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    channel well technology?

    hi, i've just had a look at the PSU that came with my case, and it's got channel well technology- c3246-3 written on it.
    i'mjust wondering who they are and if it's any good, it's a 350w psu.
    i found there website but couldn't find that model(if it is a model no)
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    Never heard of them, if the +5 and +12 lines are stable then i guess it's good

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    Well if you do a search on these hexus forums for CWT you will get a lot of positive comments about them.

    CWT stands for Channel well technology and CWT make some of Antecs PSU's for them but i dont know what your 350W is an equivelent of though!
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    so it will be fine until i can afford a decent true power one?

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    If I were to get any PSU at the moment it would be a CWT - this forum has nothing but good things to say about it - best performance/price.

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    afaik the antec and cwt designs are licenced from another company which designed them. The newer CWT psus are very good and more than any one willl ever need, for atleast a few years anyway. As the designs are from another company I expect there older ones wernt as good, and so the one you have dont expect it to be any better than an unbranded one (which are usually quite good, beat q-tecs by miles).

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    he he he. "channel well technology". one for the list of silly names, next to Chuntex Ltd and Diamond Flower Inc

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