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Pretty much a discussion about advertising in the computer component world.I know your position well (match your power supply).The situation that I notice is that you are a bit of a "Lone Ranger" as the push to match is not at all visible in the Industry Trade Magazines and only a little better on the technical review sites.In my eyes advertising has an extreme bias towards making easy money over your goal (directing the customer to put his computer money in the right places) CPU magazine is pretty much devoted to informing the computer component buyer about the most expensive parts.In short,it is an uphill battle if the oposition is an advertiser.Maybe things will take off and there will be a push to match but what I see are bigger (in watts) and more expensive power supplies.No argument from me,I understand your position.Perhaps people so badly do not want to get caught short on watts that they pad their purchase no matter who from the "match your power supply" side speaks to them
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