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Default PRIME Titanium vs PRIME Ultra Titanium

https://seasonic.com/product/prime-850-w-titanium/
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-u...50-w-titanium/

https://plugloadsolutions.com/psu_re...584_Report.pdf

https://plugloadsolutions.com/psu_re...4.2_Report.pdf

Looks like those reports are a copy paste, 100% identical results.

Is there any differences to these 2 PSUs?
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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.
"SATA 3.3" refers to the (relatively) new standard of /not/ tying PWDIS to 3.3V, so it'll work with new drives that support that feature. More on that here.

As far as my thoughts on these changes go:
  • Good (assuming ripple doesn't go up much)
  • Good
  • Good, those are always handy when running random non-computer stuff from a computer power supply
  • I'd really like to see the power supply's connectors updated instead of providing an adapter, but it's better than nothing I suppose
  • Seasonic probably won't make me happy with the fans unless they go back to ball bearings, but the market seems to want FDBs instead so I do respect their decision to use them
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I did read that they removed the caps, but the non ultimate prime already didnt have them? http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...tory2&reid=487

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Functionality (20% of the final score) - again, just like the 750W model, this unit does everything right and nothing wrong. No Bergs where I hate them. No ribbons where I hate them. No capacitors in the cables. One PCIe connector per cable. Semi-fanless mode. The list goes on and on with this thing. 10.
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I did read that they removed the caps, but the non ultimate prime already didnt have them? http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...tory2&reid=487
Hello,

PRIME Titanium 1000 and PRIME Platinum and Gold had some. With PRIME Ultra, there won't have some anymore.

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Hello,

PRIME Titanium 1000 and PRIME Platinum and Gold had some. With PRIME Ultra, there won't have some anymore.

Thank you.
Best Regards,

So being the 850w Titanium, is there any difference between these 2?
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-850-w-titanium/
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-u...50-w-titanium/
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So being the 850w Titanium, is there any difference between these 2?
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-850-w-titanium/
https://seasonic.com/product/prime-u...50-w-titanium/
Hello,

Few minor upgrades else, they are the same.

Thank you.
Best Regards,
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