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This is a power supply I got for free. It's a PowerMan 350W and it looks like an old group regulated design but I'm curious who manufactured it. All the caps on the Primary and the Secondary are OST

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I think it might be In Win, Inc. I think it comes with one/some of their cases.
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Can you search the circuit board near the transient filter for any printing regarding PCB part #?
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"3RAM60008001" Does that sound about right? I can see some numbers that looks like a model number but half of it is covered by the sloppy yellow glue on the PCB
Edit: no google results. The 3RAM60008001 was adjacent to one of the X capacitors on the transient filter area. Do you know how many numbers/letters there are roughly? like "XX-XXX" ?
Edited by Pentium-David - 8/1/11 at 8:22pm
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post #5 of 9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by N7-OC View Post
I think it might be In Win, Inc. I think it comes with one/some of their cases.
See: Amazon.com: In Win PS ISP350J2-0 IP-P300AJ20 Powerman ATX V1.3 350W 12CM Fan Power Supply: Electronics
Well I guess that answers it. I really haven't heard much of In Win. How is their quality, just average?
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post #6 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pentium-David View Post
Well I guess that answers it. I really haven't heard much of In Win. How is their quality, just average?
I don't know who made it, if it's Inwin or not, but it looks seriously sub-mediocre. Not as bad as like a Leadman or something, but certainly a big step below even FSP's low end units which are what I consider bottom line entry level.
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I don't know who made it, if it's Inwin or not, but it looks seriously sub-mediocre. Not as bad as like a Leadman or something, but certainly a big step below even FSP's low end units which are what I consider bottom line entry level.
Lol @ Leadman. Gotta love their tinfoil heatsinks. Yeah it does look pretty outdated, i mean, it has a frickin -5V. I'm thinking of just throwing it away or frying it somehow
Edit: Oh and even if this isn't a great power supply, how is OST's quality?
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post #8 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pentium-David View Post
Lol @ Leadman. Gotta love their tinfoil heatsinks. Yeah it does look pretty outdated, i mean, it has a frickin -5V. I'm thinking of just throwing it away or frying it somehow
Edit: Oh and even if this isn't a great power supply, how is OST's quality?
fry it...in your bathtub....
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post #9 of 9
OST caps are decent. OST is one step below Teapo, which is a step and a half below the Japanese capacitors.
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