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  2. 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
  3. That is a great question that I have never...

    That is a great question that I have never thought about. :D
  4. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. https://passive-components.eu/leakage-current-char...

    https://passive-components.eu/leakage-current-characteristics-of-capacitors/
  10. 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.
  13. This is a seven month old thread.

    This is a seven month old thread.
  14. It is if you don't know what you're doing. :D :D...

    It is if you don't know what you're doing. :D :D :D
  15. It's because they're taking the MISTAKE I made...

    It's because they're taking the MISTAKE I made with TX-M and turned it into a "feature".

    There's so much air leakage, they're losing a lot of air back into the system.

    The intake grill is...
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    Pair of wire cutters does the same thing.

    Pair of wire cutters does the same thing.
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    That's a very vague statement. Intel is a brand...

    That's a very vague statement. Intel is a brand of CPU with many models of different performance levels.

    An i5 8600K is the closest to the performance of a Ryzen 5 2600 and it costs twice as...
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    No. He's talking about enterprise drives with...

    No. He's talking about enterprise drives with PWDIS.

    It's a stupid design.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/hdd-sata-power-disable-feature,36146.html
  19. I'm only familiar with water blocks for 2080 Ti. ...

    I'm only familiar with water blocks for 2080 Ti. Not AIO's.

    If you want air cooling:

    https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/ax4.html
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    Because nobody is using enterprise drives in...

    Because nobody is using enterprise drives in their DIY PC. And enterprise servers shouldn't be using ATX power supplies.
  21. Well, obviously fanless is going to be the lowest...

    Well, obviously fanless is going to be the lowest noise possible.
  22. He's asking if you have options other than the...

    He's asking if you have options other than the two Seasonics.
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    If it has the RU logo, that means it's UL listed...

    If it has the RU logo, that means it's UL listed and meets certain flammability standards. But that does NOT mean it won't melt. Depending on the plastic used, it can still melt and not burn and...
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    Absolutely. Different plastics have different...

    Absolutely. Different plastics have different melting points. Take PA6 vs. PA12. Both are used for connectors.



    Not required for internal DC connectors.

    Most ARE NOT certified.
  25. Any server that's going to use M.2 technology is...

    Any server that's going to use M.2 technology is not going to use M.2 slots. They're going to use PCIe NVMe cards.

    Of course, if you did want to use multiple M.2 slot SSDs, you could always get...
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