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Antec High Current Pro Platinum 1000 W

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by crmaris, Apr 6, 2012.

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    Excellent review. One thing that really sets Delta from the rest is their incredible soldering. The last thing I want to see is my PSU burning down my expensive PC because the damn solder gave up and short-circuited something!

    Any idea when a 1200w unit will be released? So far though this looks like it'll be my next PSU.
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    As I recall in another site's review of this PSU, it's the first time (ever? or in a very long time?) that Delta actually used their own fan. :laugh:
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    yeap indeed. The HCP-1200 for instance used a Sanyo Denki fan (which are great fans, too).
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    good review...antech has done well for themselves as of late....but tell me....do we really need more on the 5vsb??? how many amps are needed for sleep mode???
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    If you have many memory modules installed in standby mode (S3) you will need a quite strong 5VSB. If you don't then even 2.5A at this rail are enough.

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