Tagan TG480-U22 480W PSU @ Viperlair

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    Silverstrand

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    With connectors for the latest tech such as SLI and SATA, we take a look at a PSU with support for multiple form factors and switchable ATX12V Dual Rails.
    "The Tagan TG480-U22 is a power supply that should be added to your very short list. It isn't a monster power house, it has no flashing lights and fans on all sides, and it doesn't have modular cabling. It does support multiple form factors including ATX12V for Dual 12v Rails (switchable), is very very quiet, tidy, an excellent performer and won't break the bank."
    http://www.viperlair.com/reviews/cases/other/psu/tagan/tg480/
     
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    Tagan is a pretty new company in the field of PSUs. But from the reviews I've read so far about their products, they seem to manufacture pretty decent PSUs and with moderate prices.
    I think that in a year or two from now they'll be part of the most leading PSU manufacturers.
     
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    Yep, look at sunbeam :D they went head first :D, lets see if what they did will pay :D, and As for Tagan i wouldn't be surprised to see them taking OCZ's spot on the top , but that still has time to come :|
     
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    Hehehe, well, it seems that psu company are getting better and that's good news.
     
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