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If its not in english then thats why i have not posted it

And news is still news even from Corsonic

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I am sure techpowerup or some other english site is going to cover it

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Rosewill goes fully modular on Capstone and Tachyon series PSU's. Sauce

Rosewill going digital and announces new PSU series called "Epoch." Sauce
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Rosewill goes fully modular on Capstone and Tachyon series PSU's. Sauce

Rosewill going digital and announces new PSU series called "Epoch." Sauce

I dont see the ponit of fully modular unless you want to do your own cable sleeving

On the other hand fully modular seem to sell much better so i am going to say its a good thing as Rosewill can steal some sales form Corsonic

Those fully modular Antec / NZXT / Rosewill units give so many more options now which is a good thing

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It seems to be all about power saving now with Haswell and the following... The SF "Titanium" promises up to 96% in efficiency? I'll be eagerly waiting for the reviews. yessir.gif

The Antec seem like a nice PSU too, albeit a ridiculously expensive one.
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The SF "Titanium" promises up to 96% in efficiency? I'll be eagerly waiting for the reviews. yessir.gif

The Antec seem like a nice PSU too, albeit a ridiculously expensive one.

it so overpriced here in Denmark that i could buy a low end gaming PC for the same money

I belive that SF Titanium is a 600 watts which will make it the best 600 watts unit efficiency wise

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it so overpriced here in Denmark that i could buy a low end gaming PC for the same money

I belive that SF Titanium is a 600 watts which will make it the best 600 watts unit efficiency wise
I hear ya... 750W goes for 165€ and 1200W pricing starts at 270€ here.
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antec prices can be brutal. i was lucky to get my hcp 1000w from amazon for 209.99 on sale. in a area dominated by corsonic, it would be wise if someone in the marketing team would use their noggin to price their amazing psu's competitively.
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I hear ya... 750W goes for 165€ and 1200W pricing starts at 270€ here.

Think that scandinavia is so low on Antec list that they dont care about us or that no here wants to sell Antec

Antec is the brand i always forget when i talk PSU´s

I dont do it on purpose or leave them out i just forget about them and its a bad habit
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antec prices can be brutal. i was lucky to get my hcp 1000w from amazon for 209.99 on sale. in a area dominated by corsonic, it would be wise if someone in the marketing team would use their noggin to price their amazing psu's competitively.

Sounds like they need to wake up in the real world

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