Originally Posted by Tator Tot
It wasn't broken, it was from Antec's UK site. You need to change your preferences on the website to see their site.
Antec's US site only has the VP450 since they don't sell any of the VP-P units here in the US as PFC is not a requirement for power supplies here.
Like wise, if you have a question regarding OCP thresholds, then you can always email customer support and have them look into it for you.
I've gone there before asking you. I found this table:
You can see he OCP Set Point column is empty. Same is for Australia/New Zealand site. That colum is empty. One can argue the Range Max column is actually depicting the OCP Set Point column which is not true. Because if you go to VP 550P, you'll find the exact same table. That means 30 A on each +12V rail. Now 30 A at +12V is surely not the OCP trip point for VP 550P. Because if you download their product manual/flyer you'll find 30 A is the max load on each rail(the confusing value we were talking about that is given to prevent consumers from damaging the PSU). It is not the OCP threshold for VP 550P. So if the Range Max colum of the table of VP550 P is not actually the OCP threshold point of VP 550P rather the max load
, it is very natural to assume same is true for VP 450P which means Range Max column is not the OCP set point.
Then why are the tables for both products exactly same? Most probably because they copied the table from VP550 P to VP 450 P blindly, forgetting that the specifications for two tables is different. Based on this assumption, VP 550 P table is right and VP450P table is erroneous.
I think you've got my point.