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    Default LC Power 1000W - Andyson K platform

    Can somebody help me to determine OEM manufacturer of this PSU?





    It looks like CWT DSR, but not sure!



    Any help is welcome!
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    Andyson K series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    Andyson K series.
    Definitely the Chrysler K platform.

    Err...I mean, wait yeah.
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    Do you have any experience with those? This on the picture is 1000W unit. Are they any good? I didn't have a chance to use some of this platform. Who is using Andyson K as OEM for their PSUs?

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    That looks a bit sparse for a 1kW unit. And I don't see much filtering on the secondary either, just those polymers on the daughterboards.

    EDIT: No, I see the secondary caps now, they were hiding between the chokes and wires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bungynik View Post
    Are they any good?
    One of Andyson's better efforts. Don't expect ultra low ripple, but it will be in spec. Voltage regulation well above average.

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    I think that you can see some capacitors under the heatsink and some that protrude beneath the cables! I think those two small standing boards are for producing 5V and 3.3V voltages, derived from 12V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bungynik View Post
    I think that you can see some capacitors under the heatsink and some that protrude beneath the cables! I think those two small standing boards are for producing 5V and 3.3V voltages, derived from 12V.
    Yes, it uses DC-DC for 5v and 3.3v.
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    So what brand and model is this?
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    LC-Power LC1000 Legion X2.

    According to ecos ID (1791.1), LC-Power is the first company using the new Andyson K platform. I just have got one today! Andyson AD-K1000AE-D6 have ecos ID 1791



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