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OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and components, today announced the expansion of its gaming peripherals under a new “Alchemy” line, with the introduction of the Elixir keyboard series for highly advanced functionality in game-play. Featuring a wealth of user-friendly features combined with an ergonomic and sturdy design, the Elixir keyboard will deliver a unique combination of performance and value to gamers as they blaze through the latest PC titles.

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29.99 isn't bad
 
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I like my illuminated keys. :)
 
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almost every OCZ product is a rebrand.

OCZ DIY Gaming Laptop = Compal JFL9
OCZ Vanquisher = Sunbeam CR-SW-775
OCZ Vendetta = Xigmatek HDT-S983
OCZ Vendetta 2 = Xigmatek HDT-S1283
OCZ Equalizer = A4Tech X750F/X750BF
OCZ Dominatrix (New) see here and here = CyberSnipa Stinger

im betting this is too :p

- Christine
 
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Indeed! It looks a lot like the Razer Tarantula, minus the LED's.
 

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I WANT.

They sell great gaming gear for cheap. I missed that $30 2000 dpi laser mouse they made.
 
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I wonder how durable the key finish is. Other keyboards I've seen have the finish rubbed off to the point where you can no longer tell what key it is by the print.
 
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almost every OCZ product is a rebrand.

OCZ DIY Gaming Laptop = Compal JFL9
OCZ Vanquisher = Sunbeam CR-SW-775
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OCZ Vendetta 2 = Xigmatek HDT-S1283
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OCZ Dominatrix = CyberSnipa Stinger

im betting this is too :p

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Calvary is 100% right. And obviously the rebranding doesn't stop there. PSU's, fans, even down to the TIM. And I guess they still make money :laugh:
 
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I updated the list. well there Power Supplies were rebranded Topower but now they actually order specific parts when they are manufactured so they are technically not rebrands anymore. also there OCZ SSD's are rebrands of Samsung.

I promise i'll find who made this keyboard lol.

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Who doesn't rebrand? If the rebrand fetches more profit and makes the company lower prices because if can afford to and compete better, why not?

Seasonic as a PSU brand now isn't as big as Corsair, though Corsair rebrands Seasonic PSU's. To compete with PCP&C, OCZ, Antec, TT, etc. better, Corsair can afford to lower prices. Why? because they're selling Seasonic stuff better than Seasonic itself could, Corsair is a big company (now).
 
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Corsair Power Supplies are not rebrands. rebranding is 8800GS renamed 9600GSO hence the "re" part. Corsair Power Supplies are superior than Seasonic's own models because Corsair demands the highest quality components when manufacturing. what I was saying was they simply took a standard Topower model and called it an OCZ PowerStream.

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How about TOPower and ABS-Tagan?
 
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Corsair Power Supplies are not rebrands. rebranding is 8800GS renamed 9600GSO hence the "re" part. Corsair Power Supplies are superior than Seasonic's own models because Corsair demands the highest quality components when manufacturing. what I was saying was they simply took a standard Topower model and called it an OCZ PowerStream (not the PowerXStream, PowerStream is an older Model see here)

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I thought corsair PSUs were Seasonic rebrands... Seasonic definately demands high quality parts as well, because their PSUs are amazing... (5 year warranty ftw!)
 
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almost every OCZ product is a rebrand.

OCZ DIY Gaming Laptop = Compal JFL9
OCZ Vanquisher = Sunbeam CR-SW-775
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OCZ Vendetta 2 = Xigmatek HDT-S1283
OCZ Equalizer = A4Tech X750F/X750BF
OCZ Dominatrix (New) see here and here = CyberSnipa Stinger

im betting this is too :p

- Christine
OCZ GameXstream PSU's are rebranded FSP's.
 
