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  1. If the remove the "kick" or "burst" or "hiccup",...

    If the remove the "kick" or "burst" or "hiccup", or whatever you want to call it, mode, they will not meet the 2% load efficiency requirements of the new Intel and CEC standards.

    RM will get a new...
  2. It's hit and miss based on the requirements put...

    It's hit and miss based on the requirements put forward by their customer. It's not that their incapable of quality. But if someone needs something cheap, they WILL cut corners.
  3. 99% of the time, with a new PC, there's no issue....

    99% of the time, with a new PC, there's no issue.

    Even if there's an issue, it won't damage the PC. Best case scenario: The PC shuts down instead of going to battery power when the UPS switches...
  4. 99% of the time, with a new PC, there's no issue....

    99% of the time, with a new PC, there's no issue.

    Even if there's an issue, it won't damage the PC. Best case scenario: The PC shuts down instead of going to battery power when the UPS switches...
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    LOL! You can say that. :D

    LOL! You can say that. :D
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    I don't know what "yellow box" CX750M means. ...

    I don't know what "yellow box" CX750M means. I've never heard anyone say CX750M is a bad PSU. The older, lower wattage ones without DC to DC? Sure. But the CX750M has remained unchanged for...
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    True. It's not like sales engineered the...

    True. It's not like sales engineered the product. I can tell you exactly what three parts needed to change to make VS into a Bronze product.

    But if sales says, "we need this product at this cost...
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    Motherboard issue, is what it sounds like to me.

    Motherboard issue, is what it sounds like to me.
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    Sales asked for a "quick we need a cheap Bronze",...

    Sales asked for a "quick we need a cheap Bronze", and the quickest way to do that was to just upgrade current VS.

    Sometimes (most of the time) sales makes the decisions.
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    Ok. So with the monitor plugged into the...

    Ok. So with the monitor plugged into the motherboard, you can use the on CPU 67600K graphics to get into Windows, right? But even then, once you're in Windows, it restarts almost immediately?
    ...
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    Yeah. I saw your video. You posted it in your...

    Yeah. I saw your video. You posted it in your first post. It shows a PC powering up.

    What's on the monitor?
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    You have video? You mean the PC actually...

    You have video?

    You mean the PC actually posts? How far does it get? Only to the BIOS or does it make it into Windows?
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    Where do you see that? I'm looking at the website...

    Where do you see that? I'm looking at the website right now and it says the 450W has one (under the "tech specs" tab.)



    Yep.



    Agreed. I wanted to leave it off altogether.
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    Exactly. So what makes you think you're drawing...

    Exactly. So what makes you think you're drawing too much from your PSU?
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    That's not how power supplies work. If the PSU...

    That's not how power supplies work. If the PSU wasn't able to supply enough power, it would shut down.

    Also, your graphics card does not need 300W of power by itself.
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    Why not RMA the EVGA?

    Why not RMA the EVGA?
  17. Tazz is not Oklahoma Wolf. The reviews were...

    Tazz is not Oklahoma Wolf.

    The reviews were writen by me, Oklahoma Wolf and sometimes Tazz. But Tazz is the admin that "owns" the site. That's why I told you to contact him.
  18. Make sure you send a private message to "Tazz"...

    Make sure you send a private message to "Tazz" and/or email "tazz@jonnyguru.com" telling him what reviews you would like to see back on the site.

    He migrated over to a new server, but did not...
  19. Attachments don't work. But that's an old PSU....

    Attachments don't work.

    But that's an old PSU. They don't do that anymore because transformer technology has improved.



    Not "true" multiple +12V rail as OP was asking about.
  20. What? This thread is weird. Non-nonsensical...

    What?

    This thread is weird. Non-nonsensical questions being answered with non-nonsensical answers. :D :D :D



    Most, if not all current, PSUs have a single +12V source split into multiple...
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    It's not a matter of PSU wattage. It's a matter...

    It's not a matter of PSU wattage. It's a matter of PSU quality. Including the quality of the wires, pins, connectors, etc.
  22. Yeah. Not much you can do about that. A piece...

    Yeah. Not much you can do about that. A piece inside the switch mechanism breaks and causes the strip to be always on.

    Same thing happens to PSUs sometimes as well.
  23. Poll: In discussion with the PSU suppliers, they say...

    In discussion with the PSU suppliers, they say they typically supply India with the 15A variant. Not the 5A.
  24. Poll: Well, yeah. You're supposed to ride with...

    Well, yeah. You're supposed to ride with traffic; which is on the right side of the road in the U.S. So hand signals are done with the left hand. Wouldn't want your front brake to be your only...
  25. Poll: So I decided to look into this further (on a...

    So I decided to look into this further (on a manufacturer level since I received so much feedback).

    The plug you would ship with a PSU is the 15A one with the larger ground pin, which is the exact...
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