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So Haswell CPU's have a new sleep state that allows the CPU to sleep while only using .05A (previously .5A with Ivy). Problem is that supposedly not all PSU's can handle this low of a draw. Intel has released to my company a list of supported and tested PSU's but I was just wondering if you guys were simply disabling C6/7 or doing research on you PSU and leaving it on.


The current Intel approved list (5/31/13) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
APPENDIX A (INTEL®”S PSU TESTED LIST):
BRAND
MODEL NUMBER
CORSAIR
75-001181 - (GS600)
CORSAIR
75-001182 - (GS700)
CORSAIR
75-001183 - (GS800)
CORSAIR
75-001315 - (TX650)
CORSAIR
75-001218 - (HX750)
CORSAIR
75-001219 - (HX850)
CORSAIR
75-001220 - (HX1050)
CORSAIR
75-001447 - (CX750)
CORSAIR
75-001311 - (TX850)
CORSAIR
75-001309 - (TX750)
CORSAIR
75-000784 - (AX1200i)
CORSAIR
75-001316 - (650TXM)
CORSAIR
75-001303 - (AX860i)
CORSAIR
75-001310 - (TX750M)
CORSAIR
75-001312 - (TX850M)
CORSAIR
75-001302 - (AX760i)
CORSAIR
75-001304 - (AX760)
CORSAIR
75-001305 - (AX860)
CORSAIR
75-002019 -(CX750M)
Seasonic
SSP-550RT
Seasonic
SS-300TGW
InWin
IP-S300GQ3-2
InWin
IP-S400GQ3-2
InWin
IP-S350GQ3-2
FSP
FSP450-60ETN

APPENDIX B (VENDOR TESTED PSU LIST):
BRAND
MODEL NUMBER
BRAND
MODEL NUMBER
Delta
DPS-300AB-84 A
IN-WIN
IP-S300GQ3-2
Delta
GPS-300HB A
IN-WIN
IP-S350GQ3-2
Delta
DPS-300AB-61 A
IN-WIN
IP-S400GQ3-2
Delta
DPS-300AB-67 A
IN-WIN
IP-P300GF7-2
Delta
DPS-320PB A
IN-WIN
IP-P300HF7-2
Delta
DPS-275AB-1 A
CWT
GPM(DD)
Delta
DPS-300AB-74 A
CWT
GPK(DD)
Delta
DPS-250AB-88 A
CWT
CSG
Delta
DPS-250AB-78 A
Solytech
SL-8220BTX
Delta
DPS-250AB-68 A
Solytech
SL-8240BTX
Delta
DPS-250AB-67 A
Solytech
SL-8270BTX
Delta
DPS-250AB-79 A
Solytech
SL-8320BTX
Delta
DPS-300AB-86 A
Solytech
SL-8360BTX
Delta
GPS-350LB A
Solytech
SL-8400BTX
Delta
DPS-250AB-89 A
Solytech
SL-8460BTX
Seasonic
SSP-350GT
Solytech
SL-8220EPS
Seasonic
SSP-450RT
Solytech
SL-8240EPS
Seasonic
SS-300TGW
Solytech
SL-8270EPS
Seasonic
SS-350TGM
Solytech
SL-8320EPS
Seasonic
SS-400FL2
Solytech
SL-8360EPS
Seasonic
SSP-300GT
Solytech
SL-8400EPS
Seasonic
SS-250TGW
Solytech
SL-8460EPS
Acbel
PCB025 /PCB042
Solytech
SL-8160SFX
Acbel
PCB039
Solytech
SL-8180SFX
Acbel
PCB040
Solytech
SL-8220SFX
Acbel
PCB026 /PCB043
Solytech
SL-8250SFX
Acbel
PCB041
Solytech
SL-8270SFX
Acbel
PCB027/PCB044
Solytech
SL-8300SFX
Acbel
PCA022
FSP
AURUM 400
Acbel
PCB029
FSP
AURUM 500
Acbel
PCA012
FSP
AURUM 600
Acbel
PCA007
FSP
AURUM 700
Acbel
PCA008
FSP
AURUM CM 550
Acbel
PCC019
FSP
AURUM CM 650
Acbel
PCA023
FSP
AURUM CM 750
Acbel
PCA024
FSP
AURUM PRO 1000
Acbel
FSB009
FSP
AURUM PRO 1200
Acbel
HB9027
FSP
AURUM PRO 850

