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    The problem is that the IC present on the board...

    The problem is that the IC present on the board for taking the measurements is in no way accurate, nor is it located anywhere near the power source. Generally it's located across the board somewhere...
  2. You've got 41A on that 12v rail, you should be...

    You've got 41A on that 12v rail, you should be fine assuming the unit is still functioning properly.
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    Software voltage readings are never to be...

    Software voltage readings are never to be trusted. They are almost never accurate.

    If you have a DMM you could probe the cables to check the line voltages.
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    They've been selling direct to consumer for over...

    They've been selling direct to consumer for over 15 years though. It's not really an excuse at this point.
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    Why did you move away from the Corsair fan this...

    Why did you move away from the Corsair fan this time?
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    Active Clamp Reset Forward.

    Active Clamp Reset Forward.
  7. Thread: 115F ambient

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    Whoa man, those are fighting words!

    Whoa man, those are fighting words!
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    CM690 from '07 had a bottom mounted PSU with a...

    CM690 from '07 had a bottom mounted PSU with a floor intake. The Cooler Master HAF 932, CM590, Cosmos, Cosmos S, NZXT Tempest, Silverstone TJ08, Lian-Li PC-V1010 all had bottom intakes in 2008. ...
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    What's the derate on the VS series? I know...

    What's the derate on the VS series? I know they're 30C/24-7, but I don't think their curve has been mentioned before.
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    Corsair AX1000 Review @ TechPowerUP

    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/AX1000/

    So Jon, how come the fan is a standard Hong Hua affair instead of a Corsair model?
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    Professional cat herder.

    Professional cat herder.
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    Cooler Master MWE Gold 550w...

    Cooler Master MWE Gold 550w is only $70 shipped right now. It also comes with an additional $15 MIR if you care to send those in.
    There is also the Corsair TX550M for the same price, and comes...
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    400/500/600w units are the older models that...

    400/500/600w units are the older models that aren't actively being produced or marketed anymore. You can definitely find them on the shelves some places but the 450/550/650w models are what Corsair...
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    We both know they all buy it because it says 650w...

    We both know they all buy it because it says 650w on the box and the Corsair CX450 / 450M are all right around the same $45-50 price point.
  15. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001J4ZOAW/

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001J4ZOAW/
  16. A second strong recommendation for the DataVac;...

    A second strong recommendation for the DataVac; they're ~$30-50 USD but easily save in cost over buying compressed air. Likewise, they have plenty of attachments for getting into tight places and...
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    The royalty free release is supposed to allow...

    The royalty free release is supposed to allow anyone who signs the NDA to make a thunderbolt controller that's chipset agnostic but from everything I've heard and been told, Intel hasn't even...
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    It's down to Intel's licensing and how they've...

    It's down to Intel's licensing and how they've staggered their "royalty free" release of the Thunderbolt spec. We're still probably another year or two out from TB being on an add-on card as they...
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    That almost near jump to 900 RPM is pretty crazy...

    That almost near jump to 900 RPM is pretty crazy for that Power Logic fan. It should be able to ramp much smoother than their curve.
  20. Japan can get as low as 90v in some places. For a...

    Japan can get as low as 90v in some places. For a "First World" country, they have a really bad power grid outside of the major metros.
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    I know why it is, but it's still obnoxious. ...

    I know why it is, but it's still obnoxious.

    My word of advice; give people a PDF to download at least. The "web-page manuals" are god awful 90% of the time.
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    I mean... I don't know what I expected but it's...

    I mean... I don't know what I expected but it's still absurd. IT GOT DEM ARRR GEE BEEZ THO!
  23. There's been a few times that primary caps have...

    There's been a few times that primary caps have been the issue for PSU shutdown. It usually comes from regions with 110-115v mains that often suffer "minor" brownouts down to 100v.
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    This current trend in the DIY market of having no...

    This current trend in the DIY market of having no user manual is really obnoxious. I recently did a build for someone with an Arctic Cooling tower heatsink and it came with a little QR code to scan,...
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    It's for SFX designs that blow air front to back,...

    It's for SFX designs that blow air front to back, like 80mm fans in ATX power supplies.

    Most new SFX units coming out now are using 90-92mm fans, and SFX-L units are using 100-120mm fans.
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