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Old September 14, 2010, 05:14 PM
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Default PowerColor Expands Its Product Lineup Into Power Supply Units

TUL Corporation, a manufacturer under the leading graphics card brand PowerColor, today introduces a completely new product lineup for computer enthusiasts: the PowerColor Power Supply Unit (PSU) series. The series includes Extreme 1000W, 850W and Gaming 600W, 500W power supplies, targeting high-end to upper mid-range segments.High Power Efficiency... [ Read full article ]
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nice. channell well for oem as well? :)
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Seems like everyone now these days is selling PSU's
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Old September 14, 2010, 06:22 PM
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Seems like everyone now these days is selling PSU's
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Hardware Canucks Announces Lineup of Power....

I kid, I kid, but seriously would you buy one ?
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I can see it now. Give it time...Powercolor will soon slap aftermarket coolers on those PSUs, label them as PCS+ and sell them as factory overclocked (like everything else).

I must admit though, I do like some of their graphics cards....
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Old September 14, 2010, 06:25 PM
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I kid, I kid, but seriously would you buy one ?
Well if HWC was selling Seasonic Baser fully modular PSU and I was in the search of a new one I would for sure...Getting a nice PSU with my fav site name on it would be nice:P
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I kid, I kid, but seriously would you buy one ?
Only if it kicked ass. I use Corsair and Seasonic units atm so it would need to match or beat.(chances are they would be re-branded Seasonic units anyway :P)
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No. Because every beaver I have seen causes lots of ripples and the guy in the HWC t-shirt who builds these things has no hands!
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Old September 14, 2010, 06:34 PM
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No. Because every beaver I have seen causes lots of ripples and the guy in the HWC t-shirt who builds these things has no hands!
Well given that dams produce electricity, and beavers build dams. I'd be inclined to believe that beavers are the foremost authority on building devices that product electricity - logical no?
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Well given that dams produce electricity, and beavers build dams. I'd be inclined to believe that beavers are the foremost authority on building devices that product electricity - logical no?
There is absolutely nothing a sane person could say to argue this point.
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