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    I have a shroud in my case to, dosnt seem good to...

    I have a shroud in my case to, dosnt seem good to have the psu sucking in air from gpu and cpu especially if your psu is borderline large enough or its not great quality, the fans will have to ramp...
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    Ive only had one psu fail that ive worked on, a...

    Ive only had one psu fail that ive worked on, a super cheap one in a friends prebuilt years ago I tried to put a gtx 650 in it and as soon as I powered it on the pci 6 pin wires went up in smoke,...
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    makes sense, its about large fluctuations not...

    makes sense, its about large fluctuations not being too cold.
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    How important is a heatsink on a bridge...

    How important is a heatsink on a bridge rectifier, whatever that means. And I would would assume different caps are used in higher quality psus which is why they have longer warranty's, that's...
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    I've always wondered how people who water cool...

    I've always wondered how people who water cool there gpu cores keep the vram cool or people who water cool cpu and gpu keep drives and motherboard cool, with no fans. Water-cooling just dosnt seem...
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    Makes sense, I assumed each individual psu was...

    Makes sense, I assumed each individual psu was hooked up to a machine that gave out it's numbers and score. Then all the good ones became gold and the working rejects were binned as bronze or white....
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    PSU binning a thing?

    I recently saw the review on this site for the evga w1, in the review it said it was the same as the bronze evga unit except it was missing a heatsink. This makes me wonder if hec or whatever makes a...
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