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  1. Nope. There are plenty of single +12V rail...

    Nope.

    There are plenty of single +12V rail designs that have the +12V output to multiple spots on a PCB and then to their output and that's still considered a single +12V rail.

    Especially with...
  2. I'm sure it's fine. Sometimes when we're...

    I'm sure it's fine. Sometimes when we're designing a PSU and come to the point in EVT where we do the thermal reports, there might be one part that's too close to spec. Instead of adding or...
  3. I guess they figure the heat from one will...

    I guess they figure the heat from one will transfer around the package of the other?
  4. Traces in a PCB carries power just like wires do.

    Traces in a PCB carries power just like wires do.
  5. You do realize what website this is? ;) Or...

    You do realize what website this is? ;)

    Or are you prepping your account to Spam the forums with a bunch of iMac ads?
  6. Derrrrrrrrp!!! Told you!

    Derrrrrrrrp!!! Told you!
  7. Well, let's just say some controllers are smarter...

    Well, let's just say some controllers are smarter than others.

    Corsair, for example, doesn't only rely on internal temperatures, but also load. This data is given to an MCU that has a programmed...
  8. You're talking to some weird people that like to...

    You're talking to some weird people that like to double speak and generalize. :D

    Like the whole "LLC is less reliable" thing.

    True that a cheaper single +12V rail PSU may not have OCP and rely...
  9. Are you even having shut down issues now?

    Are you even having shut down issues now?
  10. You might want to rephrase the question. If...

    You might want to rephrase the question.

    If you have a single +12V output that outputs to multiple circuits, how are you going to differentiate that as a "multiple rail PSU" if each circuit...
  11. Almost any quality PSU is going to have a...

    Almost any quality PSU is going to have a thermostatically controlled fan. This is not uncommon.
  12. Yeah. I will say that I know this platform and...

    Yeah. I will say that I know this platform and it's good. But ID plats a big part of things.
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    As Tator Tot said: LLC is used in everything. ...

    As Tator Tot said: LLC is used in everything.

    These "some" people you are talking to are talking at a very high level. Similar to saying "the grass is brown because it is not green" instead of...
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  15. Check out what happened to this guy: ...

    Check out what happened to this guy: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/26803/have-i-cooked-my-caps
  16. That is a great question that I have never...

    That is a great question that I have never thought about. :D
  17. Sticky: Why are you responding to old posts with...

    Why are you responding to old posts with non-nonsensical gibberish?
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    Sticky: You're responding to an 11 year old post?

    You're responding to an 11 year old post?
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    PC Part Picker is a great way to assemble your PC...

    PC Part Picker is a great way to assemble your PC and not run into compatibility issues.

    I've already lost trust for "logg hardstore" in your link because they want to pair a group regulated CX-M...
  20. Leakage current of a capacitor is not in direct...

    Leakage current of a capacitor is not in direct proportion to the leak current measured of a power supply. Don't confuse the two.

    And yes, there has to be bleeder resistors in order to meet most...
  21. Reviewer's don't look at it because it's a...

    Reviewer's don't look at it because it's a footnote spec in the data sheet.

    Heck... reviewers don't even do the cap life calculation to see if the caps are even suitable for the application. They...
  22. https://passive-components.eu/leakage-current-char...

    https://passive-components.eu/leakage-current-characteristics-of-capacitors/
  23. Umm.. Yeah. You kind of what as little as...

    Umm.. Yeah.

    You kind of what as little as possible.
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    Depends on what's used to control them. Also,...

    Depends on what's used to control them.

    Also, some cheap fans will have a spot in the RPM where it will resonate. Like when your car's front left wheel vibrates at 80, but not 78 or 82.
    ...
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    This is a seven month old thread. If you are...

    This is a seven month old thread.

    If you are in a similar situation, please start a new thread.
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