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Thread: CoolerMaster to release Silent Pro Hybrid PSU

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    It isn't Neoseeker but Pureoverclock.

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    thats classic spg numbers lol

    wish they went tpq 1200 and powercache'n

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    It isn't Neoseeker but Pureoverclock.
    oops I mixed them up.
    Police arrest two kids. One was drinking battery acid, the other was eating fireworks. They charged one and let the other one off.

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    PureOC isn't really reliable as they don't publish the equipment used. Nor do they publish information like the load levels applied (in amps or theoretical watts on the rail.)

    Still, these units should do the same as the Silent Pro Gold's did. As the platform is the same and it seems they did no major tweaks. The secondary caps look to be a mix of Rubycon & NCC's though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    I just noticed the spg1200 and the new 1300w uses only 6pins for the 8pin pcie.
    There are two black 8-pin connections on the unit, but they are colored differently so I'd guess they're CPU connections. Better hope they include 8-pin PCI-E cables that work fine in those connections. PSU looks nice on the outside. However, that brushed aluminum faceplate would make you think it's a Platinum certified unit.

    I am not interested in buying a Silent Pro Gold and fan controller combo. If they improved upon the ripple suppression then perhaps. Can't wait for a review of these.

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    they use some jumpers on their 6pin, thus 6+2

    i was hoping real 8wires(pin pcie) like that of corsairs ax1200.

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    here in Europe we will get samples latter as it seems

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    I just noticed PureOC wrote a "5.5V".
    It's been a hard day's night and I've been working like a dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boredgunner View Post
    Better hope they include 8-pin PCI-E cables that work fine in those connections.
    Why?
    A 8-pin PCIe is limited to just 150W, if using 6-pin connector with it, you get 50W per wire (that's 4.2 amps), with AWG 18 that's perfectly normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crmaris View Post
    here in Europe we will get samples latter as it seems
    At least CoolerMaster talks to you

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