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    Default Andyson, LC-Power, 80 Plus and Fake Retail labels

    Today in German forum someone have mentioned the first 80 Plus Gold power supplies from LC Power. So its maybe time to search out some old pictures.

    Maybe u know the story, maybe itĀ“s a new one

    The First Gold PSU LC Power were from Andyson and we know them good ;-) AeroCool at Tom's

    They have sent an 80W @ 3.3 / 5V power supply to 80Plus, and LC Power sell that units with 150W.

    I can only speculate what happened there, maybe LC have ordered PSU with 150W and Andyson can not deliver, so they printed different Stickers.

    Because that PSU would fail@80+ they send a Power supply which had the correct specifications printed on. But who know what really happened.

    Since this was not noticed at the LC1000, simply repeated with the LC9450, LC Power does not seem to be notice that or do not care.

    Images once original from the 80 plus protocol and once from my samples

    150W Retail and 80W @ 80 plus






    You know whats happens, the load table for 80+ is calculated using the technical specification and if you take 150W, it ends worse.

    The LC1000 for example can deliver 1000W and also over 1200W, but then at 1300W -> 12V @ 10V, OPP / OCP donĀ“t work well^^

    I had then so around 2010 the LC1000 at the Chroma and exactly @ 80W huge ripple problems @ 3.3 / 5V and the power supply also made only 80+ Silver. I could not explain it at that time, only later after i stumble across the different labels on the product at 80 Plus.

    Here again the test by Philip:
    https://www.computerbase.de/2013-02/...s-lc9450-400w/

    End of the little story

    Source Pics

    LC1000

    LC9450
    Last edited by tinpoint; 07-17-2017 at 10:03 AM.

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    hmmm can not use bbcode for Pictures

    the 400W


    100W Retail and 80 plus 80W, looks like great Photoshop work


    Last edited by tinpoint; 07-17-2017 at 10:04 AM.
    best regards
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    You're doing it right. Something broke in the VBB when the db got moved. Tazz is still working on it.

    It's saying you're posting 11 images when you're only posting four. Three is working. You could try splitting it up into two posts until we get it fixed.

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