Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129
Antec used almost exclusively CWT (though briefly their own factory) until the Fuhjyyu debacle in 2005. Since then they use Delta, SeaSonic, Enhance, and Fortron.
Ironically, a simple change in the fan mounting in the TP II's lowered the psu temps dramatically. By placing the fan grill on the INSIDE of the psu case between the fan and the case it allowed too much air recirculation. By moving the grill to the outside of the psu case the edge of the fan rested directly upon the psu case instead of leaving a gap forcing more air to be drawn in and forced out. It was a change I made to mine after about a year of getting mine. Prior to the change you felt very little air flow coming out of the exhaust of the psu, and what did exhaust was extremely hot. After that simple change there was a dramatic increase in airflow out of the psu exhaust and it was noticeably cooler although still quite warm. I can't find where I noted what the actual difference in temps were, but IIRC the drop in temps INSIDE the psu case was about 7 to 10C. Since those Fuhiyyu caps didn't like heat (that was the main reason they failed), increasing the cooling capacity of the PSU with a simple change like that dramaically extended the life of them.