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I came into this article to say something about overpriced PSU's, but the one in the picture looks absolutely epic!
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any word on who will be making these?

Not yet, but one can speculate. tongue.gif

EVGA claims they have software control of the PSU via USB. I think another company might have done that before.
Edited by Riou - 1/12/12 at 3:54am
post #23 of 101
Pass...unless they start rebranding Seasonics or some other great power supplies.
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Speaking of Corsair how long until they start shipping GPUs and Mobo's? (only half-joking)

they will soon we all know it's coming
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They usually have a hotel room...

Yes. I sill call it a booth.

I actually can't find them listed at the Venetian or the Hilton. At the Palazzo maybe? Ugh, none of them have their suite #s listed this is going to be a pain.
post #26 of 101
Love It - Long Live EVGA
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I think evga psu will be nice if your looking for all evga rig. But with corsair and everyone else dug in and having great reps like corsair,seasonic and antec we will have to see how they are performance wise because evga tech support is right behind corsair
   
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so at what point is a market saturated?
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so at what point is a market saturated?

That's a pretty lame question for the consumer to ask. That is a question for the producer to ask themselves before they enter a market where there's already a zillion choices.
    
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Yes. I sill call it a booth.
I actually can't find them listed at the Venetian or the Hilton. At the Palazzo maybe? Ugh, none of them have their suite #s listed this is going to be a pain.

Want me to email my EVGA contacts?
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