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    Default Rosewill Releases Their First 80 Plus Platinum PSU Series @ Hardware Secrets

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    So it's ATNG and not Super Flower, the prices seem ok, wondering it an EU expansion is still in the cards for them, as they stated back at Computex 2011..
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    Yeah, ATNG uses that heatsink. It's nice to see Rosewill use ATNG again, they don't have much market presence. I was already bored of seeing rebadged Golden Green's last year. There're too many SuperFlower make units in the market. I'd like to see those rebadges replaced with some solid ATNG's like the Rosewill Libertas 800W, which was a great ATNG +90 that got pulled out of market for no reason.

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    That ATNG platform actually had some issues.

    Still, it's definitely going to be good to see this newer ATNG design put to the test.

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    Just looked back, yep. But the issue with the DC-DC VRM only happened on the Rosewill Libertas unit, hence why it got pulled out of market.

    IIRC, the Libertas were on sale in 2010 Summer. Anyway, that ATNG platform (+87, one that Glacier 900W and Majesty 1100 are based on) is great up to 900W. It's still a great platform.

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    It's decent at 1000w, but I doubt they ever got 1100w fixed.

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