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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Because it's old.
    What was the SSP-xxxRT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    What was the SSP-xxxRT?
    S12G / G Series

    S12G were the non-modular units.

    When they're just sold by that partnumber they're usually OEM units with no cable sleeving and a grey case though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    S12G / G Series

    S12G were the non-modular units.

    When they're just sold by that partnumber they're usually OEM units with no cable sleeving and a grey case though.
    Thanks. They are from before my time. When were these units designed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    Thanks. They are from before my time. When were these units designed?

    G-Series came after the original X-Series, they're from 2012. G360 Review, G550 Review @ Hardware Secrets , TechPowerUP, & KitGuru, G650 Review, & G750 Review

    There was also a V2 of the line; 550w Review @ TechPowerUP

    Most of the original V1 line was reviewed here at JG but the links are currently dead unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    Most of the original V1 line was reviewed here at JG but the links are currently dead unfortunately.
    Yeah. I wish there was a way to fix that.

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    Hi All, so I have BeQuiet 500W at home with MB and CPU (R5 2600). Thing is I get good deal to RX580 (at same price as 570). Will PSU handle that without problem ?

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    Which be quiet?

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    That one suggested.
    BeQuiet Pure Power 11 500W BN293

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    No problem then.

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