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    Default New Corsair AX1600i starts to show up

    A typo led me to this...




    1600W of Ultimate Power: Delivers 1600W of continuous, ultra-stable, 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency power.

    Top Tier Components: 100% 105°C Japanese capacitors, top-specification internal components and digital design deliver over 94% efficiency.

    The Only Consumer PSU with Gallium Nitride Transistors: Totem-pole PFC Gallium Nitride (GaN) transistors for superior efficiency in a smaller formfactor.

    World Class Electrical Performance: Incredibly stable voltages and ultra-low ripple noise.

    Software Monitoring: CORSAIR LINK software provides in-depth monitoring for PSU temperature, fan speed, voltages, current, AC/DC wattage and efficiency, with the ability to log everything for easy troubleshooting.

    Take Control: CORSAIR LINK lets you adjust cooling fan speed, RPM curves and switch between single or multi-rail overcurrent protection (OCP), all from your desktop.

    140mm Patented FDB cooling fan: Delivers low-noise operation even at demanding loads.

    Zero RPM Fan Mode: For near-silent operation at low to medium loads.

    Choose Your Color: Three-color customizable magnetic side labels let you choose your PSU’s style to match your build.

    Fully Modular Cables: Use only the cables you need for quick and easy installation

    Built to Last: Ten-Year comprehensive CORSAIR warranty.
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16817139226

    Interesting.

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    Vapor-ware.

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    Since i cannot edit the original post...



    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Vapor-ware.
    What is that?

    In the computer industry, vaporware (Brit. vapourware) is a product, typically computer hardware or software, that is announced to the general public but is never actually manufactured nor officially cancelled. Use of the word has broadened to include products such as automobiles.
    So it's not going to be sold?

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    Not yet.

    Newegg broke NDA by a week.

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    Nice, first retail Totem Pole PFC I think. It is the way to go at present. All companies working on it.

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    A side note: Totem-pole is only possible with digital controllers, since there is no commercial analogue controller available for this topology, yet.

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    Man, look at all those wires in this unit... what is this, 2017?

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    That is why it is so cheap for 420-565 USD, depending on retailer

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    Where did the label go? It's not that I prefer a label, but isn't it required?

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    It has a fully digital label (You are right, it is required)

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