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    Default Corsair RM650 RM750 and RM850 Review + Video @TweakPC + Polish subtitles added

    Hi,

    This time all three power supplies in one Review, for the video i chose only the RM650.

    i added english subtitles to the video, but is was fast translation, i think should be still understandable. i hope

    Most interesting is that the RM series supports the new ATX Spec, there are some surprises in this point

    https://www.tweakpc.de/hardware/test...50-850/s01.php



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    best regards
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    Polish subtitles added to the Video, are not perfect but i think understandable
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    Thanks for the review, Thomas!!!

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    Even though you explain (rather well) what's going on, I'm already seeing people jumping to the part in the video where you show the higher audible noise and ripple and coming to their own conclusions.

    It's like, umm... rewind about 15 seconds and read what's going on so you can understand it and realize it's not a defect, but how the PSU is made to operate.

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    I've looked into the Youtube stats don't get excessively rewound to the spot
    So far, people skip more than point, it's probably too technical.

    But yes I understand your point of view.

    I think those who argue against Corsair will take that up, but these people always find something. Single Rail, Semi Passive ... hater gona hate.

    Have you any complaints about the RM? have the customers even noticed this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpoint View Post
    I've looked into the Youtube stats don't get excessively rewound to the spot
    So far, people skip more than point, it's probably too technical.

    But yes I understand your point of view.

    I think those who argue against Corsair will take that up, but these people always find something. Single Rail, Semi Passive ... hater gona hate.

    Have you any complaints about the RM? have the customers even noticed this?
    Nope. Nobody's noticed because the PSU is never at that low of a load (assuming they don't buy the 850W for a PC that only needs 120W!).

    When modern standby kicks in, it's only for a second, so you just hear a "blip" from the PSU, the CPU fan twitches, and it turns back off again.

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    Makes sense
    So far I haven't heard anything about it in German forums and as we know, they are sensitive in this point.
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    What's the advantage of not calling it revision 2? (as the video points out)


    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    When modern standby kicks in, it's only for a second, so you just hear a "blip" from the PSU, the CPU fan twitches, and it turns back off again.
    Haven't quite understood "the CPU fan twitches"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    What's the advantage of not calling it revision 2? (as the video points out)
    At the distributors, the products run under the same name. otherwise I can't think of any advantage
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Haven't quite understood "the CPU fan twitches"
    The CPU fan twitches when the PC checks for updates in modern standby mode.

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