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Thread: NZXT Launches E-Series PSUs

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomegamer919 View Post
    680uF Bulk cap instead of the 650uF on the original unit, perhaps just another capacitor on the QVL?
    Most likely with such a minor change. Especially since the old Focus Plus units didn't have a problem with holdup time.
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    Fan speed looks good, though I do wonder if it will have the same motor noise as Seasonic's units...

    That's more down to luck of the draw if Hong Hua has changed their tooling out recently. The more worn out the fan tooling gets, the more of those noise problems you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheStoka View Post
    Scan here in the UK has it for £139.99.

    Puts it within +/- £5 depending on the retailer of the RM850i.

    https://www.scan.co.uk/products/850w...upport-atx-psu
    TBH I'd still rather take the RMi, but that certainly does paint it in a better light...
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    Love the way they evolve design was good, but the price is so op.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Hopefully this one has fixes for the incompatibility Seasonic has with the standard Focus series and some graphics cards. Because those have issues with the Asus Strix GTX 970, Vega 64 and probably more graphics cards. And ofcourse the 500W version should come with two cables or better modular connectors.
    i just bought the focus 750 seasonic...what is the incompatibility u are talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronss View Post
    i just bought the focus 750 seasonic...what is the incompatibility u are talking about?
    Some GPUs have really high power spikes that happen quickly, but last long enough to trigger OCP in the PSU to cause it to shut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    Still, this PSU is heavily overpriced. Corsair RMi ist considerably cheaper and also has nice software. Still, most people go for RMx instead.
    You need to keep in mind that it is an introduction product, corsair rmi has been for three years in the market. You can't expect a new product to be cheap at launch

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    At least their model segmentation makes sense

    500, 650 and 850 W seems about right

    there are't many good power supplies under 550W

    and for 1000W+ you should be in platinum/titanium territory and a better platform

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    If price drops to RMi level it might be worth considering for the few users who insist on digital control. For all other people in need for a PSU there are better options even with such a price drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    If price drops to RMi level it might be worth considering for the few users who insist on digital control. For all other people in need for a PSU there are better options even with such a price drop.
    Agreed, barring super special deals it will always be more expensive than the other FOCUS Plus re-brand, let alone other, better platforms from other OEMs
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