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What kind of PSU features you hope to see ?

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titanx    0

For the next generation of PSU what kind of features you want to have ?

For Real Power 450W we have power consumption meter.

Just feel free to tell us what you want !

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kfc    0

Thermal sensing fans are BAD imo. Normally the sensor never tells the fan to work at 100% speed, so the MO gets hot or the fan runs run at 60% all the time.

a power consumption meter sounds like a cool idea. it would be nice if there was some way to use a app on your comp to read the current usage.

I currently have a seasonic tornado fan that my LAN received free as a sponsor gift. so far it is way better then the enermax or antec PSUs that I have had in the past. It stays cool, never has hot air blowing out the back and its reliable.

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taksan    0

1) Fully Sleeved

2) Fully Modular

3) leads with only single molex connectors (for video cards)

4) Leads with only one floppy connectors

5) Reostat to control fan

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kfc    0

I doubt that that would do anything for the PSU. But what ever.

taksan has some good ideas. the more molex connectors the better. and with new vid cards having at least two dedicated 12 volt rails would be nice.

also I seen a power supply that had disconnectable power connectors. if you could do that but to have more of them, that would be great!

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Tech    0

Potentiometers for 3.3v, 5v, and 12v. Have them accessible from the outside of the psu casing like the OCZ Powerstream. 120mm fans are great.

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Darthtanion    0

I don't even know if this is a feasible request, but with alternative cooling becoming more and more popular, it would be great to have a standard ATX type PSU that could handle upwards of 45-50 amps on the +12v rail. Most decent peltier coolers require around 24v or more and current power supplies do not have enough power to handle this load plus that of the system. A power supply with this much amperage on the 12v rail would take away the necessity of having a separate external power supply for the cooling system.

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