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    Default Cooler Master V750 Gold MPY-7501-AFAAGV review @ Tom's Hardware

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...d-power-supply

    The newer V Gold units are made by Chicony Electronics, and the line consists of four models, with capacities ranging from 550W to 850W. They are fully modular, and besides 80 PLUS, they are also certified by Cybenetics, with all of them achieving ETA-A efficiency certifications. In the noise output section, Cybenetics rated them from LAMBDA-S++ (V850) to LAMBDA-A (V550).

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    Well, basically the first V series was still the best. After this performacne was never competitive any more.

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    isn't it strange that they decided to put 12vOCP at 104% and OPP at 121% ? what is the benefit of that ? either they ignore 12v ocp all together or set OPP and OCP at the same %nominal
    its a shame that they cheaped out on inrush and surge protection as well
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    For analogue circuits in MP there is always some tolerance.

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