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    You should probably make website where you buy...

    You should probably make website where you buy power supplies, throw them on the load tester, and then publish the results.
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    Well it's a console so the warranty period is...

    Well it's a console so the warranty period is basically worthless as it essentially only covers SID or DOA cases as it's only 2 years long.



    Warranty Void stickers are not applicable or...
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    There's nothing permanent about it. It's also...

    There's nothing permanent about it. It's also totally serviceable by any halfway tech-literate user.
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    Just a point of reference but Sony did confirm...

    Just a point of reference but Sony did confirm the use of Liquid Metal for cooling on the PS5's SOC.
  5. Thread: TechPowerUp

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    I'd say that at least in the US, HEC has a bad...

    I'd say that at least in the US, HEC has a bad reputation. Probably from the number of Zephyr units they sold way back in the day that generally died early in life and ran loud.
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    What CPU do you have? The game is definitely...

    What CPU do you have?
    The game is definitely CPU heavy; partly due to engine optimization issues / porting issues, but also due to a heavy world simulation and lots of particle physics going on.
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    Seems to be just ignorant. Honestly I've had this...

    Seems to be just ignorant. Honestly I've had this exact conversation with folks while they're standing in the middle of a best buy before.

    Usually they go for the cheapest relatively high wattage...
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    No good reviews of the VTE units right now, but...

    No good reviews of the VTE units right now, but there are internal pictures of the 500w here, 600w looks to be the same.
  9. Thread: TechPowerUp

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    In the case of forums, the size of the group is a...

    In the case of forums, the size of the group is a detriment as you end up having multiple "leaders" who are all vying for top credibility while in smaller groups you generally find very few "leaders"...
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    These forums have may 50 really active users with...

    These forums have may 50 really active users with only a few hundred guests at a time while a place like TechPowerUp has probably around 200 really active with over 10k guests constantly on the site....
  11. Use two 8pins.

    Use two 8pins.
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    RM750 and RM750x are relatively the same so...

    RM750 and RM750x are relatively the same so whichever is cheaper is a better value.
  13. Last thing I remember was that EVGA unit, the NEX...

    Last thing I remember was that EVGA unit, the NEX 1500w. I don't think they've done anything consumer side after that.
  14. So what about Etasis?

    So what about Etasis?
  15. All it makes me think of is this nonsense from...

    All it makes me think of is this nonsense from the past

    https://i.imgur.com/6X13WEf.jpg
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    Silverstone Strider Plus...

    Silverstone Strider Plus or Zalman HP-Plus, both based on the Enhance EPS-12xx design.
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    You can get Silverstone Strider Titanium units on...

    You can get Silverstone Strider Titanium units on Amazon right now. 600w ($152), 700w ($155), & 800w ($173) or the SFX-L 800w ($186); these are all probably your cheapest options if Efficiency is the...
  18. QUIT RUINING THE DRAMA JON! YOU'RE BREAKING...

    QUIT RUINING THE DRAMA JON! YOU'RE BREAKING KAYFABE!

    Seriously though, I don't see why everyone is so hell bent on Intel or Nvidia breaking two decades of compatibility.
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    Still better than the competition; just in...

    Still better than the competition; just in regards to the fan. Most (if not all) of these budget RGB PSUs are just push-button color cycle RGB instead of ARGB with any kind of software control.
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    Safe to assume that it's just RGB and not ARGB as...

    Safe to assume that it's just RGB and not ARGB as well as not being able to be controlled by motherboards or iCue?
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    Whelp, that's it boys. We can finally shill for...

    Whelp, that's it boys. We can finally shill for Corsair again!
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    What's that removable hexagon section?

    What's that removable hexagon section?
  23. Arctic still makes temperature controlled fans....

    Arctic still makes temperature controlled fans. F12 TC and F14 TC. The thermistor is located on a separate cable coming from the hub, but it's calibrated for 30-40C so if you attach it to anything...
  24. I know I remember a ton of folders having issues...

    I know I remember a ton of folders having issues with OCZ ModXStream and FSP Epsilon units.
  25. Thread: Fan bearing

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    Not entirely true. Someone came to market with...

    Not entirely true. Someone came to market with some ceramic bearings a few years ago under a custom name. I'll see if I still have the documents saved somewhere but I remember them flopping pretty...
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