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post #391 of 392 (permalink) Old 04-08-2016, 01:14 PM
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Other PSU companies hate them; Corsair's one weird trick to get you from a 7 to a 10
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FREMONT, CA – April 8th 2016 - Corsair®, the world’s most awarded and recommended PC power supply brand1, today announced the immediate increase in warranty from 7 years to 10 years for several series of Corsair computer power supply ranges. From today all current and future Corsair AXi, HXi, RMi and RMx PSUs will benefit from an additional three years of warranty, with no extra registration or action required by customers. Corsair’s commitment to PSU quality and longevity has always been at the heart of its entire PSU line-up, and is why millions of customers have chosen Corsair PSUs to power their PCs. This commitment isn’t just made at the manufacturing level – it’s also at the heart of Corsair’s customer support experience, ensuring customers who choose a Corsair PSU have faith and confidence in their purchase for years to come.

It’s that confidence in the durability and longevity of Corsair’s wide range of PSUs that has allowed it to increase the warranty of all AXi range (launched in 2012), HXi range (launched in 2014) and RMi/RMx range (launched in 2015) PSUs from 7 years to 10 years, ensuring buyers a decade of peace of mind for their PC’s power supply.

Customers are not required to register or provide additional information to benefit from this extra coverage. The extended warranty is granted worldwide and across all eligible PSUs sold to date and on all future sales of the eligible PSUs.

With an extra three years of warranty, enthusiasts, system builders and gamers alike can be confident that their Corsair AXi, HXi, RMi or RMx PSU will provide, efficient, stable power well into the next decade and beyond.

Please refer to the qualifying product list below:
AXi Series PSUs launched with a 7 year warranty. Now have a 10 year warranty.
HXi Series PSUs launched with a 7 year warranty. Now have a 10 year warranty.
RMi Series PSUs launched with a 7 year warranty. Now have a 10 year warranty.
RMx Series PSUs launched with a 7 year warranty. Now have a 10 year warranty.
The warranty of all other Corsair PSUs remains unchanged.

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post #392 of 392 (permalink) Old 04-15-2016, 02:00 AM - Thread Starter
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Super Flower develops new Titanium-capable series of platforms, possibly Leadex successor

Super Flower's factory documents reveal the OEM's plans and load tables for a new high-end line. Right now it consists of specification tables for 650W, 700W, 750W, 800W, 850W, 900W, 1000W and 1200W power outputs, with efficiency ranging from 80+ Bronze to the highest 80+ Titanium.

http://www.orionpsudb.com/application/files/7214/6065/1319/SFexport4xc.pdf

The new platforms' naming scheme is F14HG for the 80+ Gold design, F14HP for the Platinum one and so on.

Comparatively, the current Leadex-family model names are F14MG, F14MP and F14MT respectively for the 80+ Gold, Platinum and Titanium versions.

Most of Super Flower's high-end designs are highly customisable in terms of efficiency and power output - for example, their Leadex family (which some people mistakenly refer to as a single platform) is chopped up to several different efficiency levels (Silver, Gold, Platinum, Titanium) and different power levels (400-850W, 900-1300W, and over 1300W), which means a 400W Leadex Gold is a totally different platform than a 1000W Leadex Platinum.

The new series' load tables are largely the same as the Leadex ones. The +12V rail rating being almost as high as the whole PSU's total output power reveals the use of DC-DC converters on the secondary side.

It is possible that this new platforms are Super Flower's first digital or semi-digital designs, since it feels appropriate for them to try and catch up with the competition in this field. There are no more details or launch date estimates available yet.

http://www.orionpsudb.com/news/super-flower-develops-new-titanium-capable-series-of-platforms-possibly-leadex-successor

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