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Who's Who In Power Supplies, 2013: Brands Vs. Manufacturers

PSU Makers: E-H

Companies: E-Star International, Eagle Tech, Elwin Technology Ltd., Elec, Emerson Network Power, Enermax, Enhance, Enlight, ePower, Etasis, Etopmay, Flextronics, Fob, Focus, Forepoint, Fortrex, Fortron, Foxconn, Foxlink, Fractal Design, Frisby, Fujitsu Siemens, Glacial Power, Gigabyte, Global Bright Intl., Globalwin, Gold Pal, GrowUp Japan, GPS, Great Wall, GTR, Guizhu, Hama, Hardwaremania24, HC, HEC, Highscreen, High Performance Group, High Performance PC, High Power, Himere, Hiper, Hipro, HP, Huntkey.

  • rolli59
    Great article!
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  • Darkerson
    I really wish I would have had something like this years ago, but either way this was a great treasure trove of useful info. Thanks!
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  • _Pez_
    Now i'm afraid of every PSU out there... :X .. awesome work now I'll be more careful when selecting a PSU I will check everything in that moment like some sort of paranoia. ja ja LOL !
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  • chefboyeb
    I have a Rosewill 950-DB and it's been working excellently for over a year now... How safe am I?
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  • Tamz_msc
    Channel well is pretty good.You have great PSUs from them for both Antec and Corsair.
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  • shades_aus
    That explains why my ANTEC power supplies have died. Although some were made by Seasonic, they were NOT designed by Seasonic.
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  • PreferLinux
    As you were told with the last one, chokes do not mean passive PFC. They will be present in the filters (all of them, including input) of any PSU.
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  • The Greater Good
    Ummm, Seasonic does make their own PSUs.
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  • avatar_raq
    "For those companies that don't manufacture their own products, such as HEC and Seasonic"

    Huh? Since when Seasonic is not the maker of their products?
    Nice article and much needed. Thanks
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  • PreferLinux
    shades_ausThat explains why my ANTEC power supplies have died. Although some were made by Seasonic, they were NOT designed by Seasonic.The ones in question were probably older ones with cheap caps that failed. And probably made by one of the lesser companies there too.
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