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No. 70% efficiency at 2% load.
Turning off the fan at such low loads probably helps a good bit.

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Turning off the fan at such low loads probably helps a good bit.
Turning off the fan at 2% load is pretty much required.
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I accidentally read the title of this topic as "Patent for PSU with a battlecry?" and it painted a very weird image in my head.
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In the end the future of ATX will be decided mostly by Intel. Other companies have to either follow their standard or they will simply ignore it (modern VGA power draw clearly exceeds transient load characteristics defined by Intel). PSU vendors have little influence here and need to follow what the latest components require.
PSU Companys could come together with ASUS; MSI and Gigabyte and adpot OEM 12V Only specs.
They are already there (though not hard specified), it just needs a plug on the Board...
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