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On the CX750M and CX850M, the only thing that really changed was the primary switcher so it could operate at higher temperatures.

It's the lower wattages that are drastically different.
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Ripple could even be way lower than 30 since you won't stress the CX750M hard.

@Jonny: I thought Orion said it was the bridge rectifier?
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Ripple could even be way lower than 30 since you won't stress the CX750M hard.

@Jonny: I thought Orion said it was the bridge rectifier?
Doh! I had an Aleppo moment. I keep getting that mixed up. Yes. It's the bridge rectifier that got the upgrade.
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