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  1. Any way you can test with another power supply?

    Any way you can test with another power supply?
  2. He seems to be talking about the Haswell voltage...

    He seems to be talking about the Haswell voltage and speed
  3. A fascinating analysis; are we to conclude from...

    A fascinating analysis; are we to conclude from this that the chip was run at a lower core voltage and speed to reduce power consumption to accommodate the power supply?
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    Is that free update still running?

    Is that free update still running?
  5. Linux?

    Linux?
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    If you don't like Windows 10, how about Linux?

    If you don't like Windows 10, how about Linux?
  7. We taking about the APFC circuit here?

    We taking about the APFC circuit here?
  8. Probably not Nichicon How might shorts after...

    Probably not Nichicon

    How might shorts after the cap cause it to explode?
  9. In theory this has a maximum holdup time of 54...

    In theory this has a maximum holdup time of 54 ms, so in practice should be able to meet the 16 ms requirement.
  10. Surrounding a capacitor with heatsinks is not the...

    Surrounding a capacitor with heatsinks is not the wisest of designs
  11. I thought that might be changing with APFC and...

    I thought that might be changing with APFC and rectangular wave UPS units.
  12. Does your friend have a voltmeter? if so he can...

    Does your friend have a voltmeter? if so he can check the cables himself.
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    The 12V from a PC power supply is not enough to...

    The 12V from a PC power supply is not enough to charge a 12V lead acid battery.
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    How right you guys are ...

    How right you guys are

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overclocking

    "Increasing the operation frequency of a component will usually increase its thermal output in a linear fashion, while an...
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    As I understand it the power goes in proportion...

    As I understand it the power goes in proportion to the clocking frequency, but in the case of a CPU does anyone know if there is a simple relation between the core voltage and power dissipated?
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    Mining is 24/7, gaming is not.

    Mining is 24/7, gaming is not.
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    The Mask is probably right, but I feel like a bit...

    The Mask is probably right, but I feel like a bit of fun and my bet is on the hard drive.
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    In my opinion a few more things are in order...

    In my opinion a few more things are in order before conjecturing the power supply

    You might want to try running with the hard drives disconnected, especially the one that keeps dropping out;
    also...
  19. So I guess this is due to voltage drop in the...

    So I guess this is due to voltage drop in the cable itself.
  20. In this case I guess one could move this...

    In this case I guess one could move this capacitor into the supply itself, but after the OPP detection.
  21. Could that cable capacitor have been moved inside...

    Could that cable capacitor have been moved inside by Seasonic for the same effect?


    Two thoughts come to mind, both relating to high frequency ripple

    * sometimes a small capacitor is run in...
  22. My Radeon HD 4550 was made by ATI before AMD...

    My Radeon HD 4550 was made by ATI before AMD bought them out; still works fine under Windows 10. Display driver is 8.970.100.9001 which came with Windows 10 (Driver date 1/13/2015)

    The AMD site...
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    "Invalid Attachment specified." An ongoing...

    "Invalid Attachment specified."

    An ongoing problem with the site I believe.
  24. Thread: Alt+F4

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    Are these screen printed?

    Are these screen printed?
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    Many supplies draw air from inside the PC case...

    Many supplies draw air from inside the PC case and so you might want a supply rated for 50C


    * GROUP REGULATED
    One can generate 12, 5, 3.3V all at once, but then one only gets to regulate one...
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