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    Default Silverstone ST75F-GS 'V3'

    http://shop.danawa.com/pc/?controlle...uctSeq=9531336
    ㄴ> internal pic

    No review yet I guess?
    Wonder where the OEM is, looks far from Enhance... maybe Sirfa.
    Last edited by rgbodosk; 10-09-2019 at 10:55 PM.

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    Well.. Look on the label. Korea's KCC requires the factory name on the label.

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    Of course first checked it, KCC cert has wrong info and RRA cert does not appear.

    Internal pic has a UR cert code on the input filter board, maybe this can help?

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    I'd say its Enhance. I have a couple more pics:



    650W Version though...

    Didn't see electrical performance yet though...

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    Enhance? Since when they made 'optimized' ATX designs? It looks like seasonic at first XD - but the bottom circuitry and solder quality looks enhance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Enhance? Since when they made 'optimized' ATX designs? It looks like seasonic at first XD - but the bottom circuitry and solder quality looks enhance.
    Probably a new platform from them, but they have used optimized layouts on the SFX units in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Enhance? Since when they made 'optimized' ATX designs?
    Since this?
    Their older standard ATX Designs are ancient.
    The last one that I know of in the 400-800W Range was the Cooler Master V-Semi Modular and the modified sucessor for that.
    That was end of 2013 (September Reviews)...
    There might have been others but I didn't see it.

    But what's really astonishing is that this plattform looks really really versatile as it allows for both wireless/fully modular and wired/cable designs as solder joints for both are in this design.
    And from afar it doesn't look too expensive, though its a double sided PCB wich increases the cost...
    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    It looks like seasonic at first XD - but the bottom circuitry and solder quality looks enhance.
    It doesn't look like Seasonic at all. It looks like a mostly wireless/fully modular design, where the power path is more back to front instead of left to right. (well, the PFC is still conventionally on the left, only the low voltage (German: Niederspannung) to 12V (german: Kleinspannung/Schutzkleinspannung) conversion is back to front.

    And well, there are only so many things you can do with those layouts...

    Besides that, today the DC-DC Modules are a good indicator for the manufacturer, in some cases...
    As well as the Transformer Markings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Of course first checked it, KCC cert has wrong info and RRA cert does not appear.

    Internal pic has a UR cert code on the input filter board, maybe this can help?
    Yeah. Seems that KCC isn't legit. There should be a support number and factory name on the label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    It doesn't look like Seasonic at all. It looks like a mostly wireless/fully modular design, where the power path is more back to front instead of left to right. (well, the PFC is still conventionally on the left, only the low voltage (German: Niederspannung) to 12V (german: Kleinspannung/Schutzkleinspannung) conversion is back to front.


    It 'looks like' Seasonic(Focus), I meant.
    Densely crowded components, PCB color....

    Designwise ST-GS looks like half bridge(am I right?) and Focus is Full Bridge, so that might be different.
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    Yeah they are quite close, both have a green PCB, grey heatsinks and yellow taped transformers.

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