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    Correct.

    Correct.
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    I immediately switch to "desktop site" whenever I...

    I immediately switch to "desktop site" whenever I view these forums on my phone. The mobile site is all messed up.
  3. Seperated? No. That's what makes them "single...

    Seperated? No. That's what makes them "single rail".

    But a good PSU will still have a single OCP on the +12V.
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    Just looked at a Hong Hua data sheet. F is...

    Just looked at a Hong Hua data sheet.

    F is FDB. S is either Sleeve or Rifle. Typically Rifle as they stopped doing sleeve about three years ago.
  5. OPP isn't measuring AC current from the wall. ...

    OPP isn't measuring AC current from the wall. It's built into the PWM controller,
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    The pins on the PSU itself can be different. ...

    The pins on the PSU itself can be different. Nobody is telling you to plug directly into the PSU. Use a Molex cable and use the +5V and ground on that Molex connector. That's it. That's all. Not...
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    The Seasonic fan is thermostatically controlled. ...

    The Seasonic fan is thermostatically controlled. Not controlled by load.

    So even if you're > 225W, if the temps are low, the fan still will not spin.
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    Ok. Guess I was confused myself. Hard to keep...

    Ok. Guess I was confused myself. Hard to keep track.

    All I know is what's in the Corsair fans.
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    Sure seems like it, right?

    Sure seems like it, right?
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    Sleeve and rifle use the same part number. FDB...

    Sleeve and rifle use the same part number. FDB is a different part number (F instead of S).
  11. OPP in single rail PSUs replace 12V OCP

    OPP in single rail PSUs replace 12V OCP
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    Ok. The way you stated it originally, I thought...

    Ok. The way you stated it originally, I thought you were only using the PSU for the RGB lighting strip. Not that this was already in a running PC.

    So, the wires are all black on your cables, but...
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    That is a Molex. The PSU has modular cables...

    That is a Molex.

    The PSU has modular cables that go from the 6-pin to Molex.

    Do you not have the cables that came with the PSU?

    Why are you using an expensive, high wattage PSU for this...
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    They're probably the rifled bearing.

    They're probably the rifled bearing.
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    This is only a temporary solution, right? To...

    This is only a temporary solution, right? To test the RGB strips?
  16. Yes

    Yes
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    Nope. I'm looking at the PRD right now from...

    Nope.

    I'm looking at the PRD right now from 8/31/2012:

    11.1 MTBF
    Calculated (25 degree Celsius, 80% load, 120Vac, 60Hz)
    >100,000 hours Mil-HDBK-217F
    >150,000 hours Telcordia

    Reviewer's...
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    You have that backwards. They make LESS margin...

    You have that backwards.

    They make LESS margin on the lower wattages from the same series. That's why they want you to buy higher wattages. Because manufacturing computer components isn't a...
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    I've been told he does this with every component,...

    I've been told he does this with every component, in every forum.

    I'm locking this thread now.
  20. Because those PSUs came out a long time ago,...

    Because those PSUs came out a long time ago, before they had the idea to add the sense pins to improve voltage regulation.



    Whoever put that idea in your head is more confused then you, my...
  21. Yeah... as usual, the comments section is comedy...

    Yeah... as usual, the comments section is comedy gold (although the comedians don't actually know we're laughing at them).
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    A lot code is typically part of the serial...

    A lot code is typically part of the serial number.

    For example: The first four digits of a Corsair S/N is the year and week the PSU was manufactured.
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    Yep. You have to not make as much margin on the...

    Yep. You have to not make as much margin on the lower wattage product, or over inflate the price of the higher wattage product to create that $10 MSRP delta. But eventually, you start seeing the...
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    That's because it doesn't cost any less to build...

    That's because it doesn't cost any less to build a smaller PSU these days.

    Case and point, the actual cost of materials to make an RM750 vs. an RM650 is less than $1.
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    The Corsair RM (non X, non I) is made to meet the...

    The Corsair RM (non X, non I) is made to meet the low load efficiency requirements of the CEC (California Energy Commission).
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