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Thermaltake London 550W Semi-Modular Power Supply Review

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  1. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    seems like a solid build they made there, i like how they made it a bit longer to reduce heat
     
  3. Aruffell

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    I'm just not a fan of the name. Not ever have I needed to buy something with my countries capital on it :s
     
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    LOL
     
  5. Michael Kristensen

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    I must agree there :) Most names indicate some kind of feature so for London i think Moist, cold and wet
     
  6. Andreas Theodoulou

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    Thermaltake make awesome good quality PSU
     
  7. LostOne.TR

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    Any comments from regarding how the naming scheme came about?
     
  8. Andreas Theodoulou

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    yes strange name to give a psu. maybe it was designed and developed in London by some university students ? who knows ?
     
  9. Mr Brown

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    I was aware of this naming scheme but only just noticed the cheesy graphic on the side, not sure I could live with putting that in a system even if it was hidden!
     

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