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Aris Mpitziopoulos is a Contributing Editor at Tom's Hardware US, covering PSUs.
Excellent review , thanks!Reply
Excellent review. But I cannot view the video's, what format do you use?Reply
all of we need is 500w class digital titanium++ psu with this advance technology..Reply
Well, pc is much more efficient right now..
I wonder how many people will use it anyway...
Videos working fine here.Reply
PCs are more efficient, however graphics cards once pushed are not and many users tend to overclock their GPUs. Moreover, those units are intended for multi-GPU systems.
Do you do you fan and noise measurements with 110V or 220V? That should make a difference in this case at least.Reply
20574970 said:Do you do you fan and noise measurements with 110V or 220V? That should make a difference in this case at least.
115V but I also take noise measurements with 230V because of Cybenetics.
115V: 23.25 dB(A)
230V: 23.29 dB(A)
Specifically at what point does it change from passive to active cooling using either 110V or 220V?Reply
please check the CL noise graph of the review.Reply
Primary DSC should be NXP Freescale MC56F8236Reply
Secondary DSC is Texas Instruments UCD3138064A