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The key point being made is that about the connectors and how they are actually constructed... this is where the extra loss will be, whatever that figure maybe... loss that you are paying for, also when you look at how many power looms will actually be required in an operational system then it is likely that most if not all modular connections will be connected.
Hey NCSA,

I heard Tony over at XS was saying that the new OCZ Evostreams are pretty solid just like the GamerXtreme, i might pick one up and see when they release it
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Yes the newer OCZ have had a good response... it will come down to what you are to run, future upgrades, etc.

Key other factors to look for are Operating temps .. those that Quote 50C are able to support their quoted rails... those that do not prob. are rated at 25C, in which case their rails will never be able to deliver their rated spec.

Hold up time should be > 17ms

These small factors make the difference between those PSUs that can and those that would like to think so...
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The main consideration is whether a PSU is well engineered and well built.

A solid modular PSU will deliver the power you need. Engineers KNOW there is added resistance, and adjust the rails accordingly (resulting in the right voltages, and somewhat lower currents)

I tried to point out the pros and cons in my FAQ, and yes, it's an opinion.

Personally, I like the solution Enermax has for it's Galaxy, which has all necesary connection fixed (24 pin, 4 pin, a few molexes, couple of SATA connectors, PCI-E) while additional ones are modular. It would be nice to see more (and cheaper) PSUs with that solution.
    
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