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LukeSavenije

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  1. GPUs like a 1080 ti, 2080 ti, 3000 series, vega, 6000 series and so on they wouldn't
  2. as long as you don't pair it with a high transient GPU, it's a good unit. it's just that it has shown some shutdown issues with certain GPUs
  3. partially my fault, because I don't update the list as often as others push updates to the sheet, but it's also because a lot of the work has already been done to it, so we don't need to do the almost daily updated we had at first
  4. Everyone here is looking at Navi's performance

     

    I'm here just like... Someone's getting 10 bucks from AMD for doing a paper launch

  5. (Image credit: Adata) Introduction This article is partially based off Sean Webster's article on Tomshardware. There will be a lot of similar, but hopefully also some new info present in this. As I'm a personal owner of an S11 pro, I've done performance testing and a readout of the SSD for a review I've had pending for a while, but with this news I decided to bring this info to the general public. This SSD includes some of the part swaps mentioned in Sean's article. I'll do my best to go into a neutral perspective with this. What happened? Long story short, Ad
  6. too minor to care, they're the same platform, just with a modular board as difference
  7. you're fine with a 750-850w here, and that would even leave you a ton of headroom regardless. systems like these could run on a good 650w if needed without any problem some options would include - Fractal Design ION+ - Seasonic Focus PX - Corsair HX(i) - Seasonic Prime PX/TX - Corsair AX - BeQuiet Straight Power 11 platinum - Enermax Maxtytan - BeQuiet Dark Power Pro 11 - Cooler Master V-platinum - FSP Hydro PTM amongst others
  8. you're doing two things wrong here 1: the "50% is most efficient" myth comes from the 80+ certification. since they only do 3-4 loads, being 10%, 20%, 50% and 100%, 50% comes out as the most efficient. When looking at a test that does it per 10% instead you'll see that the efficiency curve actually peaks before or after that point generally, not on the exact load of 50%. You can check the many, many reviews of various PSUs for this, or look at a certification like Cybenetics' ETA 2: are you planning to go with a X299/TR dual GPU system any time soon? if not, you really don't need any
  9. I would personally also look at Gold - Enermax Revolution DF - Bitfenix Whisper - BeQuiet Straight Power 11 - Corsair RMx - Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 - Adata XPG Core Reactor - Chieftec/Chieftronic Powerplay - NZXT C/E - Asus ROG Strix - Leadex III - Inwin PB - Deepcool DQ-M V1 - Antec High Current Gamer (extreme) Platinum - Fractal Design ION+ - Bequiet Straight Power 11 - Corsair HXi - Corsair HX - FSP Hydro PTM - Cooler Master V(engeance) new amongst others that I proba
  10. SE as far as I'm aware is still leadex platinum based, but as far as I'm aware the specific unit hasn't been reviewed yet and I mean... not that Superflower hasn't done crap on leadex, but oh well...
  11. they used Cybenetics data for that btw, the person that made the review (breixobaloca) works with us
  12. as long as you utilize multiple VGA rails, it should be fine we actually keep a whole methodology behind it, which you can find back in the spreadsheet, in case you're curious
  13. we as a team read everything here, so we just reply whenever we can problem is... with the nature of "lemons" and such, we can't base our list just off one failed unit for a user, unless it's shown that it's a wider spread issue (for example a design oversight) or it's something that could affect multiple users (for example a GPU transient shutdown happening for a couple users with a specific unit where wattage isn't the issues). So it's not a bad thing you comment for, but not much we can do with it either unless it's more specific
  14. more ryzen and navi will be added once I've got the numbers for now, Intel and Nvidia with theirs have been added
  15. we do indeed require it to be within ATX specification for 12v and 5v for tier A, but if you mean transient shutdowns, they get moved to low priority when discovered to be a wider problem
  16. if you get a very old batch of it, yes... but current production shouldn't
  17. woah, I updated my profile for once

     

    ... don't have much else to say

  18. modularity, the CM version is semi-modular
  19. RMx uses Hong Hua as well. RMx will be more quiet, but less efficient at lower loads. the rest comes down to pricing and use.
  20. can't reach full capacity under a low input voltage, nothing too worrying, but worth putting it there for
  21. agreeing with @Arika S here, as long as it's not in an annoying way and within CS, it's a totally fine thing to do
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