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    Obviously not worth.

    But I missed SSR-650GB3 review. Is it not online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafal_iB_PL View Post
    Obviously not worth.

    But I missed SSR-650GB3 review. Is it not online?
    There are a lot of units they tested that don't have reviews published on. Some of them have full reports public (at Cybenetics), most don't, S12III among them sadly.

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    I just find the 25c rating laughable. Having owned a couple of N1 400w myself, I won't be buying them again.

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    "Operating temperature (Continuous Full Load) 0 - 40C"

    around 45s on the video

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
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    "Operating temperature (Continuous Full Load) 0 - 40C"

    around 45s on the video
    That can't be right. Not the continuous full load part, at least.

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    I think you are right
    EVGA - Products - EVGA 650 N1, 650W, 2 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-N1-0650-L1 - 100-N1-0650-L1

    Someone should tell Aris
    1min 28sec shows +25C ambient @ full load
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    Credit to EVGA, they don't hide the 25c rating. It's right on the label of every N1

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    Good to see that not all EVGA power supplies are rated at 25C
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