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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexper View Post
    There's a recent review of the M12ii 620 at F14 Lab.
    485mV drop on the 12V rail, ripple and hold up time is good. Fan spins quickly at high load.
    What I'm looking for is protection testing.
    Nice test, though they put absolutely unrealistic loads on minor rails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexper View Post
    There's a recent review of the M12ii 620 at F14 Lab.
    485mV drop on the 12V rail, ripple and hold up time is good. Fan spins quickly at high load.
    What I'm looking for is protection testing.
    Nice results for group regulated PSU, they missed 1 cross load test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Elite? Where?? Oh you mean the GP ones near the Primary Heatsink??
    I'd be OK with 25°C if you would get DC-DC instead. but you get neither...


    And the N-Series isn't available in Germany it seems...
    Damn EVGA is flooding the market, and now with this crap, this is complete caca.

    25C and no DC-DC? I would rather buy hundreds of CX550's than this.
    My Antec HCG 750M Unit still works fine after 4 years , and was a good price, EVGA has some good budget units, why make this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrix View Post
    Damn EVGA is flooding the market, and now with this crap, this is complete caca.

    25C and no DC-DC? I would rather buy hundreds of CX550's than this.
    My Antec HCG 750M Unit still works fine after 4 years , and was a good price, EVGA has some good budget units, why make this?
    You'd be better off buying a VS650 than this thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    You'd be better off buying a VS650 than this thing.
    Depending on availability and where you live, the be quiet System Power 9 or U9 could be the best option in the lowest price area...

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    Isn't it a fake? Or a very old (2010-2012) unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by siealex View Post
    Isn't it a fake? Or a very old (2010-2012) unit?
    What is? Who are you asking? What are you asking about?

    The EVGA in the review fake or old? Why would you say that?

    Fake: It was bought from Amazon. And if someone is going to counterfeit a PSU, they're not going to choose the company's cheapest line.

    Old: EVGA didn't do PSUs in 2010-2012. Even their short lived "NEX-1500 Classified" wasn't out until 2012. I can see the date code in one of the photos, and the unit reviewed was made in 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Depending on availability and where you live, the be quiet System Power 9 or U9 could be the best option in the lowest price area...
    The U9 700w is only $5 USD more here in the US even. Which really shows how poor the value of these N1 units are. That price difference is mostly the same across the whole range (U9 being $5 more for 50 less watts.)

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