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Is the PSU list stored within the program or online?

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Is the PSU list stored within the program or online?

Online DB. That way we don't have issues with different versions not having the same numbers, unless we make a major change.

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Is the PSU list stored within the program or online?
Online, so that app hangs while waiting for the server atm :/ V1 might have the ability to have the stuff saved offline though smile.gif

Anyways, heres the link for 0.9 for you guys to beta test tongue.gif
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guess having this can help all the psu questions eg. how many watts do i need
edit: gonna give it a shot biggrin.gif


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have a .Net initialization error when clicking the exe. hmm
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have a .Net initialization error when clicking the exe. hmm
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No recommended PSUs if wattage is 250w or below?

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It's good but don't recommend anything from Thermaltake's TR2 line. Those are notoriously awful.

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I don't think we do, except for the TR2 ***P series, which is actually decent. Majority of TR2 did not make the grade however.

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Thanks, on the to-do list, as well as for PSUs >1200W.

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