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The Hawaii GPUs sometimes seem to enjoy doing this... I would disable ULPS to see if it still acts up. This likely is not a PSU issue.
G2 and T2 build quality is pretty well identical. That's the best thing about Super Flower as an OEM... they're serious about taking on Seasonic, and they know that's what it takes to do it.
And then there was the "950W" -
One of the first units I ever reviewed:
Disable that Asus Anti-Surge stuff... it's useless. My Asus board does that too with the best power supplies on the market.
Absolutely. Most of the time, any time power is applied to the unit, the primary side heatsinks are sitting there live at a couple hundred volts or more. Touch them with the power cord in and the switch on and you will get zapped. The main filter caps can hold a charge for a long time with the power disconnected as well.Any time I open a unit for a review, I'm always very careful to keep my fingers away from the primary side PCB traces under the board. I have had units arc...
Luck of the draw - any unit from any OEM has a chance at developing it, though some platforms seem to be worse than others.If it gets any worse, just RMA it. The RMi units are fantastic performers.
You're stuck with a decent PSU, not a crappy one. Yes, there are better units on the market, but that does not mean the RM units are junk that should be avoided at all costs. The current CWT built version of these units is actually pretty darn good for performance.If it does rated power, it's not overrated.
There is no ripple bug unless you get one of the first few on the market with the wrong PFC frequency, and even then you can't really call it much of a bug when ripple is still crazy low.
It's summer. We hit 33 today... it's coming down now, thankfully.
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