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AlexArslan

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  1. So you're saying the performance is overall good but the parts are bad? What parts would you recommend for a good PSU? Gigabyte claims it uses Japanese capacitors but basing off the review I think they are no-name cheap ones. Sorry, kinda new to building and I'm stumped on power supplies but I'm really trying hard to learn which one to pick...
  2. Is that really a big deal or can damage my components in any way? I've asked my friend who owns this PSU, and he tells me that when he shuts down his PC, sometimes the LEDs on his speakers, headset stand, and headset are still on but turn off after a while. Would this be a big concern? Thank you for all your inputs so far, btw.
  3. Thank you so much for clearing that up for me! How about the 5VSB thing?
  4. Noted, but is it that dangerous or will it damage other components when used? I really like how small it is, and given the current shortage, it's good for value, I guess.
  5. Thank you for the response, but I think they overloaded it to 130% (900w) Here are the cons in the video: • My sample blew sky-high during OPP evaluation • Over power protection is not properly set • Lousy transient response at +12 V and 3.3 V • Low-quality FETs on the primary side • Unknown caps used on the secondary side • They advertise an HDB fan, but I found a rifle bearing one, instead • Very low efficiency with 2% load • Low efficiency at 5VSB • Lower than 17 ms hold-up time • Non-accurate power ok signal • EPS cable should be 650 mm long, at least • Sho
  6. Hello, I was interested in the Gigabyte P750GM and came across this video here by Hardware Busters, my question is, apart from that OPP being bad, can someone explain to me how dangerous this PSU is? Is this a hardware/motherboard killer? I'm generally not concerned about the OPP, since my system will never pull near 750w even if I overclocked them all. Here are the cons in the video: • My sample blew sky-high during OPP evaluation • Over power protection is not properly set • Lousy transient response at +12 V and 3.3 V • Low-quality FETs on the primary side • Unknown
  7. So it's not really advisable to bend wires like that? As far as I can tell, I think it's a USB 2.0 braided wire.
  8. Hi guys I'm a bit OC with my wires and I really find my headset wire being unnecessarily long because I'm already plugging it to a USB splitter. Will folding it and holding it together with zip ties damage it? My headset is a Fantech HG22 7.1 Surround. Here's an image of how I did it: Any help would be really appreciated. Thank you!
  9. It's under ( low priority units - minor issues or lack of info ) on tier A
  10. It's a thermaltake toughpower grand rgb 750w modular gold
  11. How do I check for that? I did a bit of research before buying it and saw it was a tier A PSU...
  12. Hey guys I'm new but I currently run an i7 9700 non k with a Gugabyte gaming Z390 mobo and an RTX 3080 ventus OC edition, When playing games at ultra the PC suddenly shuts down! Thought they were temp issues but it still happens even when the case is open. Can this be due to the PSU's safety running? I use a Toughpower RGB 750w gold... I asked on an FB group and everyone is blaming the PSU... Is the PSU wattage not enough or do I have a faulty PSU? Maybe a bad GPU? Everything is brand new by the way, bought them a few weeks ago.
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