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  1. Thread: Now hiring!

    by Jon Gerow
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    Yeah.

    Yeah.
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    It's definitely Andyson. But who knows how it's...

    It's definitely Andyson. But who knows how it's actually built inside.

    What really bugs me about it is the lack of 80 PLUS. Sure, it has a logo on the PSU. But where's the report? And it's not...
  3. Thread: Now hiring!

    by Jon Gerow
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    It's the scraps. The left overs that nobody else...

    It's the scraps. The left overs that nobody else wants to do. :D
  4. Thread: Now hiring!

    by Jon Gerow
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    Now hiring!

    https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CORSAIRMEMORY&cws=37&rid=5460
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    Yeah. It is weird and it isn't press release...

    Yeah. It is weird and it isn't press release worthy.
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    Context? Not sure what you're asking for. ...

    Context?

    Not sure what you're asking for.

    You mean like http://orionpsudb.com/?
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    "Go Advanced" when you reply.

    "Go Advanced" when you reply.
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    Don't worry about the difference of the two. The...

    Don't worry about the difference of the two. The performance is the same.
  9. The problem is, people that buy mining hardware...

    The problem is, people that buy mining hardware are trying to get away with the cheapest garbage possible.

    Just take a look at "mining PSU" on eBay and see all the garbage that's out there. Then...
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    Corsair RM650x. Or RM650i if you want to tweak...

    Corsair RM650x.

    Or RM650i if you want to tweak the fan profile and have a better fan.
  11. ..or Delta.

    ..or Delta.
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    ITX mobo in mATX case. EPS12V should be long...

    ITX mobo in mATX case. EPS12V should be long enough.
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    Should be enough.

    Should be enough.
  14. To prevent voltages from dropping due to the...

    To prevent voltages from dropping due to the resistance created by smaller gauge wire.
  15. Assuming the problem is corrosion.....

    Assuming the problem is corrosion.....
  16. You asking me? 99% of the time I see it, it's...

    You asking me?

    99% of the time I see it, it's the connector at the end of the PSU cable (either end).
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    It's too difficult to go through the original...

    It's too difficult to go through the original post and update all of the photos since they're not in order on my drive. So I'll just attach them all here.....

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    According to Tazz, they're no longer on the...

    According to Tazz, they're no longer on the server. I'll try to dig them up and re-upload them.
  23. As I've said time and time again... the PINS are...

    As I've said time and time again... the PINS are the weak point.

    Connectors are not melting because the wire gauge isn't large enough. Connectors are melting because the PINS are getting hot and...
  24. That's not how you define the "tier" of a...

    That's not how you define the "tier" of a company.

    I will say that if they really do have so much of the process automated as shown in the video, that puts them up with tier 1's like Great Wall...
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    You're talking about failure of the switch on the...

    You're talking about failure of the switch on the PSU itself.

    Using another means to kill power to the PSU doesn't prevent the inrush.
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