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  1. Thread: In Win PSU?

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    Sorry. Maybe not a good idea to default...

    Sorry.
    Maybe not a good idea to default "Retrieve remote file and reference locally"
  2. Thread: In Win PSU?

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    The Inwin A1 uses the IP-P600KQ3-2 (AKA...

    The Inwin A1 uses the IP-P600KQ3-2 (AKA IP-P600CQ3-3, F2 600W, IP-P600LQ3-2, FM 600W).
    https://content.hwigroup.net/images/products_xl/469995/3/in-win-a1-ingebouwde-voeding.jpg
    It's a budget DC-DC...
  3. Could've been in the specific load between the...

    Could've been in the specific load between the the PSU's fans passive and active mode.
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    Nothing new from the first teardown, except for...

    Nothing new from the first teardown, except for the slightly better photos. We see it has an NTC Themistor with bypass relay.
    No one is describing the capacitor series... Teapo ranges from medium to...
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    Looks like Teapo has changed it's venting. Used...

    Looks like Teapo has changed it's venting.
    Used to be 3 lines (BTW what do you even call that shape) with three more holes in-between.

    Now it's just three lines, such as what you find here...
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    Erm... That's what most power supplies are like....

    Erm... That's what most power supplies are like. AC inlet on the right, goes through EMI filter to the primary side on the left.

    Except I don't see any EMI filter XD

    Also, after translating, I...
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    Manufacturer product page:...

    Manufacturer product page: http://www.tspk.hk/product/16.html

    With an internal photo

    http://www.tspk.hk/upload/201811/QQ%E5%9B%BE%E7%89%8720181025091550_201811020558104700.png



    The box...
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    Probably this guy....

    Probably this guy.
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    Internal photos of the S12iii 500w:...

    Internal photos of the S12iii 500w:
    https://post.smzdm.com/p/aoo69md7/

    LLC resonant topology for the primary and dual magnetic amplification on the secondary
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    Fair point, but I was mainly interested in the...

    Fair point, but I was mainly interested in the FDB fan as opposed to the Sleeve on the VS, in combination with the overall better electolytics.
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    Neither. It's mainly because of the outdated...

    Neither.

    It's mainly because of the outdated design (DF + group regulated topologies) and lacking protections with its 8-pin HY510N. Due to the group regulation, it has lousy voltage regulation...
  12. Atleast with my connector the probes fit snug, no...

    Atleast with my connector the probes fit snug, no need to hold the probes in place.
    It's probably the best method for testing the 3.3V rail aswell, otherwise I prefer molex.
  13. You can stick the probe through the back of the...

    You can stick the probe through the back of the 24-pin motherboard connector, next to the wires. That's where you can find 12V, 5V, and 3.3V.
    Black probe goes to ground (black wire).
    Red probe...
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    PSU manufacturers don’t want users opening...

    PSU manufacturers don’t want users opening their units. Let alone replacing fan and caps. Releasing schematics won’t do Seasonic any good.
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    I bet the 450w model and possibly 500w model are...

    I bet the 450w model and possibly 500w model are group regulated.
    Otherwise Seasonic would use "DC-DC converters!" as a marketing point, noticing how they include "double forward converter design"....
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    Definitely looks like a Andyson GX...

    Definitely looks like a Andyson GX

    They're decent.
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    The transformer part number, PCB markings,...

    The transformer part number, PCB markings, heatsink, and component positioning are identical to that of the Andyson GX, using the Newegg photo.
    The Andyson H6 uses a different transformer.
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    There's a recent review of the M12ii 620 at F14...

    There's a recent review of the M12ii 620 at F14 Lab.
    485mV drop on the 12V rail, ripple and hold up time is good. Fan spins quickly at high load.
    What I'm looking for is protection testing.
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    The two internal shots we have of the Focus FM,...

    The two internal shots we have of the Focus FM, the 650 and 750 model both use the M12F-Z.
    The Focus Plus reviews show use of the H12F-Z fan in each model.

    It’s also interestingly seeing a...
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    I made a table a few months back describing the...

    I made a table a few months back describing the differences:
    https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/285979-seasonic-focus-vs-seasonic-focus-plus
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    If you value functional protections, but don't...

    If you value functional protections, but don't mind low hold-up time, look towards the TXM.

    If you value slightly better electrical performance, in spec hold-up, but improperly configured over...
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    Difference between TVS Diode and MOV?

    What are the physical, electrical, performance, and price difference between an MOV and TVS diode in the transient filter stage of a power supply?
    From what I read, they’re both used to reduce...
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    A Cybenetics report...

    A Cybenetics report of the Mistel 650 claims the OEM to be Shang Hung.
    They also list an MOV (10D561K), whereas OW finds a TVS diode in the transient filter. What's the difference?
  24. Why does the manufacturer implement four X-Caps? ...

    Why does the manufacturer implement four X-Caps?
    We usually only see 2 or 3, or just a single x-cap in a budget design.
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    So the bridge rectifier is still acceptable, even...

    So the bridge rectifier is still acceptable, even when considering overloading the power supply, power supply efficiency, and voltage dips at 240V AC.

    So why do many manufacturers overrate that...
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