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Tuniq Ensemble 1200W for $129

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John Doe

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#1
Here's a solid 1.2kW unit I saw;

http://www.xoxide.com/tuniq-ensemble1200w-powersupply.html

It's based on the first iteration of G14-C (High Power) platform. W1zzard had the same, original version here.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sirtec/RockSolid_1000W/2.html

JGuru also reviewed a unit based on this platform at 1350W. Wolf couldn't load 1350W but it performed great up to 1200W.

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story4&reid=96

Chieftec also used this unit to replace their aging CWT PUC 1200 (Toughpower 1200). It was better than that unit and is still a beasty PSU. ;)
 

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#2
This deal definitely deserves a bump.

Thanks for this, I just picked one up. :toast:
 
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John Doe

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#3
Yeah, it has long cables as well. Should be easy to manage in a big tower. You need something like an HCP-1200 to significantly suppress the performance of this unit. Even then, the difference would be like 15mV ripple to 25mV... not worth paying $275 instead.