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jonnyGURU 06-23-2010 04:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Travis (Post 63321)
Yeah, less parts, higher reliability :D:D

Ha Ha! Touch!



HOOfan_1 06-23-2010 04:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Zero82z (Post 63295)
I would say the NCIX forums are the black hole of the internet, except that dubious honour really belongs to the Tom's Hardware forums. NCIX is pretty close though.

Youtube comments sections

I like how somone suggested the OP should be banned though...nice, if you can't argue with them, ban em

Oklahoma Wolf 06-23-2010 04:40 AM

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Originally Posted by jonnyGURU (Post 63318)
My favorite post was the one where the guy said that the single +12V rail made him feel like the PSU was more robust and better quality.

My favorite:

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Not to mention that post was in 2006. Hardly relevant to current technology.

HOOfan_1 06-23-2010 05:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf (Post 63324)
My favorite:

What about

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Whoever wrote the thread seems slightly misinformed about how things work.
I'd like to see his credentials

jonnyGURU 06-23-2010 05:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf (Post 63324)
My favorite:

Yes. I saw that and chuckled too. The way components are powered within a PC has changed so much in 4 years.....

I WISH!

Still waiting for an all +12V home PC...

MrWicked1968 06-23-2010 05:42 AM

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Originally Posted by HOOfan_1 (Post 63325)
What about



I'd like to see his credentials

read DaleF's reviews, clearly he is in a league all to himself and we are but mere luddites when it comes to PSU's.

http://www.ncix.com/products/?mode=myreview&id=1093999

scroll down to review #5

deimos3428 06-23-2010 06:31 AM

My favorite post was the guy that doesn't think PSUs are hardware. (I'm dearly anticipating software-based PSUs...but only if they run on Linux.)


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First of all, the OCP isn't there to protect the hardware. It is there to protect the power supply and most importantly the wires in the event of an overload or short circuit, which could otherwise lead to a fire.

Smoothie 06-23-2010 12:52 PM

Oh man, too bad Linus closed that thread...It was just starting to get even more funnier.

Redbeard 06-23-2010 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by HOOfan_1 (Post 63323)
Youtube comments sections

Your ideas intrigue me and I would like to subscribe to your newsletter.

Smoothie 06-23-2010 02:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Redbeard (Post 63335)
Your ideas intrigue me and I would like to subscribe to your newsletter.

Lol, isn't that from the Simpsons?


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