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Thread: NZXT Launches E-Series PSUs

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    CAM software quite impressive ( except need sign in but ok) it measure voltage & currents 3 rails 12V ( cpu/gpu/and another) with 4 digit diplays
    I still finding more

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    Quote Originally Posted by asf14tomcat View Post
    CAM software quite impressive ( except need sign in but ok) it measure voltage & currents 3 rails 12V ( cpu/gpu/and another) with 4 digit diplays
    I still finding more
    You can measure to 100 digits, but if the unit is only accurate to the nearest 0.1V then the rest of the digits are fairly useless... Hence why we won't be able to know the accuracy of the software until someone compares it directly to a DMM.
    Just some nerd from 'Straya

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomegamer919 View Post
    You can measure to 100 digits, but if the unit is only accurate to the nearest 0.1V then the rest of the digits are fairly useless... Hence why we won't be able to know the accuracy of the software until someone compares it directly to a DMM.
    come on. I still test this because the 3.6.0 support psu version just public yesterday. and I have some keithleys to compares .
    basically if you have use corsair link (for RMi and AXi) before and after use CAM you will have same think like me
    // some screenshot

    the OCP trip point use like AXi series but support only two channels (CPU/VGA) and working good. cut of power after I increase almost 1Amps
    voltage accurate is sightly lower than my keithley 2100. but current is almost same my active loads show up . the only problems ( for all psu have software to mornitor voltage) is sample rate too slow but I think it okay because it just a PSU 150$ we cant compaire with a DMM over 800$
    Last edited by asf14tomcat; 07-18-2018 at 09:14 PM.

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    Has anyone checked what fan is being used? Anything noteworthy to mention, any review?

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    my sample is here but it will have to wait.

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    Hong Hua FDB, I believe it's the same used in the base FOCUS PLUS
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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomegamer919 View Post
    Hong Hua FDB, I believe it's the same used in the base FOCUS PLUS
    At that point it should be cut open to check authenticity. As Aris showed in the previous thread on the Corsair CX series units; Hong Hua will sell a Rifle bearing with an FDB label as well as a proper FDB with the same label.



    Given NZXT's track record in the past with fan bearing names, I would assume it is only a rifle bearing.

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    680uF Bulk cap instead of the 650uF on the original unit, perhaps just another capacitor on the QVL?

    Fan speed looks good, though I do wonder if it will have the same motor noise as Seasonic's units...

    Overall a solid unit, if priced a bit high (RM1000x is cheaper, standard FOCUS PLUS is more than $50 cheaper, Whisper M is $40 cheaper...), the only thing this unit has going for it is it's software, but is that really worth $40 more when the cheaper unit is also better? (To be fair comparing MSRP to current pricing of other PSUs isn't always accurate, but I can't find this thing on Newegg or Amazon and it's not on PCPartpicker yet)
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    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

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