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Scythe Preparing an Entire Fleet of PSUs

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  1. btarunr

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    Better known for their cooling products and case accessories, the Japanese hardware manufacturer Scythe, seems to have prepared an entire range of power supplies (PSUs) using the manufacturing technology of Enhance Electronics, a Taiwan-based company that specializes in OEM and enterprise segment PC power supplies. Scythe will name its PSU lineup as "ChouRiki".

    The range starts off with a 400W model and extends all the way up to a 1000W model, including 500W, 600W, 700W, and 850W boxes. All PSUs on offer, are 80 Plus certified to show that they offer 80+ percent efficiency at any level of load. The PSUs come with single 120mm fan-based cooling with model-specific speeds and noise-levels. Scythe will begin introducing its ChouRiki range of power supplies across global markets within Q1 2009.

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    Source: Cooling Technique
     
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    Many Thanks to Odin Eidolon for sending this in.
     
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    Nice. I wouldn't mind a quieter PSU. My thermaltake tends to get loud.
     
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    I can't wait to see if TPU can get review samples of the PSU! Wouldn't mind grabbing a 1kwatt one!
     
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    Sweet these are Enhance units! Should be pretty good!
     
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    12V ratings seem lower than other contemporary PSUs. But let's want and see what any reviews say.
     
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    Depending on Reviews Id get this for my AM3. They make good coolers.
     
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    64A +12V for a 600W unit is pretty good if all else is in order.
     
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    looks seasonicish :cool:
     

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