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  1. If it makes you feel a little better about your...

    If it makes you feel a little better about your purchase, the ST45SF V1 is a relatively stable product for us with good reliability and low returns. Keep in mind though, the beQuiet version has 50W...
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    Here is a list of bearing names from fan...

    Here is a list of bearing names from fan manufacturers for their upgraded sleeve bearing fans:

    Hydraulic Bearing AVC

    Hypro Bearing ADDA

    Rifle Bearing Magic (Protechnic)

    Magnetic...
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    Here is an old video from a mostly automated...

    Here is an old video from a mostly automated factory:
    https://youtu.be/qLNUwcz-Bt4
  4. The thread that you were looking for was probably...

    The thread that you were looking for was probably this one:
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?15699-PSA-About-103-units-of-SF600-got-out-with-the-wrong-capacitor&p=148857
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    Sorry for being late to the party here, but...

    Sorry for being late to the party here, but surprised no one mentioned SilverStone as we were the main driver in popularizing retail SFX PSUs and have the most models with 12 at the moment!
  6. You can check for yourself on Owltech's website...

    You can check for yourself on Owltech's website to see if the model you are looking at really exist.
    https://www.owltech.co.jp/product-cat/fsp

    Some brands will work with local distributors to...
  7. We are always building systems to test and design...

    We are always building systems to test and design cases. Often times in the process of building them, we come to realize a lot of these accessories/parts can be improved, especially for small form...
  8. Without a GPU, even a 300W PSU with sufficient...

    Without a GPU, even a 300W PSU with sufficient minor rail capacity is plenty for your system. For NAS duty, our ST30SF V1.0 is a good fit for you too. For extra SATA connections, you can also get our...
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    You'll probably have to pay attention to your...

    You'll probably have to pay attention to your drive's +5V power draw against that of your PSU's +5V rating. From my experience, you'd want at least 18A+ on that rail to account for a system with...
  10. A couple of our SFX 300W and 450W have 90W...

    A couple of our SFX 300W and 450W have 90W combined on the minor rails and they sometimes couldn't power 8 high capacity drives simultaneously during boot up through our custom backplane (that...
  11. With more SFX PSUs like these, cases such as our...

    With more SFX PSUs like these, cases such as our upcoming CS381 Micro-ATX case could benefit from having more choices for the users. Unlike other Micro-ATX cases on the market now that can fit ATX...
  12. Don't think Corsair would have bothered designing...

    Don't think Corsair would have bothered designing the manual if it wasn't ready.

    With the release of this PSU, we are getting close to 1000W per liter in power density for a fully modular consumer...
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    If you ever need to work on another system like...

    If you ever need to work on another system like that again, you can consider using our Mammoth MM01 case too.
  14. Welcome to the party!

    Welcome to the party!
  15. Not surprised, they use 18AWG wires for 24pin /...

    Not surprised, they use 18AWG wires for 24pin / EPS / PCIe cables and 26AWG wires for 4pin peripheral / Molex / SATA cables:...
  16. Going back on topic a little. The original OP...

    Going back on topic a little. The original OP asks if adding extension cable will degrade performance. We all agree that the answer is yes, but how much of that degradation affects real world usage...
  17. We were involved with that FSP unit too with our...

    We were involved with that FSP unit too with our own ST40NF several years back.

    The problem for us was that all fanless or quiet PSUs, no matter how much tuning we do, will inevitably encounter a...
  18. Here is another review that came out around the...

    Here is another review that came out around the same time:
    https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018/09/19/silverstone_nj450_450w_fanless_power_supply_review/

    Now waiting for Jeremy to finish with his...
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    Maybe from a Corsair fanboi? :p Kidding aside,...

    Maybe from a Corsair fanboi? :p

    Kidding aside, ST45SF-G isn't anywhere near 45dBA even at 450W full load. At 350W, it's should be around 38dBA.



    Good idea, will ask Aris to add that into...
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    I think there's a misunderstanding. The ST45SF V3...

    I think there's a misunderstanding. The ST45SF V3 recommended earlier is a different power supply from the ST45SF-G. It goes up to about 37dBA at around 360W according to Cybenetics.

    But good to...
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    Do you have to have modular cables? If not, you...

    Do you have to have modular cables? If not, you can also look for our ST45SF V3, which is reasonably quiet as well and should cost quite a bit less than those 600W+ options.
  22. As mentioned in the previous post, test results...

    As mentioned in the previous post, test results from Cybenetics show how SF600 Platinum performed, so that's where we see it can remain fanless up to about 180W.

    I can't speak for Corsair, but...
  23. The SX700-PT isn't coming out anytime soon. So...

    The SX700-PT isn't coming out anytime soon. So SF600 is probably still your only choice right now if you want a standard SFX PSU with the highest threshold of fan off operation. Though Cybenetics is...
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    There are coatings that can supposedly help...

    There are coatings that can supposedly help absorb heat better, so some heatsinks use them. I don't think the light blue coating you saw on power supplies does anything other than appeal to certain...
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    There is more to sound pressure level when it...

    There is more to sound pressure level when it comes to perceivable noise. While it is possible for an 80mm fan to produce lower dB than larger fans in optimized layout. The higher frequency noise it...
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