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    Default EVGA EPower VRM board

    It's my PSU in a box!
    Ooo-ooh,
    My PSU in a box, baby!

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    LOL!

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    I'd be surprised if EVGA sold even a hundred of those things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero82z View Post
    I'd be surprised if EVGA sold even a hundred of those things.
    I wouldn't, but I'd be surprised if a hundred of those sold actually ended up in a working system, and not a pile of broken bits.
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    Can it do constant-current mode, instead of constant-voltage? Would be great for something like 10x Luminus SST-90 if it could :P

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    its sold out

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