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    Quote Originally Posted by ElunNing View Post
    Yeah, all AXi, HXi and RMi series from Corsair are designed with OCP setting and(or) single/multi rails switching. However, Corsair's design is based on the EPS/PCIe connectors for its OCP setting.

    In the other hand, our approach on E series are focused on "User Friendly". NZXT wants to provide a more easy-to-use implementation on the protection for the expensive components, to the varieties of GPU and CPU. Different GPU and CPU have very various electrical performance on its peak current and wattage, we believed users should have the rights to define the how the protection enabled.





    Sure, but it's ultimately the same thing with a different name and some user-friendly stuff added, it's not a new concept
    Just some nerd from 'Straya

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElunNing View Post
    As I knew, the reading of input voltage on Corsair Link for RMi is not a real monitoring,,,,but just a detection. the reading of input voltage is fixed at 115v for RM650i.
    "The reading of input voltage is not real monitoring, but just a detection."

    detect
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    - to discover something, usually using special equipment
    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dic...english/detect
    What exactly were you trying to say here?

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    Elun might mean that the polling rate is too slow, or something like this. I didn't quite understand either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    So when you have a short, the 12V OCP gets triggered the PSU and therefore the PC does a shutdown. Then if you try to boot the PC again (which everyone will do of course) the OCP's on the 12V are actually disabled?
    You are correct. E series PSU is set as simulated single rail on 12V as the default when it reboots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Yeah, that's a bit unfortunate. You should work on that...
    For the "what if it doesn't work", you could use a Reset Button that resets the settings...
    Thanks for your suggestion, we will consider the idea "Reset Button" in our coming products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomegamer919 View Post
    Sure, but it's ultimately the same thing with a different name and some user-friendly stuff added, it's not a new concept
    Agreed, it is not a totally new concept, but an improvement in a PSU with digital monitoring features.

    NZXT wants to do something different from user's perspective, not only from engineering viewpoints.
    Last edited by ElunNing; 11-06-2018 at 11:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElunNing View Post
    You are correct. E series PSU is set as simulated single rail on 12V as the default when it reboots.
    But then it doesn't have any function. The moment the OCP detects a problem and shutdowns the PC it also disables that same protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    But then it doesn't have any function. The moment the OCP detects a problem and shutdowns the PC it also disables that same protection.
    Under the default mode, E series PSU is working like the most popular single rail 12V design power supply. Comparing to the other single rail 12V PSU, E series PSU has a unique feature, that is precisely OPP at 130% rated wattage. Most of single rail 12V PSU has OPP triggered at 130~150% rated wattage. E series PSU, based on digital monitoring design, could be triggered accurately.

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