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    Pictures from different revisions most likely.

    Maybe both aren't even final revisions. The TEP lading page on Cooler Masters site is already online for a couple of months, but it still isn't available.

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    Could also be different wattages; e.g. one is for 450-650w units while the other is for 750-1000w units.

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    The XG series which is based on the new TEP platform was originally exhibited at Computex 2018. There's some videos of it where you can see the design, and unsurprisingly it has changed between when it was first shown off and what is shown on the cooler master website now.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=souuHSuf95c
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIySWJJlBnI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spotty View Post
    The XG series which is based on the new TEP platform was originally exhibited at Computex 2018. There's some videos of it where you can see the design, and unsurprisingly it has changed between when it was first shown off and what is shown on the cooler master website now.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=souuHSuf95c
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIySWJJlBnI
    I like the comment on the 2nd video, saying a laptop with a GTX1080 only needs 15W to power itself. 🧐

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