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    Quote Originally Posted by RyzenMaster View Post
    If you make it explode it will get more views. Just saying.
    Hmm putting my life on the line for views. tempting. Sadly I don't have a PC that draws that much power besides my main rig which I am not touching.

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    Well I'm sure Jon could buy one for science and torture it if not you.

    I actually bought one of these for a PC with a 3600+1080. Mostly out of curiosity. It arrives Wednesday, so I can report what happens. The other parts might not turn up for awhile though.

    I also have 2 computers with RX570s right now. I could theoretically crossfire them with the Apevia since it has enough pcie connectors, but the only CF board I have is in my main pc and I am not risking that.

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    Holy, that is one of the smallest PCB I have ever seen in a "600W" unit.

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    You haven't seen non ATX power supplies?

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    Well, I mean ATX of course

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    It's not that special. But because such a single layer PCB is really cheap there isn't really a need to make it that small. So many times you see a lot of unpopulated PCB in a similar PSU.

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