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But more seriously probably this: https://www.moddiy.com/product_image...57840_zoom.jpg instead of this: https://www.moddiy.com/product_image...57503_zoom.jpg

First one works better for cases with the SSD behind the motherboard.
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First one is the traditional way, second one is called 90 degree.

I don't get the 180 degree tilt, yet.
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All Titanium and all Platinum and Gold with 750W and above have 2. That should include all units that cost 150 or more
And I guess you can always extra cables from Seasonic, if your build only has a fat CPU.
Prime Platinum 650W is 155 euro here. If someone buys the most high-end PSU series you expect that someone also has a high-end PC. For example every shown Threadripper motherboard currently has more than a single 8 pins EPS. A lot of socket 2066 motherboards also have a second CPU power connector. So it would make sense to at such a connector.

For their mainstream stuff like Focus is makes sense to cut some costs to keep the price low. But Prime (Ultra) isn't cheap, it's expensive.
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Sincerely I really see no reason to release a new model every year.
They release new models just to release a new one without new features.
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We don't release new models just for the sake of releasing new models. Situation occur where logistics or production process changes may require us to make model naming modifications at which time we also take the opportunity to make minor upgrades and adjustments.
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Hello Ehume,

For the Power Disable feature, it can be found on some of the new HDD's on the market and it requires a specific SATA cable. Without this cable/adapter, your HDD won't spin up/power up. You may refer to this to get more information.

For the pictures, for now I don't know yet when they will be available but we will make sure to put some online.

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Sorry but I still don't understand what's new.

This is the prime page:
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-1000-w-titanium/

and this the prime ultra page:
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-u...00-w-titanium/

both pages are identical even in the tech specs section.
if you have nothing new to say on that page, why make a new model?
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Please see post #25.

Nevertheless, DC cable inline capacitors have been removed. Minor changes and improvements to components and performance. PSU start up tester added. SATA 3.3 adapter added. The fan may have been changed as well, but I am not sure about that one. I need to check with our PM.
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Please see post #25.

Nevertheless, DC cable inline capacitors have been removed. Minor changes and improvements to components and performance. PSU start up tester added. SATA 3.3 adapter added. The fan may have been changed as well, but I am not sure about that one. I need to check with our PM.
I don't want to be polemic, don't hate me, but nothing that deserve an "ultra" word in the name.
Ok this is a question of tastes, no need to argue on tastes but I think that is better to reserve the Ultra Uber Super Mega for something solid, in other cases, some users may think that you really added something new.
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Ok, next time we will ask you first.
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Ok, next time we will ask you first.
sure, it could be better.
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