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    G-Series came after the original X-Series,...

    G-Series came after the original X-Series, they're from 2012. G360 Review, G550 Review @ Hardware Secrets , TechPowerUP, & KitGuru, G650 Review, & G750 Review

    There was also a V2 of the line; 550w...
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    Many wattage calculators shoot high. Especially...

    Many wattage calculators shoot high. Especially the PC Part Picker one.
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    S12G / G Series S12G were the non-modular...

    S12G / G Series

    S12G were the non-modular units.

    When they're just sold by that partnumber they're usually OEM units with no cable sleeving and a grey case though.
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    Your two highest power draw components are going...

    Your two highest power draw components are going to be the CPU and GPU. If you're loading both at a true maximum you're looking at about 80w power draw for the CPU and 70-75w for the GPU depending on...
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    It would help if you listed stores you're...

    It would help if you listed stores you're shopping from and/or your country so we could look around for you. It's not always to flat-recommend a unit as in your country the price might be twice...
  6. From what I've been told, 3.3v originally was...

    From what I've been told, 3.3v originally was added in the SATA spec for laptop drives. I don't know if Laptop drives still use 3.3v anymore. I do know that some NAS drives used to need 3.3v for...
  7. 3.3v is used by RAM, some logic circuits, and...

    3.3v is used by RAM, some logic circuits, and PCI-e has it apart of their standard.
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    An 80+ Rating isn't an indication of quality....

    An 80+ Rating isn't an indication of quality. Unless you have a review of the A1's PSU, you can't really comment on it's quality.



    Silverstone used to bundle their 300w/450w Bronze FSP made...
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    Obviously brand does matter in this case and...

    Obviously brand does matter in this case and no-name chinese SFX case with PSU may not be worthwhile but most of the big brands have done well with their SFX pack in units.
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    SFX cases seem to be the noteable exceptions to...

    SFX cases seem to be the noteable exceptions to this. InWin also generally has a decent pack-in PSU when it's not a P-PFC unit and something that's 80+
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    I wouldn't trust any of those Amazon reviews as...

    I wouldn't trust any of those Amazon reviews as they don't really outline what the problem is besides "computer shut down when overclocked." Even the "Kernel Power 41" error doesn't necessarily...
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    R13 was a joke; but R20 is probably referring to...

    R13 was a joke; but R20 is probably referring to Cinebench R20. The previous release (R15) has been a staple of CPU performance testing for the last 5ish years. R20 should catch on in due time, but...
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    None of that is down to chipset, and completely...

    None of that is down to chipset, and completely down to the VRM design. All of the budget 8+2 VRM designs AsRock uses on their X570 boards are beaten in terms of electrical performance by existing...
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    You should really learn to form coherent...

    You should really learn to form coherent sentences.

    Either way, you're full of shit. All of the X470 boards that exist have VRM's sufficient for 6 core Ryzen 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Generation...
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    It's overall a decent unit, and a slight upgrade...

    It's overall a decent unit, and a slight upgrade over the Silverstone ST45SF v1.0 (PC Perspective Review).

    In your kind of system you shouldn't have much to worry about besides the noise output...
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    RMi has a better bearing (FDB vs Rifle) so the...

    RMi has a better bearing (FDB vs Rifle) so the fan should in theory last longer, otherwise yes the only difference between them is the iCue functionality.

    As for the fans themselves, it's just...
  17. Does Fractal have anyone on staff that's really...

    Does Fractal have anyone on staff that's really capable enough to get High Power in gear?
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    Price wise and noise output it's definitely competitive. Still somewhat disappointing to see that High Power can't really compete on the high end.
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    In the US, the water cooler is generally a spot...

    In the US, the water cooler is generally a spot in an office where you can get water and you end up chatting about things unrelated to work with coworkers.
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    Hell, we've had 3-4 system fan connectors on even...

    Hell, we've had 3-4 system fan connectors on even budget boards since the nForce 4 / Socket 939 days. Though most of those boards were very basic voltage based control, and not PWM that we have...
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    Corsair's current HXi units are better than their...

    Corsair's current HXi units are better than their AXi models.

    Like I said before, their are units equal to the Prime Ultra Titanium that I mentioned and the Corsair HXi line would be one. The...
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    It for sure is. IF you just want to go best...

    It for sure is.

    IF you just want to go best of the best with no real budget in mind then you could get the Seasonic Prime Ultra 650w, there are other cheaper options which will perform 98% as...
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    Corsair VS650 Review @ TPU

    https://www.techpowerup.com/review/corsair-vs650/
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    Since you're not in a huge hurry then I would say...

    Since you're not in a huge hurry then I would say either wait and see what is available when you're looking to upgrade or check r/BuildAPCSales, as you can then snag a better unit for a good price. ...
  25. I'll be fair, I forgot about the GM Series...

    I'll be fair, I forgot about the GM Series existed but here in the US it came and went pretty damn quick. Not sure about EU stock.
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