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    I think the idea is one gets to see it after recovery; but you are right, a UPS is better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    But yeah... hard to believe someone can patent this.
    Jon, someone patented a 140mm inside PSU...

    How is it hard to believe after THAT patent??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Yeah. I laugh when during the Nipron demonstration video when she unplugs the PC and the message pops up on the monitor....

    https://youtu.be/O38h8sb21Ho

    Who's going to see that message on the monitor????
    Monitor with an extern adapter with plugin battery option. Or an adapter with build in battery.

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    In the end the future of ATX will be decided mostly by Intel. Other companies have to either follow their standard or they will simply ignore it (modern VGA power draw clearly exceeds transient load characteristics defined by Intel). PSU vendors have little influence here and need to follow what the latest components require.

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    All the more reason to have a single voltage, so one can be sure all the power is available; also speaks against multi-rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    In the end the future of ATX will be decided mostly by Intel. Other companies have to either follow their standard or they will simply ignore it (modern VGA power draw clearly exceeds transient load characteristics defined by Intel). PSU vendors have little influence here and need to follow what the latest components require.
    I wouldn't be so sure. Intel is considering re-vamping ATX again because some PSU manufacturers are complaining that meeting the new requirements are "too hard".

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    Is the hard part efficiency?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Is the hard part efficiency?
    Probably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Is the hard part efficiency?
    What, does it mandate 80 Plus Unobtainium now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheapie View Post
    What, does it mandate 80 Plus Unobtainium now?
    No. 70% efficiency at 2% load.

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