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Old 5th June 2007, 18:43   #1
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Default Silverstone upgrades PSU manufacturing

Silverstone decided to turn up a notch and the company recently started manufacturing power supplies in Taiwan, not on mainland China. Also, workers are replaced by robotic arms that are putting the components onto PCB with equal precision as motherboard components are placed onto the blank PCB. First power supply to get Taiwanese treatment was 1.2kW from Decathlon series, but this new factory will produce most of the high-end power supplies. Silverstone reps showed us the difference between Taiwan and mainland China PSU, and there is certain German-precision feel on the Taiwanese one.

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