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sorry edited my post get confused there is no PowerXStream was thinking of ProXStream. the ProStream and ModStream are older models rebranded Topower. the GameXStream, ModXStream and StealthXStream are manufactured by Fortron.

various Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling models are built by Seasonic. I think Antec is the worst in Quality when I say worst I mean in Seasonic terms not Power Supply, Antec Models are affordable so they don't request any high quality components. Corsair request the highest quality components even more so than Seasonic's own brand (see below) a while ago I replied in a thread on a budget build I think on what a Corsair 450VX can do, it literally has components from Power Supplies in the $200-300 range in a $60-80 Power Supply I quoted signatures (builds) from alot of forums of a 450VX powering a Quad Core, 9800GTX you name it basically any system that would make you recommend a standard Power Supply in the 500-750W range.

the Corsair 450VX is based off the Seasonic S12 II series what's the difference? higher quality capacitors, more heatsinks, etc.

- Christine
 

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almost every OCZ product is a rebrand.

OCZ DIY Gaming Laptop = Compal JFL9
OCZ Vanquisher = Sunbeam CR-SW-775
OCZ Vendetta = Xigmatek HDT-S983
OCZ Vendetta 2 = Xigmatek HDT-S1283
OCZ Equalizer = A4Tech X750F/X750BF
OCZ Dominatrix (New) see here and here = CyberSnipa Stinger

im betting this is too :p

- Christine
most of their PSU's and such are rebrands too, with minor changes. they grab good products with no market exposure, re-label them and sell them worldwide with better warranty. it works well for most people.
 

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sorry edited my post get confused there is no PowerXStream was thinking of ProXStream. the ProStream and ModStream are older models rebranded Topower. the GameXStream, ModXStream and StealthXStream are manufactured by Fortron.

various Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling models are built by Seasonic. I think Antec is the worst in Quality when I say worst I mean in Seasonic terms not Power Supply, Antec Models are affordable so they don't request any high quality components. Corsair request the highest quality components even more so than Seasonic's own brand (see below) a while ago I replied in a thread on a budget build I think on what a Corsair 450VX can do, it literally has components from Power Supplies in the $200-300 range in a $60-80 Power Supply I quoted signatures (builds) from alot of forums of a 450VX powering a Quad Core, 9800GTX you name it basically any system that would make you recommend a standard Power Supply in the 500-750W range.

the Corsair 450VX is based off the Seasonic S12 II series what's the difference? higher quality capacitors, more heatsinks, etc.

- Christine
Powerstream and modtream were the older models.
GameXstream, StealthXstream and ProXstream are the newer models.
 
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Yes, most of the lower-end PSU's are made by Seasonic (with Corsair's own high demands and specifications), but the higher-end ones (the 750 and 1000 watt I believe) are made by CWT (Channel Well Technology).
 

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the Corsair 450VX is based off the Seasonic S12 II series what's the difference? higher quality capacitors, more heatsinks, etc.

- Christine
It can handle a 95W Core 2 Quad + 9800 GX2 + 1 HDD :)
 
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1000HX = Channel Well
620HX = Seasonic
520HX = Seasonic
450VX = Seasonic
550VX = Channel Well
650TX = Seasonic
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HX = Enthusiast Line, TX = Mainstream Line, VX = Budget Line. not bad for a budget? :p

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Is that even legal? It looks like a 100% rip of the Razer Tarantula minus LEDs and Razer logo + more buttons to look different.
 
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we don't even know if it is manufactured by Razer. Razer has never been rebranded and this keyboard has detatchables.

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we don't even know if it is manufactured by Razer. Razer has never been rebranded and this keyboard has detatchables.

- Christine
Razer's products are also far too expensive. It can't possibly a rebranded Razer keyboard for only $30. Razer loves to put their name on products and include their software + high prices. Take a look at the Belkin n52te. It is almost identical to the previous except it has Razer's software, styling and some improvements on handling yet the price is doubled. Razer is making good money off of their $90 Tarantula keyboards. It wouldn't make sense for them to sell their keyboard to OCZ.
 

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