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    Now that is a cool idea...long cables and sit on your desk or off to the side or something and smaller. Was thinking the same thing. Other than that still set, could use another m.2 and getting quite dogged out on the gpu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Batboy88 View Post
    Now that is a cool idea...long cables and sit on your desk or off to the side or something and smaller. Was thinking the same thing. Other than that still set, could use another m.2 and getting quite dogged out on the gpu.
    That entire post of yours makes zero sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    That entire post of yours makes zero sense.
    well never really ran stuff in the case much pulled it out and just jumped it lol...so something small and off to the side somewhere.
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    YAY SFX 750W

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    Well, does it actually exist or is it just a thought experiment that might (or might not) exist and you decided to just print the documents because you thoght you might do it??

    A 750W would have more PCIe connectors, wouldn't it?

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    Don't think Corsair would have bothered designing the manual if it wasn't ready.

    With the release of this PSU, we are getting close to 1000W per liter in power density for a fully modular consumer grade power supply. Incredible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Well, does it actually exist or is it just a thought experiment that might (or might not) exist and you decided to just print the documents because you thoght you might do it??
    Couldn't be done so it was cancelled and the manual revised to have it removed.




    Or was it????

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    The Gigabyte looks like something cool even. and looks hefty on input.

    Telling ya though that is still a Good Apevia though..trying to hold 11.8v still and 4.92v probed.
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    More extensive Pushed in broke traces and maybe killed one of those caps on the modular board/plug and tripping stuff, I'm not sure what was connected etc man lol...not getting better either man other outlet/strip jumped seeing 11.65v stuff lol Maybe awfulll contrapted another modular board try grounding it and play with some other shit try to pick up something lol
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