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    Default Seasonic PRIME 1000W Platinum - Review @KitGuru

    KitGuru has previously reviewed many of the flagship Seasonic Prime units in Titanium efficiency, but today we look at the latest 1000W unit in Platinum efficiency. Platinum efficiency is rated slightly lower (<2% at 50% load), and is easier to certify than Titanium. Subsequently the prices that reach the customer are more competitive, targeting a wider, global enthusiast audience. The PRIME Platinum models are still pure modular and feature high grade Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) cooling fans.
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    25mV ripple, I am disappointed it is not mythic suppresion anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrapXon View Post
    25mV ripple, I am disappointed it is not mythic suppresion anymore...
    "...It is interesting to note that the 850 watt Titanium PRIME model ... has actually a greater uF output than this 1000W Platinum model..."
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    Primes series lost it's titanium certification by passing from 850W to 1000W.
    why?

    as far as I know it's easyer to build a titanium PSU with greater maximum wattage, why they lost the titanium efficiency with the increased wattage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
    Primes series lost it's titanium certification by passing from 850W to 1000W.
    why?

    as far as I know it's easyer to build a titanium PSU with greater maximum wattage, why they lost the titanium efficiency with the increased wattage?
    I answer my self, I just learned that 1000W Prime series is available in Gold, Platinum and Titanium flavour.

    nice.

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