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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Andyson claims that they manufacture 100K~120K PSUs each month(max 150K), I thought it was quite a lot - then how much the T1 or T2 companies produce... or Corsair sales each month? 500K? 1M?
    100K per month sounds about right for them. But that's while cutting corners like shortening burn in time.

    Also, keep in mind that no OEM wants any customer to use up 100% of a factory's resources. It's too risky. In the T1 factories, Corsair will hog a whole line or two. Andyson has ONLY two lines. Someone like CWT or Great Wall will have multiple floors with multiple lines, but are also making PSUs for half a dozen customers at a time.

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    5,000 units each work day does not exactly seem small to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    And they would need to do three shifts to keep up with Corsair's volume, so they would only be allowed to a regional SKU if Corsair were to use them.
    Would you mind explaining why, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GDILord View Post
    Would you mind explaining why, please?
    Like I already said: Because they would not be able to maintain the volume of a Corsair mainstream SKU (all wattages).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    100K per month sounds about right for them. But that's while cutting corners like shortening burn in time.

    Also, keep in mind that no OEM wants any customer to use up 100% of a factory's resources. It's too risky. In the T1 factories, Corsair will hog a whole line or two. Andyson has ONLY two lines. Someone like CWT or Great Wall will have multiple floors with multiple lines, but are also making PSUs for half a dozen customers at a time.
    Previously, you (Jon) mentioned that the Seasonic factory is small. As small as this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    Previously, you (Jon) mentioned that the Seasonic factory is small. As small as this?
    Yes. But AX is very low quantity.

    Andyson is more suited for Bronze product which is 10x Platinum or Titanium.

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