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    No. It was. That review is from 2012 before Aris...

    No. It was. That review is from 2012 before Aris really did proper tear downs.
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    I already did. I removed your posts from the...

    I already did. I removed your posts from the other thread to create a new thread. But then you created yet another thread. So now I've merged the two.
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    No... no they didn't. Solytech couldn't do...

    No... no they didn't. Solytech couldn't do anything right. That's why they went bankrupt.
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    That is the exact same PSU as the Hercules that...

    That is the exact same PSU as the Hercules that Wolf took apart, except maybe this one actually has PFC.
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    No. You start a new thread because it's a...

    No. You start a new thread because it's a different power supply.

    Anyone other than me not seeing the photos?
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    Probably an inrush current limiter relay. What...

    Probably an inrush current limiter relay.

    What PSU is it?
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    So what's the question? There's not a single...

    So what's the question?

    There's not a single question mark in your entire post, yet your subject like is "Question about CX450".
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    I know.. right? The app just says "no SD card...

    I know.. right?

    The app just says "no SD card detected" and that's it. I go into settings and you can't even turn off the cameras. Only the audio.

    I mean.. obviously the cameras are required...
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    Don't you hate it when....

    I ordered a drone online back in March. Then the COVID pandemic shut down their factory and orders stopped shipping.

    I pretty much forgot about it.

    Day before Thanksgiving, a box arrives. ...
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    As none77 points out, that's dependent on a...

    As none77 points out, that's dependent on a poorly sealed bearings.
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    Nope. The lubricant pools. Bad enough there's...

    Nope. The lubricant pools. Bad enough there's more "play" in a sleeve to allow for the pool of lubricant.

    4299
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    Where's that oil reserve going to go? You going...

    Where's that oil reserve going to go? You going to have an oil pump inside the fan somewhere? ;)
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    So Aris is taking apart fans now...

    I hope he not only looks at the bearing, but also the IC.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX-2EJiRgsQ

    If he could measure the inductance of the windings, that would be cool too.

    I say this...
  14. Yes. S12II.

    Yes. S12II.
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    Yes. The board is single layer PCB. At low...

    Yes. The board is single layer PCB.

    At low input voltages (115V), the bridge rectifier is easily the hottest part in the PSU. Dumping that heat into the PCB is dangerous.
  16. no. you're fine.

    no. you're fine.
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    But then people wont be able to post: "I have...

    But then people wont be able to post: "I have this PSU. I dont know the brand. But its 80 PLUS, so its a good one."
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    Yes. But without the design flaws.

    Yes. But without the design flaws.
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    No. There are a lot of design flaws in that PSU.

    No. There are a lot of design flaws in that PSU.
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    I agree. EVGA PSUs were never "popular" until...

    I agree. EVGA PSUs were never "popular" until the G2 came out and were sold below cost.

    The original SuperNOVA G was only really purchased by EVGA fan boys.
  21. Sorry. I meant to type "OTP", but type "OCP". ...

    Sorry. I meant to type "OTP", but type "OCP". Many PSUs have OTP even if the supervisor IC doesn't support it because the fan controller will detect the higher temps and tell the PWM controller to...
  22. Typically, PSUs do not have OCP. Even if the IC...

    Typically, PSUs do not have OCP. Even if the IC supports it. They tend to use OPP. But if the PSU has DC to DC, then odds are the controllers on those D2D cards will have their own OCP. And, as...
  23. It's not. He's talking out of his ass.

    It's not. He's talking out of his ass.
  24. Yeah. Don't trust anything this person has to...

    Yeah. Don't trust anything this person has to say. LOL!
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    This. I don't trust factory results either. I...

    This.

    I don't trust factory results either. I use PAL for acoustics, Allion for ATE and thermals, Cybenetics, of course, as well as in-house equipment when we have enough warm bodies to execute...
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