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Thread: Corsair CX450 PSU Review: Two Flavors, Tested and Compared @ Tomshardware

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon13 View Post
    I am not sure, its terminated en 0064 with a cp terminated in cp 020. Is different looking at back from 450?.
    Pictures of the PSU label, please.

    The label shouldn't have BOTH CP-9020120-EU (CX450) AND RPS064 (CX550) at the same time.

    I don't know if you're reading one label off the box and the other label off the PSU. Please provide the data that's on JUST the PSU.

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    I was reading the box(for now). The psu is mounted and the label is hidden so i need unmount it first.

    Anyway in theory you are based in the box in the shop.. Or is 0053 or 0054.

    https://www.amazon.es/photos/share/m...uC8qDhixjqyBXo
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon13 View Post
    I was reading the box(for now). The psu is mounted and the label is hidden so i need unmount it first.

    Anyway in theory yo are based in the box in the shop.. Or is 0053 or 0054.

    https://www.amazon.es/photos/share/m...uC8qDhixjqyBXo
    Boxes are boxes. I'm not believing anything until I know what the PSU itself says.

    But "the shop" will use the CP part number. That's what it's for. The RPS number is more "internal".

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    I think probably the box was true. Mostly becase this guy have a 0063 (view minute 4:32)

    https://youtu.be/4eGoz8gPEgU

    Maybe theare are nounting 550w design wit less components for europe?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon13 View Post
    Maybe theare are nounting 550w design wit less components for europe?.
    I don't know what any of this means.

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