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Thread: DEEPCOOL DQ 850-M-V2L & CWT GPX

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    Quote Originally Posted by efficient View Post
    Well, I am no expert either to these stuff so I can't give any extra comment on the very issue. But if it really is the PFC Mosfet that is causing this problem it doesn't make any sense to me. The MOSFETs are actually commonly used in other mid to high end PSUs, an example would be the GPU based DQ-M (v1), so maybe it's something else.
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    This helped also my understanding at large scale DC to DC converter the ones at computer PSU.

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    Jon, have you asked CWT about GPX blowing up ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    Jon, have you asked CWT about GPX blowing up ?
    Pretty sure the whole second half of this thread is about that. So I'm not sure what your question is.

    We disqualified it for the product we were intending to use it for and making it more robust would make it cost more than the GPU used in RM, which performs flawlessly. So we're going with a different vendor altogether.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Pretty sure the whole second half of this thread is about that. So I'm not sure what your question is.

    We disqualified it for the product we were intending to use it for and making it more robust would make it cost more than the GPU used in RM, which performs flawlessly. So we're going with a different vendor altogether.
    You mean that the next RM will not be CWT???

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    That's not what he said. He said a GPX with Corsair's standard would be more expensive then the RM series. So my guess would be TXM, as that one is older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    That's not what he said. He said a GPX with Corsair's standard would be more expensive then the RM series. So my guess would be TXM, as that one is older.
    That makes so much sence.

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    Or they looked at the GPX before for the RM, but came to the conclusion that GPU was the better choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris20 View Post
    You mean that the next RM will not be CWT???
    Not what I said. RM will continue to be GPU. GPX was for a low cost Gold alternative for SI's, but it didn't meet our requirements without making it the same cost or higher than GPU.

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