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Delta is the largest PSU manufacturer in the world. Of the tens of millions of ATX power supplies they sell a year, only a few tens of thousands are really "great".

The rest go into Dells and HPs and Acers and all them, 200-400W with 2-4% v-reg and ripple at 70-90% of spec and a +12V rating that makes up 70% of the total wattage.

What you can say about them is that they're very reliable, much more so than you'd expect. They're built well, designed competently, with adequate components and more than a modicum of effort put into their construction. They're good for a lot more than people give them credit, and can last a long while, but they're nothing fantastic.

Now Delta's server and enthusiast units; that's a different story.




And no, the Delta-built Antecs are built by Delta, all the way. Not just the transformers.
post #22 of 33
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And no, the Delta-built Antecs are built by Delta, all the way. Not just the transformers.
every review for the EA-500D tends to say just the transformers are delta
just saying

and yes like ever comp out there, they have grate good bad and junk
i tend to say delta has on junk and bad stuff imo (have had tuns of delta stuff over the years)
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every review for the EA-500D tends to say just the transformers are delta
just saying
You can't break it down that far. If you start looking at who makes every single component inside a PSU you'll never see the end of it. When you say Delta makes a unit, it's understood that they get a lot of the components from third parties, in the end they still spec it, put it together, test it, tweak it... It's their job to make it work well with the third-party parts they chose. The discussion isn't even about that Antec unit I mentioned, I just used it as an example of the typical performance of Delta's mid-range
post #24 of 33
If the transformers are made by Delta, it's likely the entire thing is. And people at Antec have said they're made by Delta.
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You can't break it down that far. If you start looking at who makes every single component inside a PSU you'll never see the end of it. When you say Delta makes a unit, it's understood that they get a lot of the components from third parties, in the end they still spec it, put it together, test it, tweak it... It's their job to make it work well with the third-party parts they chose. The discussion isn't even about that Antec unit I mentioned, I just used it as an example of the typical performance of Delta's mid-range

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If the transformers are made by Delta, it's likely the entire thing is. And people at Antec have said they're made by Delta.
ok
now witch is it
knowing Phaedrus I'll be leaning on his side
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ok
now witch is it
knowing Phaedrus I'll be leaning on his side
We didn't contradict each other...
post #27 of 33
I feel sorry for this psu
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_a.../Page25003.htm
if Gigabyte has the marbles to send it out for one. They are missing a heat sink there
post #28 of 33
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http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16817151088 SeaSonic X650

Worth getting that one? plenty of power for my X6 since it's a 125 watt processor and will still run a 6950 just fine if I upgrade by the looks of it. I don't really run my computer on overclock right now, seeing as how I rarely push my machine to maximum performance.
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If the transformers are made by Delta, it's likely the entire thing is. And people at Antec have said they're made by Delta.
what is delta's full registered company name? Is it just Delta?
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what is delta's full registered company name? Is it just Delta?
Delta Electronics Inc.
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