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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    You mean the minor rail ocp is more important in group regulateds? why?
    A PSU with DC to DC with have it's own IC with it's own OCP, OVP, UVP, etc. for the voltages produced on that DC to DC circuit.

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    Good to know that.

    Besides that I had similar experience too,
    Aris' review of HCG gold 850... That sample had loose 5VSB trigger point so the rail was fried.
    That was introduced to local forum and people paid too much attension to it... so became a small issue.

    They tend to overreact when something 'burns' or 'explodes'..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post

    The S12II-Bronze is listed for 48, a Corsair VS550 ~42.
    The Corsair is vastly superior in every aspect over the Seasonic!
    Could you explain to us simple people, what makes that Yate Loon sleeve bearing inside the Corsair VS so good, that is vastly superior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    You mean the minor rail ocp is more important in group regulateds? why?
    Because the Controller for the DC-DC circuit usually also comes with some form of protection.
    Well, if its implemented that is. There are some units from certain manufacturers that burn when overloaded...


    So those units can switch off before the 5V Rails drops to 3,3V or 3,3V drops to 1,8V...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    Because the Controller for the DC-DC circuit usually also comes with some form of protection.
    Well, if its implemented that is. There are some units from certain manufacturers that burn when overloaded...


    So those units can switch off before the 5V Rails drops to 3,3V or 3,3V drops to 1,8V...
    But also keep in mind that not all DC to DC circuits in PSUs that feature this actually use an IC. Or at least an IC that supports protections like OCP.

    That's one of the differences with the CX750M and CX850M between the "green label" and "gray label".

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    Then how do they feature with without IC?

    + misunderstood
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Then how do they feature with without IC?
    They don't?

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