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Default Be Quiet! Purer Power 10 Leak

The Pure Power 9 had only a short life time, the new Pure Power 10 are leakt

http://www.tweakpc.de/news/38973/onl...pure-power-10/

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FSP Raider II which has DC-DC.
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What was wrong with 9?
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What was wrong with 9?
Price; it was just a basic FSP Raider unit so there was no DC-DC modules thus you got poor regulation, only decent ripple-noise suppression, and an overall "budget" level product in terms of performance but packed into a mid-range priced unit.

Likewise, it's predecessor the L8 was a better performing unit overall which came out at a slightly cheaper price with all the same features.
PurePower L9 600w for comparison.

A simpler way of putting it; imagine if you came out with the last revision of the CX430 after putting out the CX450 but discontinued the CX450.
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What was wrong with 9?
It was silent and the efficiency was at low loads very good, technically an 300W Platinum PSU





But the Voltage Regulation was not so good but not bad

take a look

http://www.tweakpc.de/hardware/tests...r_9_cm/s04.php


But was criticized from many sides, Forums, some Reviews....
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I would call it bad: https://tweakers.net/productreview/1...9-500w-cm.html. Your 3,3V is worse, but 5V and 12V is much better. That probably means that the load on the 3,3V and 5V is unrealistic high. I don't load the 3,3V and 5V that much in normal load test because that's not realistic with a modern PC.

Anyhow for who missed it, this is Raider II: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/show...8&postcount=23

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I would call it bad:

Have already seen much worse for an Cheap group regulated PSU it is ok
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Have already seen much worse for an Cheap group regulated PSU it is ok
I haven't because a cheap double forward design with group regulation already performed better. Or are you talking about really crappy push-pull or single forward non 80PLUS power supplies?

How many amps are pulled from the 3,3V and 5V with normal load testing on TweakPC?
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I haven't because a cheap double forward design with group regulation already performed better. Or are you talking about really crappy push-pull or single forward non 80PLUS power supplies?
OK from that point of view

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How many amps are pulled from the 3,3V and 5V with normal load testing on TweakPC?
the Loads are 80 Plus calculated
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