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Not exactly Value, but considering what you get; that 400w is perfect for most people.
The gentleman from PCP&C/OCZ needs to read this:
Change that 6+2pin PCIe connector on the 400W unit to two 6pin connectors.. it will add far superior functionality to that unit considering there are no graphic cards that use one 6+2pin connector but there are many that use two 6pin connectors and fit the power envelope of that unit.. as it is, the 400W(especially at that price) is pointless.

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Do we need another high end unit from Super Flower coming to the market.
Haha, yeah.. well, I want to see new stuff, like the Platinum units from GreatWall or SAMA(?)
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Oh I agree, my inner nerd wants to see everyone being different and doing their own thing, while being "good" about it.

I agree too. Especially since the stock S12II Bronze 430w unit uses two PCIe connects (6 Pin & 6+2 Pin connectors.)
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The gentleman from PCP&C/OCZ needs to read this:
Change that 6+2pin PCIe connector on the 400W unit to two 6pin connectors.. it will add far superior functionality to that unit considering there are no graphic cards that use one 6+2pin connector ...
Be careful with such bold statements: they might came back and bite you.

There *are* graphic cards that use one 8 pin or 6+2 pin PCIe power connector: e.g. Zotac GTS250. I happen to own one: ZT20106-10P. It looks like Zotac produced this card for Asus, it comes with an Asus sticker in the box.

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Be careful with such bold statements: they might came back and bite you.

There *are* graphic cards that use one 8 pin or 6+2 pin PCIe power connector: e.g. Zotac GTS250. I happen to own one: ZT20106-10P. It looks like Zotac produced this card for Asus, it comes with an Asus sticker in the box.
That doesn't count really.. that VGA can't use that much power anyway
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