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Old 03-28-2013
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stefan is right: this psu is made by xhy power (shenzhen xin hui yuan electronics).

the same platform is used in the xilence redwing r3 (review in german at planet3dnow). xhy power is also the oem behind most inter-tech/coba psus. these sell quite well in germany, because they're cheap and most customers don't care much about psus. of course they are crap, protections are not sufficient and they can't deliver their rated power.
Isn't that the same company that made some BFG PSU's and Dynex too?
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Isn't that the same company that made some BFG PSU's and Dynex too?
No, I think you meant Huntkey, but Huntkey is much bigger than XHY.
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Can't tell if toothpaste or some crusty looking thermal paste or even glue ... Wolf, wtf is that? If it was thermal paste it isn't even in the right place ...
It's like they just went "We'll put ALOT OF toothpaste everywhere on there and call it a day"
Or "See this? just spray it everywhere and don't get it on the silver thing behind the black thing either"
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It's probably glue.
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It's glue.
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Technically, it's caulk. But yeah... glue.
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