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http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...su,5440-3.html

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1x Chemi-Con (420V, 560uF, 2000h @ 105°C, KMR)
1x Nichicon (400V, 680uF, 2000h @ 105°C, GG)

not even closely matched for capacity
They don't need to be matched if they're in parallel as the voltage would be 400v but capacitance would be added up.
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Maybe the Tom's policy is to make the videos (with photos embedded) instead of just photos maybe because in a video is more simple to include ads.

But I vote for the pictures apart from the videos.

Anyway we all appreciate your efforts Aris.
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Now I did have an idea on how perhaps to display the voltage and ripple in a 'new' way; but new is not always better.
That's certainly not new.
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Didn't realize people also put the ripple on the plot for reviews.

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You can plug an EPS cable to a PCIe socket and vice-versa and these connectors aren't electrically compatible!
FWIW, they are electrically compatible on my sample. Which, incidentally, uses different output devices on the 12V, otherwise everything else looks the same.

My review is coming Monday.
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hm weird, I will double check mine. Thanks for the heads up!
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For reference, my modular board is revision E01, dated 2017/03/02.
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