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Now before all the confusing starts i would like to clear this up as this is a mixed OEM series

And no there is no Seasonic anywhere near this series

450/550/650/1000 watts are CWT aka Channel Well Technology made units

The 750 and 850 watts are Chicony Power Technology made units

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I've never heard of these oem's before, any info on them ? the low noise fan design and components without coil whine or buzzing noises do seem nice. Lets hope it will perform as advertised.
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I've never heard of these oem's before, any info on them ? the low noise fan design and components without coil whine or buzzing noises do seem nice. Lets hope it will perform as advertised.

Channel Well Technology is one of the old guys that have been around for years

They have made so much i cant keep track of it all

Chicony Power Technology is more interesting becasue they dont make alot

In fact i have never heard of them before the they made the Corsair TX750M and TX850M

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Channel Well Technology Co., is a specialized manufacturer of switching power supplies for PC, IPC and Telecommunication peripherals.

The brand CWT has now expended products categories into switching adaptors and power modules for LCD Monitors, NOTEBOOK, and others applications such as telecommunication systems.

CWT cooperates as OEM with many companies (Thermaltake, Corsair, Xigmatek, Ikonik, etc) to provide quality products.

CWT is headquartered in Taoyuan (Taiwan).

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seems promising, might just get one if the reviews are positive and if i ever get my dilemma of laptop vs custom rig figured out.
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seems promising, might just get one if the reviews are positive and if i ever get my dilemma of laptop vs custom rig figured out.

I think it will fit between the Corsair HX and AX

But its more or less the same class/type of PSU as the Be Quiet Straight Power CM E9 and maybe the Dark Power Pro

Maybe cheaper if Cosair does not overpriced like they often do

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The RM is meant to replaced the TX line not the HX. https://www.overclock.net/t/1426202/tpu-corsair-introduces-the-rm-series-power-supplies/20#post_20789385

Hipro is also a solid OEM who had made many PSUs for big companies such as Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo, etc.
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The RM is meant to replaced the TX line not the HX. https://www.overclock.net/t/1426202/tpu-corsair-introduces-the-rm-series-power-supplies/20#post_20789385

Hipro is also a solid OEM who had made many PSUs for big companies such as Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo, etc.
I wouldn't call them solid, they have in the past afair made some pretty nice clunkers.

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The RM is meant to replaced the TX line not the HX. https://www.overclock.net/t/1426202/tpu-corsair-introduces-the-rm-series-power-supplies/20#post_20789385

Hipro is also a solid OEM who had made many PSUs for big companies such as Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo, etc.

So HX is still better or higher class than RM then? Am I right?? A bit confuse biggrin.gif

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So HX is still better or higher class than RM then? Am I right?? A bit confuse biggrin.gif

RM is newer but TX and HX is better

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RM is newer but TX and HX is better

OK thanks Shilka thumb.gif

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