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  1. You're welcome. :) But the PSU probably needs to...

    You're welcome. :) But the PSU probably needs to be send to Sander Computers GmbH, a distribution center in Germany.
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    https://www.eteknix.com/rosewill-capstone-1000w-80...

    https://www.eteknix.com/rosewill-capstone-1000w-80-plus-gold-power-supply-review/2

    If this is the one you have, then it's a good one for 80 euro.
  3. Specs?

    Specs?
  4. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/xpg-core-reac...

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/xpg-core-reactor-750w-power-supply-review/
    Review of the 750W version.
  5. Same, it's like my IP address is blocked by the...

    Same, it's like my IP address is blocked by the server and doesn't allows any reply back.
  6. I'm still having issues to visit this site, after...

    I'm still having issues to visit this site, after this topic yesterday. Only possible through the mobile connection, not through the land line. I'm getting a time-out otherwise.
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    It is/was global, it just doesn't happen in Aris...

    It is/was global, it just doesn't happen in Aris his tests. Even if he tests a lot, it's far from everything. He simply can't test everything. Also transient spikes can be much heavier than Aris his...
  8. What difference would it make to put the OCP...

    What difference would it make to put the OCP trigger point on the label instead of a random number? Even if it can be a couple of amps more or less, it's still better than a random number in my...
  9. AFAIK is Corsair the only one that names the...

    AFAIK is Corsair the only one that names the tripping point of their multi rail PSU's. Others with a multi rail PSU, just seem to use a random number.
  10. Looks promising. But there is no way you can have...

    Looks promising. But there is no way you can have a 1600W PSU with four ~45A rails. That's just impossible to work with in a PC.
  11. Yes, the internal temp of a cap increases with...

    Yes, the internal temp of a cap increases with more ripple, but that isn't what you were talking about. You said that 12V ripple was increasing every components temperature, even your 5V USB drive.
    ...
  12. No, of course not. It's not that we don't...

    No, of course not.



    It's not that we don't believe that you have the power supplies. It's your conclusions that don't make sense. I bought a CM MWE Bronze V2 also last week by the way.
  13. Not at all. OK but this can't be a PSU problem....

    Not at all.
    OK but this can't be a PSU problem.

    Bad airflow? PSU as a take-out fan? But your new PSU is a lot more silent and has a lot less airflow, so internal temps are rising.


    HW...
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    If you have your own numbers then could you tell...

    If you have your own numbers then could you tell us the difference between for example a be quiet! Straight Power 11 with 5 years warranty and Corsair RMx with 10 years warranty.
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    No it isn't. Otherwise ask Philipus, he works for...

    No it isn't. Otherwise ask Philipus, he works for a large distribution center.
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    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?169...

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?16930-Abkoncore-Tenergy-Gold-850W-Review-HardwareLUXX-(Andyson-s-take-on-Seasonic-Focus)
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    Warranty simply has nothing to do with quality,...

    Warranty simply has nothing to do with quality, there is no correlation.
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    Sure they make a logical decision about the...

    Sure they make a logical decision about the selling price, they should be able to carry the warranty. But we don't get to see those numbers. We only get the bull shit MTBF number. ;)
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    No, it's not, just look at some more power...

    No, it's not, just look at some more power supplies.

    Every Corsair PSU has a MTBF of 100.000 hours, even the VS series.

    With Seasonic they just give the Prime 150.000 hours and everything else...
  20. Availability is really bad. But December last...

    Availability is really bad. But December last year the 650W version was available here for 97 euro including 21% VAT in one store. Now it's 109 euro and still available in that one store only. For 97...
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    Because only people with a bad experience write a...

    Because only people with a bad experience write a review or people that are asked because they get something in return. That's how it works most of the time. It's also one of the reasons that some...
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    I would keep your current power supply. ...

    I would keep your current power supply.

    @And_corp the last place for reviews you should look at is Newegg or Amazon.
  23. XPG Core Reactor 850W review @ Tomshardware

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/xpg-core-reactor-850w-power-supply-review
  24. Already tried to just use a 6 pins PEG connector?...

    Already tried to just use a 6 pins PEG connector? By far the most safe option.

    Which PSU is it exactly by the way?
  25. Yes the CX550 is enough for that PC. The MWE...

    Yes the CX550 is enough for that PC.

    The MWE Bronze 550W is a lot worse then the CX550, it's also EOL and replaced with a better V2 version.
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