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With a $90 rebate it is $130 at NewEgg. It has a digital PWM, like the DFI X48 LT/UT, however it is a 5 phase rather than 8-phase.

The digital PWM is intriguging vs. the separate chokes and capacitors on the analog PWM buck convertors on most others.

Is it any good? Can it handle pushing Kentfield to high speeds with high FSBs? Is the digitial PWM capable of big power with high stability (that is the attraction isn't it, more stable, lower ripple, CPU power)?

Do you have one?
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