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    It's the metal used.

    It's the metal used.
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    You're replying to a Spambot again. The whole...

    You're replying to a Spambot again.

    The whole post was a copy and paste from the PC World article.
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    Never seen that. If you buy a wire gauge tool,...

    Never seen that.

    If you buy a wire gauge tool, it doesn't have two sets of gauges for solid and stranded. It has one.

    But the I read this: "The AWG of a stranded wire is determined by the...
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    18g is 18g. 1.02mm diameter. If stranded wire's...

    18g is 18g. 1.02mm diameter. If stranded wire's diameter is increased to make up for density differences, it's no longer 18g. If it's solid 18g it's going to be more conductive than stranded...
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    I think you mean't "18g" in the last sentence. ...

    I think you mean't "18g" in the last sentence.

    And the answer is no. Not at high loads. Not if you understand Ohm's law.

    I mean... a 1 to 1 cable can get away with 18g. But not with the...
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    16g to the first connector. 18g on the pigtail.

    16g to the first connector. 18g on the pigtail.
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    Hyper critical, as usual. ;)

    Hyper critical, as usual. ;)
  8. That's concerning. What gauge wire are they...

    That's concerning. What gauge wire are they using?
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    Then how do they know there won't be any customer...

    Then how do they know there won't be any customer complaints?
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    They only warranty their builds for one year at...

    They only warranty their builds for one year at the most, right?
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    Which is why you should spend more than 30 on a...

    Which is why you should spend more than 30 on a PSU.
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    I could just put it up on my Youtube channel or...

    I could just put it up on my Youtube channel or jongerow.com. :D
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    So you're saying I should go out and buy one.......

    So you're saying I should go out and buy one.... FOR SCIENCE!
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    How do you know? Did you load it up to 600W?

    How do you know? Did you load it up to 600W?
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    Well... for all we know, it's a 450W PSU. :D

    Well... for all we know, it's a 450W PSU. :D
  16. They did. Click on the PCPartPicker link.

    They did. Click on the PCPartPicker link.
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    Just as an FYI: This is only true on a very high...

    Just as an FYI: This is only true on a very high level. The Magnuson-Moss act applies to users that should be allowed to upgrade RAM, upgrade CPU, swap out a fan, etc. If they have to "dig in" and...
  18. High Power is not the only one working on...

    High Power is not the only one working on ATX12VO, you know.

    Remember? Even FSP showed off their say Computex last year.
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    Pretty sure we already had this conversation, and...

    Pretty sure we already had this conversation, and the answer is "yes".
  20. God.. I haven't used one of those in a decade. :D

    God.. I haven't used one of those in a decade. :D
  21. I only use a laptop if I absolutely have to......

    I only use a laptop if I absolutely have to... and even then it's with a mouse.

    I don't see how people are productive with phones either. I could not do my emails on just a phone. No way.
  22. I don't feel like running down the whole BOM. ...

    I don't feel like running down the whole BOM. LOL!
  23. Yes. But that's just the fan bearing and says...

    Yes. But that's just the fan bearing and says nothing about the fan blade design, the fan driver IC or the fan controller. Just the bearing.
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    "(Green)" doesn't matter with the 750W. People...

    "(Green)" doesn't matter with the 750W. People use "Green" to scare CX-M users because the lower wattage were group regulated. The 750W always used DC to DC and had a full 62A (744W) on the +12V. ...
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    Marblebron? Where did THAT name come from?!?!

    Marblebron?

    Where did THAT name come from?!?!
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