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Apevia's Beast 680W. About two years old.
http://www.apevia.com/ProductsInfo.a...=ATX-AS680W-BK

I like Apevia's specs. They basically admit that ripple and noise exceed ATX specs, at 62mV and 102mV on the +3.3V and +5V rails, respectively. And they expect you to pull a combined +5V and +3.3V draw of 330W? I don't think that's physically possible. And it has a -5V rail, so it predates March, 2003.


I'd be shocked if this thing could provide more than 250W.
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
http://www.apevia.com/ProductsInfo.a...=ATX-AS680W-BK

I like Apevia's specs. They basically admit that ripple and noise exceed ATX specs, at 62mV and 102mV on the +3.3V and +5V rails, respectively. And they expect you to pull a combined +5V and +3.3V draw of 330W? I don't think that's physically possible. And it has a -5V rail, so it predates March, 2003.


I'd be shocked if this thing could provide more than 250W.
You pretty well got me confused there soo, could it be lack of power turning off my pc, it never did that before
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You pretty well got me confused there soo, could it be lack of power turning off my pc, it never did that before
Basically, if I had a checklist with all the dishonest, crappy, and stupid things a company can do to make a bad power supply, that Apevia would probably check every one.
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Lol. Thats horrible. Even if your problem might not be PSU (which I am thinking it is at this point) related, I would still buy another one.
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