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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:11

Raptoxx attacks the PSU market

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: A new player in the town

 

We had a chance to see and meet with the people fro Raptoxx a german based company that is quite new in the Power Supply Unit business. We’ve seen a lot of PSUs from 50 to 150 € and for a bit more money you can get a high quality three rail 750W PSU.

The hardware has a quality touch and the finishing of it looks good and it is cooled with 12 CM fan and it should operate at quiet levels and provide you the top power for the buck.

We will have a chance to play with them in the future and at the first glimpse, it looks good.


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