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Thread: Is the XFX Pro 550w 80+ Bronze SeaSonic based?

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    It's a CapXon 105c 420v Primary:
    https://ibb.co/mDv9t5t
    Here's an overview of the interior:
    https://ibb.co/NNPcTCg
    Fan:
    https://ibb.co/zspmnvb
    Not a fan of ChengX caps on any PSU
    https://ibb.co/d51z12m
    I can't seem to identify the brand of these:
    https://ibb.co/HCdJyzb

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    If you open it, you will lose your warranty.
    they can't possibly enforce that, at least not in the US.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnus...s_Warranty_Act
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    Go to court to say that, paying court fees out of your own pocket and taking time out of your life over a PSU lol.

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    Fan appears to be the same model used in something like an evga B1 or W1 so sleeve bearing. About what I expected.

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    It does looks like a good choice for 50 dollars. The 5 years warranty also seems like a realistic number.

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    For the price the 4x PCIe 6+2 pin connectors and 2x EPS 4+4 pin connectors are pretty nice. Cheapest PSU on PCPP with dual EPS connectors is a CX650F for $85.

    I don't like that the SATA and Molex cables have no sleeving and are rather ugly. It also has as many Molex connectors as it does SATA. Also the capacitor quality isn't the best imo. But hey, have to cut cost somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyzenMaster View Post
    For the price the 4x PCIe 6+2 pin connectors and 2x EPS 4+4 pin connectors are pretty nice.
    If you need that I would recommend a better PSU.

    The PSU would be best in a 500W package, with one EPS and two 6+2 pins PEG with somewhat better quality components for the same cost.
    Last edited by -The_Mask-; 12-05-2020 at 11:17 AM.

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    I definitely won't be using all of those connectors.

    I would agree with you on the last bit.

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    I had a hard time looking at the mosfet brandind

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyzenMaster View Post
    I definitely won't be using all of those connectors.
    I know, it was more as general advise.

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