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For 155 bucks that's a steal. Even though I have no need for a PSU I might have jumped on that just because it's such a good deal. And I *love* my power supply. thumb.gif

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Thanks for all the replies coming in now guys. I think I have one last question before I place this order. The only real 'fault' I've seen levied against this PSU is the weaker than average 5vSb rail. What is this rail used for and how might this effect me?

Oh and just an FYI to anyone wondering about the number of PCIe connections on this PSU because of the discrepancy on a few different reviews with some having 6 6+2 pins and some claiming to have only 5. I did contact Kingwin about this on the 2nd and they said "The LZP-1000 comes with 6 of the 8 pin (6+2 pins) PCI-E connectors. We will correct our website ASAP. " Hopefully that turns out to be true and it does have 6 6+2 pins.
Edited by juano - 2/6/12 at 9:00pm
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post #23 of 33
its for standby power, when your computer is shut off but your psu is still 'on'. i think it might be used for other stuff when your computer is on, not sure about that. there was some mention of it over at jonnyguru forums (in the review discussion)
Edited by Vuashke - 2/6/12 at 9:05pm
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+5VSB powers the motherboard and USB ports when in shutdown, and nothing else.
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Well for a rig that runs 24/7 that sounds like pretty much the best 'fault' a PSU could have then. lachen.gif

Order placed, thanks for the info everyone.
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post #26 of 33
I bought this PSU on friday, i get it today in the mail. I didn't get this deal though, i paid 209 for it. But when I saw jonnyguru's review of it, that was enough for me to buy it.
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post #27 of 33
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Talk to newegg for a quick price adjustnent if you have the coupon.

Let us know how it runs


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post #28 of 33
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Well for a rig that runs 24/7 that sounds like pretty much the best 'fault' a PSU could have then. lachen.gif
Order placed, thanks for the info everyone.

So in essence it comes down to aesthetics to choose between the two lol.

I love the look of those.
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post #29 of 33
I think I may get this PSU after reading this thread. Just checked it out on Newegg. So it does have 6 6+2 connectors and not the 5 listed on Newegg?
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post #30 of 33
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I think I may get this PSU after reading this thread. Just checked it out on Newegg. So it does have 6 6+2 connectors and not the 5 listed on Newegg?

If it does come with 5 you just mail Kingwin and ask for a another one.
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