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well i just got back from my oklahoma today.
i sent my bad psu to them a couple weeks ago it was a 850W

when i open the box from them today i got


thats right a brand new 1010W

not a bad deal i say


they'll keep my business
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post #2 of 12
WOW Im gonna kill my OCZ now
post #3 of 12
I think I would be asking for a lower wattage one back. Don't plan on going over 50% load on that thing or you will start getting out of spec ripple.
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post #4 of 12
That's good thing about lifetime warranties. I once had an EVGA 7900GT Signature Series which artifacted badly at stock settings. I RMA'd it and they sent me an 8800 GTS (G80) instead, right when they first had come out.
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OCZ ripple problem i think has kinda been solved. now that PCNP are making thier PSU's im sure that it wont have any more issues. Ive been running mine in and out of 2 builds and its been running great even under SLi stress.
    
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post #6 of 12
PC P&C aren't making OCZ psus. PC P&C don't make their own psus. I am unaware of any revisions to the FSP based OCZs that fix ripple problems. And also, the 1010W stands out as being worse than the rest of the line with ripple issues under normal loads, not when the psu is near it's max load.

*edit* - I forgot to mention that when I say they don't make their own psus, they are like companies and contract psus makers to build psus for them to their specifications.
Edited by shinji2k - 5/14/08 at 1:38pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by shinji2k View Post
PC P&C aren't making OCZ psus. PC P&C don't make their own psus. I am unaware of any revisions to the FSP based OCZs that fix ripple problems. And also, the 1010W stands out as being worse than the rest of the line with ripple issues under normal loads, not when the psu is near it's max load.

*edit* - I forgot to mention that when I say they don't make their own psus, they are like companies and contract psus makers to build psus for them to their specifications.
well since im a power engineer ill hook this ***** up my my test bench will see how it does...

ac -> dc will always have a ripple it should be fine but will see ill bust out the scope
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post #8 of 12
Here's a review to compare your results to:
http://hardocp.com/article.html?art=...wxLCxobmV3cw==
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post #9 of 12
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i read that after i did a couple quik test..

this is on a purely R load.... 0 XC 0 XL
im not sure what kind a load the cpu gpu and everything is

but with an R load its about 120mv across the board
witch is kinda high imo
i was expecting it to be under 100mv and under a varying load like a computer and a computer is going to have reactance its probably going to get worse

so who ever is in the market for a new psu

dont get the 1010

now im kinda disappointed
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post #10 of 12
I have yet to see a review for your old 850W so I have no clue how it performs compared to the 1kW. Probably a little better since the platform will be less stretched. But it's not a complete loss. That review didn't run into trouble until 500W+ and the good thing is your rig won't come close to that on load.
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