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    Default Corsair RM750i Power Supply Review @Tom's

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...pply,4223.html

    Corsair managed, by launching the RMi series, to make a significant upgrade to their older RM line. Pretty impressive!
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    Jon, what about that "creative behaviour" of the RMi fan controller (running fanless in the hotbox, full on at low intake/ambient temp)?

    Aris: really lovely FLIR shots and comments!
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    I am trying to get my hands now on a IR camera that is able to shoot video and is small enough to fit inside the hot-box during testing, however the prices they ask are crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Jon, what about that "creative behaviour" of the RMi fan controller (running fanless in the hotbox, full on at low intake/ambient temp)?
    And apparently only during the crossload? Yeah.. that's curious. I'll have to try and validate that.

    Aris,

    Do you have the raw data for that chart that you can send me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    And apparently only during the crossload? Yeah.. that's curious. I'll have to try and validate that.

    Aris,

    Do you have the raw data for that chart that you can send me?
    This is the kind of responsive behavior we don't see with other people, much less their brands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    This is the kind of responsive behavior we don't see with other people, much less their brands.


    What do you mean? Is my behavior inappropriate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post


    What do you mean? Is my behavior inappropriate?
    I think they mean it's better than a "it works fine, shut up" sort of response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post


    What do you mean? Is my behavior inappropriate?
    Please re-read my post. I found your answer not only to be appropriately responsive, but a model for others. I know that you don't expect much straightforward positive feedback on a board full of sarcastic smart - um - alecks (myself included) but it was positive feedback. I'm impressed. I wish more manufacturers' reps responded as you did. Imagine -- trying to run down a corner issue. Wow.
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    Yeah... But I was a reviewer/forum troll for two decades before being a "manufacturer's rep". ;-)

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