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    1cm too big for what?

    1cm too big for what?
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    Ultimately, warranty is with the manufacturer. ...

    Ultimately, warranty is with the manufacturer. Not the seller. That said, Turkey had adopted the EU consumer protection directives back in 2009 which means the seller must support the warranty of...
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    Actually, China has been able to produce...

    Actually, China has been able to produce precision ball bearings down to 2.3mm as far back as 2016.
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    Umm... I challenge that comment. ;)

    Umm... I challenge that comment. ;)
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    Local file linked. Yeah. I have a lot of...

    Local file linked.

    Yeah. I have a lot of issues with a lot of cooling stuff. Different teams at Corsair seem to work in a vacuum. Fortunately, the current cooling PM used to be the PSU PM, so...
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    He meant current generations of graphics cards do...

    He meant current generations of graphics cards do not support Crossfire.
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    Looking at this: ...

    Looking at this: https://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/aris-bitziopoulos/deepcool-gamer-storm-dq850-m-psu-review/3/

    It seems that the V1 was essentially a cost down GPU that was...
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    I have not seen that any GPU based PSU uses the...

    I have not seen that any GPU based PSU uses the same components as GPX. Can you show me that? Because that would be very odd because then it wouldn't be a GPU.
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    Correct. Like I said earlier, it's 4.5A per...

    Correct.

    Like I said earlier, it's 4.5A per rail. 1.5A per pin. Each "rail" uses three pins. You have three +12V pins, three +5V pins and three +3.3V pins. That's 4.5A for the +12V, 4.5A for...
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    I am talking about the device side connector. ...

    I am talking about the device side connector. One more time: The weak link is the SATA power connector... Device side.

    And fan motors use +12V while Corsair RGB lighting strips use +5V. So you...
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    4.5A. 4.5A per connector. That's why I keep...

    4.5A. 4.5A per connector. That's why I keep telling you. :D

    Each SATA connector can deliver up to 4.5A of any given voltage before it gets too hot and melts.

    As for the Commander Pro: Yes. ...
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    Apparently, they do. ;)

    Apparently, they do. ;)
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    That was already brought up in this thread. :D ...

    That was already brought up in this thread. :D But we can go over it again and word it a different way....

    It's not just the quality of the MOSFET, but the capacity. If you're using a cheaper...
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    You can say that.

    You can say that.
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    No. I'm only talking about the device side...

    No. I'm only talking about the device side connector. 18g wire can handle a lot more than 4.5A.
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    No. That is exactly NOT what I said. :D ...

    No. That is exactly NOT what I said. :D

    Only the SATA connector is rated at 4.5A. The 18g wire and the connector at the PSU should be able to handle the full 25A.
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    It's not. Besides, it's only used for +5VSB.

    It's not. Besides, it's only used for +5VSB.
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    Where? Like physical location? Between the...

    Where? Like physical location?

    Between the PFC and LLC converters.
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    It's actually separate.

    It's actually separate.
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    Yeah.. I actually had a problem with transformer...

    Yeah.. I actually had a problem with transformer saturation causing the PWM FETs to blow up in a PSU many years ago. I think it was an Andyson unit for BFG. Luckily, we caught it in DVT. I...
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    No. You misunderstand. Transformer saturation...

    No. You misunderstand. Transformer saturation is a thing. I agree with your assessment.

    What I was saying isn't suitable for forum discussion is all the ins and outs of what makes one...
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    They won't melt on the PSU side. That connector...

    They won't melt on the PSU side. That connector has larger pins that are meant to deliver power to a multitude of SATA connectors on the other end of a cable.

    They melt on the device side.
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    Didn't mean to offend, but I can see how my...

    Didn't mean to offend, but I can see how my "LOL!" could be rude and for that I apologize. But I also don't think a forum post is the place for transformers 101.

    You have to take a lot of things...
  24. It's in the second from last page. But Mask is...

    It's in the second from last page.

    But Mask is right. Unless you have unlimited funds and can buy from anywhere in the world, you're not going to get the absolute best PSU every single time. ...
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    I wouldn't say "better", per se. But it is a...

    I wouldn't say "better", per se. But it is a lower current rating than what I would normally want to see.
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