hope they come with more interesting stuff.
    I'll be fair, I forgot about the GM Series existed but here in the US it came and went pretty damn quick. Not sure about EU stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    I'll be fair, I forgot about the GM Series existed but here in the US it came and went pretty damn quick. Not sure about EU stock.
    No problem here, it was never sold out between late 2013 and half 2018. It's only EOL now.

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