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post #21 of 160 (permalink) Old 06-24-2010, 03:32 PM
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They weren't really in the first place - several industrial OEMs, most notably Zippy, never really adopted the 240VA requirement in the first place. They had some models that conformed to it, and some that didn't... both before and after the 240VA limit was imposed. It was just business as usual for them.

PC P&C actually tried on the 240VA limit for everything above the old 510W before realizing the SSA spec wasn't right for home computers and going to single 12V rather than make the rail distribution make sense.



Only up until you realize it's the same sort of idea used by your household breaker box.
It was meant as a poke at PC P&C. Their old PSU Myths page tried making them sound like a bunch of single-rail rebels in a world of multi-rail madness.

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Holy cow, i think im going to cancel my order for the AX1200 and go for the enermax 1050
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Holy cow, i think im going to cancel my order for the AX1200 and go for the enermax 1050
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Or does anyone know any other PSU i can go for besides the Enermax revolutions 1050?
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Or does anyone know any other PSU i can go for besides the Enermax revolutions 1050?
This is what you should be getting: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817814010

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Oh sorry I did not see you live in the UK. Regardless, the Enermax is an awesome supply and will not let you down.

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Oh, okay sweet, that new maker for Corsair was a bad decision lols, revolutions it is then .
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