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    Default XPG (ADATA brand) releases Core Reactor series

    https://www.xpg.com/us/feature/641/

    They were announced on Computex here:
    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    And finally released 4 days ago

    • 650W, 750W, 850W models
    • full modular
    • 80+ Gold
    • only Japanese-brand capacitors
    • no multiple 12V rail
    • 10 year warranty
    • One EPS 4+4 on 650W, two EPS 4+4 on 750/850W
    • Four PCIe on 650/750W, six PCIe on 850W

    A 550W model was also made, but it looks like they decided not to release it!



    It's made by CWT, and this platform is called CSE, or "CSE-S"... Specifically, it's based on CWT's CSE550S, CSE650S, CSE750S, and CSE850S designs.

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    The layout looks nice, especially that stand-up daughterboard.

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    Looks like an absolute nightmare airflow wise.

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    I know their PSU PM. He's quite good at his job and has a track record of creating nice PSU for many years/brands. Still, I'm not sure if XPG can offer competitive prices in EU and US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomegamer919 View Post
    Looks like an absolute nightmare airflow wise.
    It certainly could be more silent under heavier load.
    https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php...ID=107&volts=1

    A CWT GPU design is certainly more silent and less crowded.
    Last edited by -The_Mask-; 11-19-2019 at 05:31 PM.

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    Yes, but it looks like the psu uses a compact 140mm housing, that could be an advantage.

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    Looks a good option for ITX chassis like Metis Plus or DA2.

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