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Juular

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 GP
  • RAM
    2x8GB 3600MHz 16CL
  • GPU
    GTX1060 3GB MSI Gaming X
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S\A
  • Storage
    Intel 660p 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
  • Display(s)
    AOC C24G1 1080p 144Hz VA
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i PRO Push-Pull
  • Keyboard
    A4Tech Wireless
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon
  • Sound
    Corsair HS50
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 1909

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  1. This is not exactly a case of incorrect software readings as these readings (of digitally controlled Corsair PSU) are straight from the PSU's protections monitoring system. They are correct (more or less), yes, you're reading it right. It's just that all (good) PSUs have some headroom in power output to accommodate for power draw spikes, usually about 20-30%. So a 650W PSU will be able to output about 700-900W before it trips over-current/power protection. It's obviously not recommended to overpower PSU routinely but in this case it's a very high transient power draw GPU and these peaks are le
  2. That's very weird ... AFAIK GPU fans are 5V but PCI-e doesn't supply 5VSB, that means that it should be regular 5V rail if not 12V, but why mouse and keyboard don't work then ? Are you sure it's indeed socket related and you're not just doing something wrong with the PC ? Like maybe some cables are loose ?
  3. @jonnyGURUWow ! That's one hell of a long-ass post, i became a bit smarter today, more of this shit please ! Or just make a YT channel to chatter about random stuff when you have a minute of free time, like Louis Rossmann, it would be very interesting to see all the stuff about PSUs from designing to manufacturing and QC from the other side of the veil.
  4. Enermax doesn't manufacture or QC these PSUs, that's the job for the OEM, which is CWT for this unit, and they manufacture PSUs for shitton of other brands, including Corsair, Thermaltake and so on. Without guessing what went wrong, if this PSU is still your best priced option i'd just let Newegg do their job, buy another one, if it's faulty too then move on, maybe they have some faulty batch or this batch were stored in non appropriate conditions. Or just get some other PSU, Enermax Revo DF is not the only one tier A PSU from that list, Thermaltake GF1 for example is pretty much almost the sa
  5. Because there were no reviews at the time of the revision. All Seasonic S12III are on the same platform.
  6. The latter, there were no reviews at the time, it will be moved to normal priority in the next revision, see changelog.
  7. We already have a bunch there, aren't we ?
  8. Correct. Not better per se but since you have an option of getting a higher wattage PSU, with such a nitpicky GPU as Ampere that wouldn't hurt, i'd go with 1kW Gold, although 850W one should be enough too.
  9. Not high transient per se, AMD Vega seems to be okay, but high-end Amperes specifically.
  10. Ah, right, i thought for a second that they're CWT. Yes. Wait a minute, is that Toughpower GF1 or Smart ? TF Amazon ? And there are no GF1 Platinum (yet, don't give TT any ideas for more SKUs please). This thing. Yes, Seasonic Prime Titanium showed to be incompatible with some RTX3080s. Actually, some (most?) of other 750W PSUs wouldn't work either but this one doesn't even with 850W. Or you can just run the GPU at stock power limit. While we at it, @jonnyGURUdid you guys get your hands on RTX3080 to test with ?
  11. Yes, CV650 is DC-DC, completely different OEM and platform than the rest.
  12. Nothing to do with the PSU, it's a UEFI / RAM / CPU / IF stability thing.
  13. RM-x because it seems to be more consistent, i've indeed seen a lot of reports of coil whine on FD ION+, not sure what it's about.
  14. NTC thermistor (part of inrush current limiter circuit) failed, nothing you can do about it, just claim your warranty, it's just a random failure, happens with any brand/OEM.
  15. Well, it is SAMA after all. Thanks, i'll add it back to low priority.
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