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    Default supply chain disruption?

    Perhaps industry insiders can speak to this.
    Is there going to be shortages due to situation With NCV-19?

    Looking at doing a build and the number of PLAT or TITANIUM grade PSU at newegg is dropping every day.

    Currently there is only one TITANIUM less than $200.

    The Corsair 750 HX is the last PLAT for around $150

    A few months ago, there were dozens in this price range.

    Is this just a hang over from Xmas sales, or are we in for a long range shortage/ price inflation?

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    LOL!

    YES!!!!

    The supply chain is a shit storm!!!!

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    Supply chain is still totally messed up but situation will improve in april already.

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    Anybody that's tried to buy a PSU in the past couple of years will have noticed a logistics problem of *SOME* sort - especially popular models. Manufacturing lead times are probably quite fixed whereas global demand can vary wildly based on all sorts of factors. At least obsolescence hasn't been such a problem with ATX PSUs as with other components. If that PC World article that interviewed Gerow is to be believed, then user level investors in ATX tech shouldn't have to worry for the time being.

    Still, the PSU business looks like a tough racket.

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    well anything at this point...is and looks pretty modernnn man. Nott this thing lol. hanging on to olddd regulation and bad crossload....but like i said who cares...you can pull fine from it and it has NOT Budged one Lick. Or like get the Excelevan that's a badass unit for like 40 dollars lol...even the big one...that's bigggg thick coils and big Box Caps/Suppressors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Batboy88 View Post
    well anything at this point...is and looks pretty modernnn man. Nott this thing lol. hanging on to olddd regulation and bad crossload....but like i said who cares...you can pull fine from it and it has NOT Budged one Lick. Or like get the Excelevan that's a badass unit for like 40 dollars lol...even the big one...that's bigggg thick coils and big Box Caps/Suppressors.
    What.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    What.
    Any time Batboy posts it's less coherent than most Engrish I've ever read.

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