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Thread: SevenTeam ST-1200E-AF (now the official: Kill-A-Watt means squat thread)

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    Default SevenTeam ST-1200E-AF (now the official: Kill-A-Watt means squat thread)

    I won't have time to open it or load it up until the weekday, but I wanted to take pictures of this thing right away in case it got damaged because of the hair-brained packaging used to ship this thing from Taiwan to US via UPS.

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    Now that I'm passed the funky packaging... more pics....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Now that I'm passed the funky packaging... more pics....
    This is the same seventeam design that silverstones use in their DA1200 and OP1200 correct?

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    Yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Yup
    Wicked, can't wait to see your test results

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    Well, nice to see the PSU in that protective foam

    Usually it's just laying there loose in it's cardboard box :P

    I'm guessing the PSU itself was not damaged by the very rough handling by the post companies?

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    No. It looks fine. Just the big dent in the corner.

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    SevenTeam efficiency test - part 1

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=EgB9F0rc0qE

    SevenTeam efficiency test - part 2

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=fou5ciblF64

    SevenTeam efficiency test - part 3 (The Home Game)

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=G0s7-rRUSwU

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    I'm going to be up all night trying to figure out how you got those numbers out of that thing

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    I don't know how I got those numbers either. It's weird. But it also goes to show that you not only can't trust a Kill-A-Watt... you can't trust the expensive stuff either! The draw from the wall is actually probably in the neighborhood of 900W in those first two videos.

    I'm going to use a clamp meter next and see what it tells me.

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