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When are the big CM PSUs coming and what are their features?

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merovingian    0
I would like to see cooler master, the ferrari of the case business make an "economy" line of products to maintain market position

They do, it's the Cav and the Centurion series. Do you know why they release products every day? Because they don't put the quality work as CM does. There are so many cases of the TT PSUs blowing up, it makes me sick. You also can't judge "all the Aquagate's problems" on a Support Forum. There are many people that have perfectly fine Aquagates and they're very happy with them.

I meant honda, not bmw as those two cases probably cost at least $75 but this isn't going to happen. :D

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Mr.M, you did not say that...I freakin' own a Thermaltake PSU!!!

like to live dangerously huh

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madman2003    0

I'd like to say a few things:

at 68% efficiancy a 150 W DC load would become 150/0,68=221 W AC load

at 75% efficiancy a 150 W DC load would become 150/0,75=200 W AC load

No way that first can cost twice(5 and 2,50 dollar comparison) energy wise.

Is the efficiancy measured at 110 V or 220 V, efficiancy at full load or less load?(if so what load)

>75% efficiancy isn't worldshocking either, unless you can keep that up at very low loads and go (well) over 80% at full load.

At what temperature is that MTBF tested at?

At what temperature can it sustain 650W?

If it's not about looks, then why does it boast a led-fan. What kind of fan does it come with?

No psu (with fan) i've ever seen will stay below 23 dba at full load, does this one really or is it only at light loads?

How much is that thing going to cost?

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Evil_Acid    0
I'd like to say a few things:

Blah blah blah blah blah blah

madman doesnt f**k about when it comes to psu's lol, all will be revealed soon.

sorry for my ignorant post bigbadbn, your probably right, TT products are inferior to CM but i thought they're PSu were good. but i was wrong i guess,

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I'd like to say a few things:

Blah blah blah blah blah blah

madman doesnt f**k about when it comes to psu's lol, all will be revealed soon.

sorry for my ignorant post bigbadbn, your probably right, TT products are inferior to CM but i thought they're PSu were good. but i was wrong i guess,

do you own one? cos two of my friends have them and they are truly terrible.

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Evil_Acid    0
do you own one? cos two of my friends have them and they are truly terrible.

nah i dont, but i wanted to buy the 680watt becuase its got dual pci-e, 4 sata, sleeved cables and 680watt etc (seems future proof) but i just read a very in depth review (acutally went to straight to the conclusion bit) and it states it handles all the voltages well. but!, ''effecientcy is crap''.

your mates arnt the only one, i came across stories regarding TT psu reliability issues but i thought TT would have sorted it out by now.

TT 680watt Review: http://www.systemcooling.com/thermaltake_pp_680-01.html

and bigbadbns, arnt you going to answer madmans2003 questions?

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bigbadbns hasnt been on yet, look its efficency is so low it doesnt actually meet atx2.0 spesifications.

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