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  1. Poll: Effect is negligible at worst.

    Effect is negligible at worst.
  2. TBF few people load 3.3V that much so it's not...

    TBF few people load 3.3V that much so it's not very consequential to majority of folks out there.
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    Vreg/ripple results? Fan rpm? Transients/hold...

    Vreg/ripple results? Fan rpm?

    Transients/hold up time if you can measure them too?
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    Not so beautiful lol, multiple untrimmed leads...

    Not so beautiful lol, multiple untrimmed leads and that wire quick fix does look fairly unsightly IMO.

    Until tested, hard to say, if it won't blow up PC. Given EVGA's track record, it's pretty...
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    Resistance to mechanical damage (i.e., being...

    Resistance to mechanical damage (i.e., being dropped and such) does not translate to resistance to electrical damage caused by bad PSU.



    WDYM here?

    Most JG regulars surely know what ripple...
  6. Probably a mechanical relay switching inrush...

    Probably a mechanical relay switching inrush current limiting NTC thermistor off to improve efficiency.

    Other PSUs also implement this so they can click too.
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    Yes, every data storage method can be harmed by...

    Yes, every data storage method can be harmed by bad PSU. Just like every other component in PC. Not being mechanical does not render them immune to effects of bad PSU in any way.



    Wrong.

    My...
  8. I'm talking about this specific PSU, not about...

    I'm talking about this specific PSU, not about every single PSU in existence that is not listed, in case bolding was not enough...

    Until you prove this issue applies to this specific PSU, this...
  9. The PSU that was actually recommended in this...

    The PSU that was actually recommended in this thread is not on the list of problematic ones, so why assume it causes this issue as well, but other brands do not?
  10. Yes, it's from 2018 and does not contain PSU that...

    Yes, it's from 2018 and does not contain PSU that was actually recommended in this thread. Do you have proof that it applies to it as well? If not, this whole thing is irrelevant to the thread.
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    Something about HDD killing...

    Something about HDD killing that has applied to some different series made by SF, but has not been shown for recommended one.

    I.e., it's irrelevant until proven otherwise.
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    Complete waste of time and effort to recap such...

    Complete waste of time and effort to recap such an old unit, unless purely for educational purpose LMAO. Be happy it lasted this long and get something modern.

    To make a recommendation we need to...
  13. Look OK to me, I presume you already have it? ...

    Look OK to me, I presume you already have it?



    Difference in what exactly? More connectors? Longer cables? More flexible ones for easier management in case?

    You get the ones compatible with...
  14. It's safe to assume yes. And minute difference...

    It's safe to assume yes.

    And minute difference in voltage regulation are unlikely to have any real-world impact during PC usage, as those voltages are regulated again by VRMs on motherboards/video...
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    Yes, Black Friday and then Christmas/Holiday...

    Yes, Black Friday and then Christmas/Holiday shopping fever will mean prices in general won't be great until it's all over.
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    You do you. Can even get gutless wonder as far as...

    You do you. Can even get gutless wonder as far as I am concerned :]
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    It is indy regulated unlike S12II, so it is...

    It is indy regulated unlike S12II, so it is better unit overall.

    Caps are fine, ripple is in spec, being outsourced is a trivia, not a serious pro/con in itself.
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    I'd wait for the release of new AMD components...

    I'd wait for the release of new AMD components before any accurate recommendation can be made. Could be that your current one is enough (for RTX it indeed isn't).



    Cannot be guaranteed sadly.
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    EVGA BR has not been tested yet, though...

    EVGA BR has not been tested yet, though premilinary clues suggest it's DC-DC based, while CV is group regulated, hence expectation is EVGA is better, though without review confirmning that, it's...
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    WDYM no? Are you saying it won't work? It only...

    WDYM no? Are you saying it won't work?

    It only won't, if drive isn't properly detected, but then your linux SE won't either. In such case one needs to resort to physical measures. I took a power...
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    For SSDs use either manufacturer provided...

    For SSDs use either manufacturer provided utilities if they have such feature, or encrypt the drive and lose the key.
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    -Focus has longer warranty, -Focus is...

    -Focus has longer warranty,
    -Focus is semi-fanless while Core is not,
    -Core uses cheaper components here and there, not sure how much of a practical difference it makes.
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    You are years late lol. CF and SLI are dead in...

    You are years late lol.

    CF and SLI are dead in the water, with DX12 supporting multi-GPU internally, neither of makers has much interest in developing/supporting their respective technologies.
    ...
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    Even on 230V grid full range can be handy, if you...

    Even on 230V grid full range can be handy, if you live in area with frequent browouts, since mains voltage can dip below 200V and that would stress weaker primary side components in case of limited...
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    Out of those only S12III 500 and MWE 500 are at...

    Out of those only S12III 500 and MWE 500 are at all worth the attention. MWE is DC-DC based, while S12III indy regulated, but latter is full range.
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