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Old 22-09-16, 12:32 PM
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In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies, offering 80+ Platinum efficiency, wattages of up to 900W and a 7-year warranty.



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Old 22-09-16, 01:58 PM
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Interesting, good for In win to expand their product range but I wonder who the OEM are for these.
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Old 22-09-16, 03:51 PM
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Interesting, good for In win to expand their product range but I wonder who the OEM are for these.
Was gonna ask the same thing.
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Old 22-09-16, 04:19 PM
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Looking at the connections, I would say its the same people that make the EVGA Supernova G2 series of power supplies. Same 10 pin ATX followed by 18 Pin ATX for the Motherboard connection. I am not sure if any other power supplies use that setup for the 24 pin connection.
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Old 22-09-16, 04:29 PM
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Looking at the connections, I would say its the same people that make the EVGA Supernova G2 series of power supplies. Same 10 pin ATX followed by 18 Pin ATX for the Motherboard connection. I am not sure if any other power supplies use that setup for the 24 pin connection.
From reading your post, in my head it says 10 + 18, which is not 24, but 28?
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Old 22-09-16, 04:36 PM
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From reading your post, in my head it says 10 + 18, which is not 24, but 28?
The Supernova has 3 double wires on the Power Supply end and 2 of the ATX Pins are not used. So all of the 10 pin connector is used and 16 out of the 18 pin connector. That adds up to 23 pins on the Motherboard side. I wish I had a larger picture so I can make better guess.
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Old 22-09-16, 04:38 PM
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Looks like a Seasonic looking at the fan grille design.
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Old 22-09-16, 11:43 PM
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It looks good, and the seven-year warranty makes it look even better.
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Old 23-09-16, 12:08 AM
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it's made by inwin it's not going to be a £20 crap psu
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