There is a video on YouTube , the man in the video says that modern CPU Consumes absolutely no watt at start up ~ 0 Watt ,
Therefor if you are using a PSU with ATX 12V v2.2 it won boot .
This Problem is solved in ATX 12V v2.3 PSUs .
How true is this statement .
I am building a pc with i3 3220 and GA-b75m-d3h , i read the manual of motherboard , there is absolutely no information regarding this .
also there is no strict rule , that if you are using ivy bridge you should use ATX 12V v2.3 PS.
I want to use My two year old PSU which is ATX 12V v2.2[ it has all required connector 24 pin,8 pin ,and other] with core i3 3220 and GA-B75M-D3H.
I have never seen something like this but i don't know.
So is it going to be problem or i can safely use it ?
and Corsair PSU webpage says "0.99 Active Power Factor Correction provides clean and reliable power"
checkout the webpage http://www.corsair.com/en/power-supply-units/cx-series-...
I used to think that active pfc has to do something with input current ,
now what is all about reliable DC electricity .
DC power means electrons flows only in one direction , it hard to figure our which is unreliable DC current .
only parameters come to my mind are Current , Watt and potential difference
How to distinguish between two DC current i used to think that DC current is Universal now corsair says that there is something like
"reliable DC current " so there must be a " unreliable DC current " too . but the question is how to identify it ?
for me active PFC means :
1] no input voltage switch , a same psu can be used in different countries
2] and there is nothing like reliable dc power and unreliable dc power , DC current is universal
I shall update the post once i install the old PSU with no active PFC in it