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    Default XFX Intros XTi-1000W 80 Plus Titanium Power Supply

    Hey, look! My news from almost 2 years ago just started to get real:D

    https://www.techpowerup.com/241026/x...m-power-supply
    XFX today debuted the XTi line of high-end power-supplies, with a 1000-Watt model, the XTi-1000. These PSUs boast of fully-modular cabling, a low-noise fan profile, and 80 Plus Titanium efficiency. The PSU offers enough juice and straws for a high-end gaming desktop with 3-4 graphics cards. Under the hood, is a single +12V rail design, 100% Japanese capacitors, APFC, and most common electrical protections (against surges, over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit). A 135 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan is used to keep the unit cool.

    Connectors of the XFX XTi-1000 include a 24-pin ATX, two 8-pin EPS (from which one splits to 4+4 pin), eight 8-pin PCIe (each split to 6+2 pin PCIe), ten SATA power connectors, six Molex, and one Berg. The fan is programmed to stay off (0 dBA) when the load is under 25 percent, and stay in "Quiet Mode" (16 dBA) between 25 to 50 percent load, and only then ramp up to max speed somewhat linearly with load. It's been tested to support low-power states of the latest AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors. The unit is backed by a 5-year warranty.
    I like the red side label design!

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    You're already halfway in 2018?

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    Based off Prime Titanium 1000W.

    Love the Rivage guy's reply in the comments. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    You're already halfway in 2018?
    Hmm yeah, 1 year and 5 months is closer to just "one year ago" than two years... =^.^'=

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    This is the same studio pic they've had on their website for the past few months, I'm not sure I believe this is what the final look will be, given that the front panel design / layout we're looking at is identical to the older XM2 platform > to be a Prime clone inside I expect it to be a Prime clone outside

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Love the Rivage guy's reply in the comments. LOL!
    I see that he talks about an XTR 1250W Gold that he found which is (or would've been) an XM2 clone, those are impossible to find in the USA, to the point I don't even think they were for sale here, nor are they on the XFX 80Plus list (the 1050w is). XFX 1000|1200 XTS2 Plati's (certified late 2016) are also no where to be found (KM3 inside?) edit: I meant XP3
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    'studio shot' of XTS2 1200 in no way resembles Prime / closer to older XP3

    I've really wanted one, any model in the 1000+ watt range the past 3.5 years, their exterior design's spanked the Seasonic eversince the XM1, but no joy, impossible to find online. Can't wait to get a better look at this new one

    Too bad they didn't have it in them to commission a 1300w, & that 5year warranty's a dud
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    XTi 1000w, certified 2/8/17, lol > lil' bit l8 to the party > better l8 than never
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass-Olé View Post
    > to be a Prime clone inside I expect it to be a Prime clone outside
    Quote Originally Posted by Cass-Olé View Post
    XFX 1000|1200 XTS2 Plati's (certified late 2016) are also no where to be found (KM3 inside?)
    I already confirmed it long ago in the article in the OP, read if it you want. XTI are Seasonic Prime Titanium, XTS2 is Prime Platinum, XTR2 is Prime Gold.

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    I've already seen it at Seasonic's labs in Taiwan. It's Prime inside. It also has the red labels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I've already seen it at Seasonic's labs in Taiwan. It's Prime inside. It also has the red labels.
    Are there any power supplies that are manufactured in the States?

    Just inquisitive; I don't want to get political.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Are there any power supplies that are manufactured in the States?

    Just inquisitive; I don't want to get political.

    Try the Defanse Dept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    Try the Defanse Dept.

    I believe switched mode power supplies began with the minuteman missile, and not with Apple as sometimes claimed.

    Correct me if I am wrong; this be the land of myths.

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