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Thread: How does the Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 12 compare to Corsair Axi!

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    Default How does the Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 12 compare to Corsair Axi!

    Hey Guys, I was looking for some insight to see how the new be quiet dark pro 12 compares to the Corsair AXi. And are there any other digital psu on the market?

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    Link for reference: https://www.kitguru.net/components/p...tanium-review/

    Thinking this is the CWT CTT platform.

    Pretty much the same PSU as the Thermaltake iRGB Titanium.

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    Performance doesn't even come close to AX1600i.

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    They made quite some changes for being "pretty much the same PSU".

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    They made quite some changes for being "pretty much the same PSU".
    Did they?

    I don't believe so.

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    Looking at the pictures, they at least changed the layout between the Thermaltake and be quiet!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Pretty much the same PSU as the Thermaltake iRGB Titanium.
    Unless you're talking about refresh of it (which i wouldn't be surprised with Thermaltake), versions with public reviews are based on CST1250 platform (or whatever this variation of CST is called).

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    I think you're looking at the wrong PSU. Which isn't surprising since Thermaltake uses the same name on five or ten different variants (almost as bad as Cooler Master).

    There's a TT iRGB that's full DSP that uses the exact same platform. The Titanium version. Not the Platinum version.

    I know because >>I<< am also planning on using the same platform for an HXi refresh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    I think you're looking at the wrong PSU. Which isn't surprising since Thermaltake uses the same name on five or ten different variants (almost as bad as Cooler Master).

    There's a TT iRGB that's full DSP that uses the exact same platform. The Titanium version. Not the Platinum version.

    I know because >>I<< am also planning on using the same platform for an HXi refresh.
    Titanium rated HXi 🤔

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    Not necessarily.

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