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    Default CES 2019 PSU thread

    The CES is here, and I'm quite confident we will have a lot of new releases, so it's a good idea to create a thread to publish them all.




    Cooler Master Announces V Platinum and XG Gold Advanced Power Supplies

    https://www.techpowerup.com/251268/c...power-supplies

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    Since nowday nearly no one use SLI/Crossfire, why they keep building PSU with so many watts?
    I would like to see more premium PSU for 450 to 650W since with that you can buy a ryzen 2700 with a 2080ti, both overclocked.

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    So Cooler Master is actually going with Delta. Antec HCP was awesome, but it's rather outdated now.

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    Antec HCP was awesome, outdated or not, the numbers are still excellent; would hold well to this day. I wonder how much improvement a new design would bring

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    I'm loving that +12V heatsink, go Cooler Master!

    The built-in Thermal Regulation Mode (TRM) of the V Platinum regulates the temperature of the PSU by slowly increasing the fan speed when temperatures increase
    I wonder what other innovative technologies have they implemented? Do they have cutting-edge stuff such as Active PFC? 🤔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansem1 View Post
    I would like to see more premium PSU for 450 to 650W since with that you can buy a ryzen 2700 with a 2080ti, both overclocked.

    Really? Would you be willing to pay the same for the 650W than you could get an 850W for too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post

    Cooler Master Announces V Platinum and XG Gold Advanced Power Supplies

    https://www.techpowerup.com/251268/c...power-supplies
    Nice, I see this one has better performace (black tape!!!11)

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    I'm loving that +12V heatsink, go Cooler Master!
    It's the same as the Antec HCP Pro 1300W.
    https://www.kitguru.net/components/p...-psu-review/4/

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    Corsair introduced new Titanium power supplies in lower wattages. Which is something i was waiting for long time

    https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Power/.../CP-9020151-NA

    ... but im dissapointed that these are units without corsair link. For titanium this is downgrade. I dont know why Corsair did it this way. Maybe "i" version coming too? since we have also AX 860 and AX860i in platinum. Jonny? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noxius View Post
    Corsair introduced new Titanium power supplies in lower wattages. Which is something i was waiting for long time

    https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Power/.../CP-9020151-NA

    ... but im dissapointed that these are units without corsair link. For titanium this is downgrade. I dont know why Corsair did it this way. Maybe "i" version coming too? since we have also AX 860 and AX860i in platinum. Jonny? :P
    Because it's Seasonic. Took long enough just to make these.

    These replace the current AX Platinum.

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    Is "i" version in plan? :P

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