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SeaSonic x1250 is a single rail psu, single @ 104a in the +12v rail.
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Nope.
Newegg needs to be notified then... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151109
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Nope.

Funny how Seasonic's website says the SAME thing. rolleyes.gif
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Funny how Seasonic's website says the SAME thing. rolleyes.gif
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Newegg needs to be notified then... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151109
Not really, newegg works with the specs being provided by the manufacturer, and the X-1250, like the X-1050 and XP-1000/860, are falsely advertised by Seasonic as being single rail units, they're in fact quad rail designs.

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Wipe your mouth.
Not really, newegg works with the specs being provided by the manufacturer, and the X-1250, like the X-1050 and XP-1000/860, are falsely advertised by Seasonic as being single rail units, they're in fact quad rail designs.
Ah, that marketing scheme for those clueless buyers who look for "a single strong rail" that doesn't really mean anything. Me hates it.
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Not really, newegg works with the specs being provided by the manufacturer, and the X-1250, like the X-1050 and XP-1000/860, are falsely advertised by Seasonic as being single rail units, they're in fact quad rail designs.
If so, show please a proof where we can see that what you are telling is true. For now I will believe that the PSU advertising (on the same PSU shows a single 104a on the +12v rail) is true. Thank you.

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Indeed.... though I wouldn't call Seasonic out for it, on paper they catered to the uneducated crowd while actually offering a superior product than the one advertised.

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Indeed.... though I wouldn't call Seasonic out for it, on paper they catered to the uneducated crowd while actually offering a superior product than the one advertised.

they are asking where u heard this to be educated . keep this from being a flame thread and just quote a good review

its a 1050 watt review same series , does say something about 4 rails

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4508/seasonic_x_1050_1050w_power_supply_review/index4.html


i do believe seasonic to be among the very best you can buy, without question their power supplys have never failed me or anyone i know. i have atleast 5 seasonic power supplies that i own. corsair IS hit and miss.

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If so, show please a proof where we can see that what you are telling is true. For now I will believe that the PSU advertising (on the same PSU shows a single 104a on the +12v rail) is true. Thank you.
Here you go, and one more.
All the units mentioned above use the exact same platform with minor variation in the electronics used, ICs mostly.... all are quad rail with the following OCP trip point settings:
12v1 - 30A
12v2 - 30A
12v3 - 45A
12v4 - 45A

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they are asking where u heard this to be educated . keep this from being a flame thread and just quote a good review
its a 1050 watt review same series , does say something about 4 rails
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4508/seasonic_x_1050_1050w_power_supply_review/index4.html
I know that doing research by yourself can be scary... but trust me, you'll be fine.. despite common belief, you won't develop Leprosy or anything like that.

edit: I see you actually did it, I'm proud smile.gif

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