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    Can't believe it.. proper high end units from FSP!?..
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    Internals of the Segotep GP1100G power supply. It's based on Enhance's two-switch active-clap-forward + DC/DC design.








    more here:
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    Interesting, was wondering who builds Colorful's/Segotep's power supplies, any info on the rest of the lineup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Original Sin View Post
    Interesting, was wondering who builds Colorful's/Segotep's power supplies, any info on the rest of the lineup?
    As far as I know, they have used Seventeam, Enhance (GP1100G 1000W) and CWT (GP700 650W) for their high-end/high-wattage power supplies. As for their low-end products, they are mainly made by a bunch of unknown companies (For example: HKC made the 325PQ and 530PQ PSU's). It's kind of hard for me to say which company makes which series. Hoping Travis could shed some light on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckula View Post
    As far as I know, they have used Seventeam, Enhance (GP1100G 1000W) and CWT (GP700 650W) for their high-end/high-wattage power supplies. As for their low-end products, they are mainly made by a bunch of unknown companies (For example: HKC made the 325PQ and 530PQ PSU's). It's kind of hard for me to say which company makes which series. Hoping Travis could shed some light on this.
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    No problem. :-)
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    New entry-level PSU's from Antec and Corsair -- Antec BP300P and Corsair VS450. The former one is made by Delta while the later one is made by CWT (GPA platform). Neither of the two units is able to do its labeled power on 110V. So the availabilities of them are limited to regions where 220V input voltage is used.
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    The VS450 in particular looks very cheap.. I don't think I'd want either in any of my systems
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    Being GPA, and with the current price of the CX Series, I don't see the point of that VS450 unless it releases for $30 in the US, without MIR's, and at least some decent performance.

    Though, cap choice alone I'd recommend against that unit. JunFu & what looks to be a Fuhjyhu do not inspire confidence.

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