Review: Sunbeam Nuuo 550 watt Power Supply

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    Sunbeam Nuuo 550 watt Power Supply
    First only straight cables existed, then cable sleeving came to be, now we have both and a beef power supply to go with it, not to mention the neat modular connection and bundled cables.
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    very nice looking PSU and decent price for the feature that it comes. it seems to me that there are more new companies, like Sunbeam, that produce decent psu's at fair price, while the top dog produce killer psu with those killer prices. Kudos to Sunbeam keep bring cool products at good price.
     
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    Hmm not cool, SWEET!!!!! :D, if ur going to get a new PSU guys, look at this one! un fortunaetly i dont think its offered to AU yet.
     
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    sunbean has been making quite a lot of noise and it's gaining quite a lot of good review. I am not sure if it;s available in the US but I am sure it is as it's us based company.
     
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    actually its a Chinese/tiapei company, theres a small office in america though :D, just thought i would let you know :D... the managers name there is Keven :D (i think)
     
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    Hey, lots of pictures this time. I like that. It appears you gave this PSU a perfect score, unless I read that chart wrong. Is this the first perfect score awarded by this site?
     
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    theres no perfect score, because nothing is perfect, its just a high rating mainly because of Value... there tooo much you dont need to pay tons for one :D... and with that the Performance is alot better... the only channel that jitters is the +5volt, but when u look at it truthly you shouldn't be comparing a pre pilot sample to a cosumer product, but thats just how reviews come, u should realise they might be better, mine a sample... not the real product launch :D
     
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    UNHOLY is strict:). Mmmh, I wonder what will render a perfect score:).
     
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    a $25000 Power supply... with variable Voltage and Current settings.
    THats the best ur going to get, and that get a Jitter of 0.0000001, so nothigs perfect really is it now? :|
     
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