Hmmm ... there is some things I would like to see, however, I suspect these would be somewhat niche and / or make it too expensive so I could not afford one with these properties
(1) Software readable sensors, including to obvious things like temperature, fan speed and voltage also more obscure things like ripple amounts, component degrading amounts and general PSU heath assessment in the sensor software. What I would also quite like sensors wise is ability to log the quality of the incoming power quality from the wall (spikes, brownouts, etc)
(2) Optional water cooling (Hybrid cooling?) - I mean stuff like having the conventional fan in the PSU and Heatsink(s) - just that the heatsinks are hollow and there is G1/4 threads on the PSU so you can just put it under water and make it run cooler/more quiet.
(3) Obviously fully modular and ideally with good mix of wiring which is more than the minimal needed for the PSU. I mean stuff like, for example, having two different length 24 pin cables in the box so that you can pick the more fitting (with top mounted PSU you usually end up with excess ~20 ..30 cm of 24 pin cabling which is usually pretty stiff), different length SATA cabling, preferably two versions with one having the usual 15 cm between connectors and another with the shorter 10 cm between connectors. Good number of PCI-e connectors even on PSU's under 1+ kW (many mid range cards don't use 8 pin so it should be an option to get 2x 6 pin instead of single 8 pin)
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Mhm. It's hard enough meeting FCC limits on radiative EMI *with* a metal case. Most acrylic case PSUs either have no FCC certification, or a fake one. And are thus actually illegal to sell (if anyone cares).
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