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    All capacitors are provided by Teapo, which is considered a reliable manufacturer. The 85 degrees Celsius bulk cap won't have a problem under normal operating temperatures, close to 30 degrees Celsius, and the same goes for the Teapo SC filtering caps on the secondary side. If you expose the PSU to higher than 40C temperatures for prolonged periods, then most likely it won't be able to outlast the three-year warranty. This is why Corsair set 30 degrees Celsius as the max temperature, for continuous full power output.
    Good info to have. It explains things.
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    But i dont see this model update in 80plus.org website?

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