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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-26-2019, 02:07 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
Look at the noise charts and see what is most quiet
https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php?option=database

The Corsair RMx is one of the most quiet units around and the 2018 version is around 15db avg in cybenetics charts
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/415661...Corsair+RMx750

Edit: Corsair also have a new AX850 which is Seasonic based from what i recall but its way overpriced if you ask me
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/497323...ax850?sq=AX850
Yeah I looked at the Corsair on as well, I actually thought the RM was based on Seasonic as well.. Whats the drawbacks of choosing the Corsair?

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Yeah I looked at the Corsair on as well, I actually thought the RM was based on Seasonic as well.. Whats the drawbacks of choosing the Corsair?
Almost every unit Corsair sells is made by CWT with a few units by HEC, Great Wall and Flextronics and its been a long time since they last worked with Seasonic
As for Corsair i dont care about them but the same is true for EVGA and Thermaltake among others so thats not anything special and why i dont mention them as the first thing that spring to mind

Edit: just for the heck of it there is also the Asus Thor which is a modified Seasonic with a built in LED screen that shows what the system is using but thats not cheap either
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/487853...g?sq=Asus+thor

Bit of a gimmick unless you like that sort of thing but its avg noise is the same as the RMx at 15 something db
Almost forgot the main drawback about the RMx is the capacitors on the cables which makes them slightly more bulky and harder to bend

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Bit of a gimmick unless you like that sort of thing but its avg noise is the same as the RMx at 15 something db
Almost forgot the main drawback about the RMx is the capacitors on the cables which makes them slightly more bulky and harder to bend

Coirsair is cheating because they also have their own fan lineups, they obviously used their most quiet model for these PSUs.

in-cable capacitors isn't really a drawback though, it suppresses transients somewhat and helps with overall ripple suppression.
on a side note, according to cybernetics Corsair's RMx (12V @ 4mV~10mV) is notably better than Seasonic's Prime Gold (12V @ 8mV~29mV) in ripple suppression, i'm impressed.

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Yes i know what the capacitors do and why they are there but there are people who complain about them which is why i mentioned it since he asked what the drawback was
The capacitors dont need to be there they help sure but the Prime Ultra does almost as well without the capacitors

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