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huh? ^
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I think HybridCore means over 90% efficient
at all real usage range.

or

that's how many pennies he'll save/year runnin' this Platinum Seasonic cheers.gif
Edited by kink - 6/14/11 at 3:18pm
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Quick update,
the Platinum Seasonics will likely be P-Series {P-860 ect} and not X-860...so I updated the title letter

hopefully lower Watt versions are in the works

yep
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I think HybridCore means over 90% efficient
at all real usage range.
or
that's how many pennies he'll save/year runnin' this Platinum Seasonic
Ah I see, LOL!

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Originally Posted by kink View Post
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Quick update,
the Platinum Seasonics will likely be P-Series {P-860 ect} and not X-860...so I updated the title letter
hopefully lower Watt versions are in the works
yep
Do you know any more about availability?
Seems like these have been coming for centuries, sheesh
I'd prefer something a bit lower than 860 too.

Thanks!

*edit*
Changed from 'instant' to 'weekly' for this thread.
So apologies in advance if I don't respond right away.
Edited by jalyst - 7/25/11 at 10:31am
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Wake me up when September begins =P
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Wake me up when September begins =P
What so it's finally going to be available in September?
What do you base that claim on? Any links about availability?
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http://www.techpowerup.com/149595/Se...-Launches.html

Estimated Sept.
as in lots of tech bits, could be as late as Thanksgiving,

or not ===
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http://www.techpowerup.com/149595/Se...-Launches.html

Estimated Sept.
as in lots of tech bits, could be as late as Thanksgiving,

or not ===
Ah thanks, nice...
Might swap-out my X-650 for a P-860.
Esp. since I may be hitting my X650's ceiling soon.
Can't wait. Thanks again!
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Ah thanks, nice...
Might swap-out my X-650 for a P-860.
Esp. since I may be hitting my X650's ceiling soon.
Can't wait. Thanks again!
What are you getting that might make your X-650 become insufficient?
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Remains to be seen, not at that point yet.
Will asses when I'm there....
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