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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    For people that think a company can "just put it up on the website" as if it's as easy as that.... need to read "The Phoenix Project" by Gene Kim and Kevin Behr.
    You know, back in 1996-1997, putting up a web page was easy. What's dfferent now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    You know, back in 1996-1997, putting up a web page was easy. What's dfferent now?
    The fact that our web team is the same size, but now Corsair has thirteen product categories.

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    And there used to be some TX models with hardwired cables, 80plus regular to bronze and probably silver efficiency.
    It's been a hard day's night and I've been working like a dog.

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    Aren't there tooooooo many 80plus Gold modular models in production?
    It's been a hard day's night and I've been working like a dog.

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    What's the difference between the RMx and RMi fans? Which is the better?
    I don't get if the RMx and RMi are just the same PSU but the ICUE and Corsair Link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansem1 View Post
    What's the difference between the RMx and RMi fans? Which is the better?
    I don't get if the RMx and RMi are just the same PSU but the ICUE and Corsair Link
    RMi has a better bearing (FDB vs Rifle) so the fan should in theory last longer, otherwise yes the only difference between them is the iCue functionality.

    As for the fans themselves, it's just the bearing design which has changed. A rifle bearing and an FDB are close in nature as they're both sleeve derivatives which use a groved shaft to move oil through the bearing keeping it lubricated. An FDB uses a sealed bearing and a different type of oil which gives it a longer lifespan.

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