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    Any way to separate these from Single and multi RAIL power supplies... Even though there is no difference between the two... I just like to know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeteck View Post
    Any way to separate these from Single and multi RAIL power supplies... Even though there is no difference between the two... I just like to know...
    Joe,

    Diaz' idea was to eliminate the "Internet Legends" on single vs. multi-rail power supplies by not separating them on any list.

    Jonny Guru clarified that here:

    http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...44&postcount=2

    Separating the modulars is logical of course. As long as buying from that list is considered, we know the multi-rail "issue" is really a "non-issue."
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingThunder View Post
    Joe,

    Diaz' idea was to eliminate the "Internet Legends" on single vs. multi-rail power supplies by not separating them on any list.

    Jonny Guru clarified that here:

    http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...44&postcount=2

    Separating the modulars is logical of course. As long as buying from that list is considered, we know the multi-rail "issue" is really a "non-issue."

    Ok, thats fine.. .Then how about discontinued models?

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    It would be nice to have +12v amperage listed. But I guess that would just save a click or two...

    I think listing as discontinued when that happens is a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeteck View Post
    Ok, thats fine.. .Then how about discontinued models?
    Joe,

    You might want to PM Diaz about that, it's a valid point. He may be away since he hasn't updated for a few months but I haven't checked his last time on-line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingThunder View Post
    Joe,

    You might want to PM Diaz about that, it's a valid point. He may be away since he hasn't updated for a few months but I haven't checked his last time on-line.
    Ok... Been doing some PS shopping from that list, and found a few that no longer exist.

    Wanted modular single rail...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattNo5ss View Post
    It would be nice to have +12v amperage listed. But I guess that would just save a click or two...

    I think listing as discontinued when that happens is a good idea.
    Click on the EOCF link I provided at the bottom of that OP...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeteck View Post

    Wanted modular single rail...
    well all i can say if you want the best psu in either 650 or 750watts. Look no further then these two units
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151088 <--650
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151087 <--750

    review of the 650 unit from JG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilsizer View Post
    well all i can say if you want the best psu in either 650 or 750watts. Look no further then these two units
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151088 <--650
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151087 <--750

    review of the 650 unit from JG
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=169
    JG site seems a bit slow, is it just me?
    Evil,

    You're correct of course but the idea is to have a preferred list like Diaz's for the mainstream guys that come here asking "what to buy" (and what not to buy) The large percentage asking are on a budget. If they want those Seasonics or the Antec Signatures models, etc., they are there if they want them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingThunder View Post
    Evil,

    You're correct of course but the idea is to have a preferred list like Diaz's for the mainstream guys that come here asking "what to buy" (and what not to buy) The large percentage asking are on a budget. If they want those Seasonics or the Antec Signatures models, etc., they are there if they want them.
    yea i know but i didnt see Joeteck post a price or did i miss that? though people on a budget always get the same answer here in the psu section. to always go with a Corsair TX/HX/VX psu, for good reason they are all good for the price.

    When one becomes more aware of the they energy they are using. going with a high efficiency psu is the be route to go. i know Joeteck didnt present that POV but i as of late be trying to use less. I have also been looking to find ways to get Green Energy. opps, bit of a rant, sorry guys.

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    For 1000+ watt Modular

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    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=138

    Great unit, Newegg has it on special a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorchingice View Post
    For 1000+ watt Modular

    Enermax Revolution 85+ 1050W
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=138

    Great unit, Newegg has it on special a lot
    Been using one of those for about 10 months now...love it!

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    Mushkin HP550

    I was perusing the recommended list and noticed the Mushkin HP550 in the 'Stay Away' category and, if based solely on Jonnyguru's review I can see why. However, I put one of those in a budget build for a friend in Aug. '09 and it has been humming along fantastically so far. I bought it from the Egg for $60 and I have definitely paid more for psu's that rated higher and performed worse. All this seems to be moot though, as it appears that particular model is no longer available but, I feel confident to purchase other low cost Mushkin psu's for similar applications in the future.

    (Aforementioned psu powering E8400@3.8ghz, 8gb g.skill ram, gigabyte ep43-ud3l, evga 9800gt etc.)

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    Im glad you and your friend got lucky! Even poor PSU's can still perform, but the risk is mostly mitigated when purchasing a good quality PSU and thats the point of this thread. There will be exceptions, like my two Corsair units crapping out on me, just like a known poor brand working well over time...

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    Wow, I need to update this - I will as soon as I get back home!

    I will start with indicating the discontinued etc...
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    Update completed, removed discontinued products from the list but left some newer discontinued products in.

    Updated the 700Watt modular section, will add more soon.

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    I hope you will add the seasonic x750. Was surprised I didn't see it there. It is the same as the seasonic x650 with a little more oomph on the 12v rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trottel View Post
    I hope you will add the seasonic x750. Was surprised I didn't see it there. It is the same as the seasonic x650 with a little more oomph on the 12v rail.
    Post the link with review which contains crossloads and hotbox testing, I will add it depending on its rating - seasonic usually does really well though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diaz View Post
    Post the link with review which contains crossloads and hotbox testing, I will add it depending on its rating - seasonic usually does really well though.

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    Here: http://www.hardocp.com/article/2009/...upply_review/1

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