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    Today we're looking at the Seventeam V-Force 850W power supply, a unit that makes big promises. You may not be very familiar with Seventeam, but they've begun to make inroads lately, and we're quite anxious to look at this unit to see what they bring to the table. Let's take a look at the V-Force 850W and see how it fares.



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    Well it is sleeved, just not to the base though, there is a gap of about 4" or so where it meets the housing. It looks unsleeved in the pic above, but in the review it does show one pic where the sleeving is evident, but you can also see the gap. Good eye there though Steve.

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