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    Hey Jon, here's some more brands from a list I started once. Sorry no UL numbers...none of these are too awfully obscure or "local" I think. Also, I think the only manufacturer here is Works Power (performance-pcs.com and directron.com sell these). I know they used to have a website but I can't seem to locate it now. It was only company info anyway, no product info.

    coba
    huntkey
    Northq http://www.northq.com/
    GTR/ I-cute http://www.gtr.com.hk/

    levicom
    works power
    logisys
    alphacool

    Chill Innovation chill-innovation.com
    Maxtop http://www.maxtop.com/powersupply.htm
    Cleverpower cleverpower.com
    A+GPB
    Achieve/Viomax
    Engelking http://www.engelking-elektronik.de/
    QTechnology http://www.qtechnology.net/
    Sansun Arctic http://www.sansungroup.com.tw/
    Sharkoon http://www.sharkoon.com/all_eng.htm
    SilenX silenx.com
    Yesico http://www.yesico.de/

    uhm Casegears and Maddog come to mind too..

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    For those who don't know what this is for:

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/SMPS_UL.htm

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Unfortunately, I'm looking for is at least the brand and the manufacturer. Just knowing that the brand is out there isn't really good enough for the list because there's no accounting for who makes it.

    So if anyone can find out who makes Huntkey, NorthQ and GTR/I-cube, I'll add it.

    None of these companies are listed as themselves in the UL database.

    I'll add Sharkoon to the FSP listing since I know at least the 600W and 700W are based on the Epsilon.

    I'll research the others later. Maybe some other members can help.

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    Huntkey seems to be Shenzen Chi Yuan: http://terasan.info/dengen/no046_3/index.html
    A Coba unit - not sure who makes these: http://www.teschke.de/heatpipes/Neue..._300_watt.html
    NorthQ - Shenzen Chi Yuan from the looks of it: http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews/...800-400%20PSU/
    Engelking - FSP: http://www.silenthardware.de/reviews...c_a/index.html
    Qtechnology - this one is apparently Enhance: http://www.au-ja.de/review-psu2005-2.phtml
    Sansun - Andyson: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sansun/Arctic450W/3
    Yesico - Andyson? Having trouble with this one... a fanless unit of theirs looks like Etasis: http://www.tweakpc.de/hardware/tests...l_550w/s02.php

    I think I'll stop there for now... my eyes are burning from squinting at tiny review pictures
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    uhm Casegears and Maddog come to mind too
    Maddog used to be Super Flower IIRC.

    Edit: Funny funny me http://www.slcentral.com/ttgi-superf...-n-power-550w/
    Last edited by Spectre; 10-19-2006 at 10:53 AM.

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    Good work!

    They'll be added to the list in a few.

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    I'm going to call Yesico a Sirtec supplied company - that 560W bears too much resemblance to this one, which is definitely a Sirtec:

    http://young-modders.de/Reviews/Chieftec/560W/560w.htm

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    wow Oklahoma that's a lot of detective work...and fast too! I just googled images of logisys and levicom psu's and they both look too much like Aspire's to not be Youngyear. And this Maxtop here (with a CWT number) appears to be CWT...sherlock holmes eat your heart out

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    Yesico is Sirtec 100%. We have it here and UL number is from Sirtec.
    They have a quiet fan and it's suspended on rubber.
    Yesico 420 vs. Sirtec 420.
    Yesico 430 vs. Sirtec 430
    Yesico 500 vs. Sirtec 500
    Yesico 560 vs. Sirtec 560
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    Quote Originally Posted by Makalu View Post
    wow Oklahoma that's a lot of detective work...and fast too! I just googled images of logisys and levicom psu's and they both look too much like Aspire's to not be Youngyear. And this Maxtop here (with a CWT number) appears to be CWT...sherlock holmes eat your heart out
    AVG DETECTED UP A VIRUS WHEN I OPENED THE ABOVE LINK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalvanizedYankee View Post
    AVG DETECTED UP A VIRUS WHEN I OPENED THE ABOVE LINK.
    Same here. And then IE crashed.

    I'm killing the link.

    Something VERY BAD is going down on that site.

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