BRAND
MODEL NUMBER
BRAND
MODEL NUMBER
EVGA
120-PG-0750-GR
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 1200
EVGA
120-PG-0650-GR
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 1000
EVGA
120-PB-0750-KR
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 800
EVGA
120-G2-1000-XR
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 700
FSP
AURUM S 400
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 600
FSP
AURUM S 450
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 550
FSP
AURUM S 500
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Gold 450
FSP
AURUM S 550
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Hybrid 1200
FSP
AURUM S 600
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Hybrid 1050
FSP
AURUM S 650
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Hybrid 850
FSP
AURUM S 700
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 1500
FSP
AURUM Xilenser 400W
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 1000
FSP
AURUM Xilenser 500W
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 850
FSP
FSP250-60SGV
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 720
FSP
FSP300-60SGV
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 620
FSP
FSP350-60EGN
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 520
FSP
FSP400-60EGN
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro M2 420
FSP
FSP450-60EGN
CoolerMaster
GX2 750
FSP
FSP500-60EGN
CoolerMaster
GX2 650
FSP
FSP550-80EGN
CoolerMaster
GX2 550
FSP
FSP600-80EGN
CoolerMaster
GX2 450
FSP
FSP650-80EGN
CoolerMaster
I700
FSP
FSP700-80EGN
CoolerMaster
I600
FSP
FSP750-80EGN
CoolerMaster
I500
FSP
AURUM 92+ 450
CoolerMaster
EX2 725
FSP
AURUM 92+ 550
CoolerMaster
EX2 625
FSP
AURUM 92+ 650
CoolerMaster
EX2 525
FSP
FSP400-60ETN
CoolerMaster
EX2 475
FSP
FSP450-60ETN
CoolerMaster
Elite 460
FSP
FSP500-70ETN
CoolerMaster
Elite 400
FSP
FSP550-80ETN
CoolerMaster
Elite 350
FSP
FSP600-80ETN
CoolerMaster
Elite 350
FSP
FSP650-80ETN
FSP
FSP700-80ETN
FSP
FSP750-80ETN
CoolerMaster
V1000
CoolerMaster
V850
CoolerMaster
V700
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Platinum 1000
CoolerMaster
Silent Pro Platinum 550
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I'm confused. One of the PSU experts on here said that if the PSU's secondary is Group-Regulated, then it's not compatible. Well, there are a lot of Group-Regulated units on this list!

 

So now I'm wondering what makes a PSU compatible.

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Thread Starter 
I also read something about DC to DC regulated rails means you are GTG as well. Other articles indicated that most quality PSU's should be fine with C7 minus low end and old gen models.
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JonnyGURU posted the following regarding replicating Intel's testing process:
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Originally Posted by JonnyGURU 
Put 0.1A on +12V1.
Put 0.05A on +12V2.
If the PSU has a single +12V rail, 0.15A load on the +12V does the same thing.
Put the maximum load on the +3.3V and +5V.
The way I calculate this is to take the maximum and divide by 4.15 and then divide by 2.
For example: Max combined for +3.3V and +5V is 150W. (150/4.15)/2=18A per rail.

A pass is when all voltages are within 5%. Typically, the PSU, if group regulated, will go beyond 12.6V.
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So then one of us needs to specify which of the PSUs in this long list are group regulated. Sigh. I feel a bit overwhelmed at the moment.

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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (C:\) 250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (D:\) 150 GB WD VelociRaptor Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung SH-S203N 20X DVD Burner Thermaltake Frio Win 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 Retail AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 Intellimouse Optical (1.1A) 1000Hz polling rate 
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