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    Default Etasis ET750 Gaming Power review

    review link -->> http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/et850w/

    Etasis product page -->> http://www.etasis.com.tw/cgi-bin/pro...earchdbdisplay

    I thought the review itself wasn't too awesome but it was still useful for me since it answered some of my questions regarding the exterior casing (its a dark gray paint, not just metal) and about the cables (sleeving).

    I found some places a while back that sell this in the US -->> http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=...er&btnG=Search

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    Iceberg reference, hmmmmmm
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    I've got an Etasis 850W that I got through Sundialmicro.

    You kow it's the same as the Silverstne Zeus, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I've got an Etasis 850W that I got through Sundialmicro. You know it's the same as the Silverstone Zeus, right?
    Yea, but I think the ST75ZF and ST85ZF look better

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    Well, would you look at that rainbow of colors that should be nicely sleeved cables. I see black sleeves, blue sleeves and then unsleeved cables. It looks....cheap. But I'm sure it performs like a champ.

    Plus, he tested it with an X800XT PE......on an 850W PSU!!!!!!!! These reviews just keep getting better and better.....

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    I just found this :
    http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...cat=469&page=1

    129 quid is about half the price Irish/UK customers pay for a decent 850w PSU. So is the same as the Zeus ?

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    Yep.

    Just minus the sleeved cables.

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    Grand, that's what I will be advising my mate to get so, instead of the Enermax which costs about 40% more. I noticed the Zippy psu's (gaming ones) in the UK cost about 50% more. Why are Etasis so cheap ? No sleeved cables ?

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    Because they own the factory?

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