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    Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Mixes high capacity with an aggressive price.
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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    First line, 'etailers' - is this a missing 'R' or a new word? E-tailer does sounds pretty good for online retailers...

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    So it's much like an american muscle car then- inefficient, cheap as hell in it's native country and probably won't last much longer than the warranty.

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke7 View Post
    First line, 'etailers' - is this a missing 'R' or a new word? E-tailer does sounds pretty good for online retailers...
    I can't take credit in having introduced this word to the world. It's a known reference for internet retailing.
    Last edited by Tarinder; 30-10-2015 at 09:56 AM.

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Surely if you can afford the totally OTT system that would need a PSU with this kind of output you could afford to get a better quality one?

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by spacein_vader View Post
    Surely if you can afford the totally OTT system that would need a PSU with this kind of output you could afford to get a better quality one?
    I think they're targeting the kinds of people who splash out on the headline components like CPU and GPU and then cheap out on the rest of their hardware.

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarinder View Post
    I can't to have introduced this word to the world. It's a known reference for internet retailing.
    Quite. and not to be confused with an e-tailor, (being a talkative over-energetic chap who keeps murmuring about the buzz while measuring you for a new suit.)

    or thinking about it perhaps one of those dodgy folk sewing pockets into jackets for smuggling tablets through customs.

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    Quite. and not to be confused with an e-tailor, (being a talkative over-energetic chap who keeps murmuring about the buzz while measuring you for a new suit.)

    or thinking about it perhaps one of those dodgy folk sewing pockets into jackets for smuggling tablets through customs.
    This PSU suits you, sir, suits you. I reckon that could work.

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    but did she want it sir? did she want it? your tantalum caps, platinum efficiency rating and low ripple? Did it give enough current on her 12v rail sir? suits you sir, oh suits you!

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Why is there no disassembly?

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    Re: Rosewill 1,000W Bronze

    Quote Originally Posted by DemonHighwayman View Post
    So it's much like an american muscle car then- inefficient, cheap as hell in it's native country and probably won't last much longer than the warranty.
    Also very powerful and spins very easily. Because there's a fan. Or something.

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