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Corsair Launches Online Survey, Wants to Know What Features Do You Look for in a PSU

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  1. malware New Member

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    Memory and PSU expert Corsair has launched today a free online survey, seeking for information from us. The company is looking to release a power supply that will have all the features we want, and for that matter is launching a survey to collect all the information needed. To get a better idea of what the customer really wants in a power supply, Corsair's online survey asks ten simple questions. No registration is needed, only a couple of minutes from your time and maybe one day you'll see "your" PSU, the way you imagined it. If you want, feel free to participate in the survey here.

    Source: HEXUS.net
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    WarEagleAU says thanks.
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    InnocentCriminal Resident Grammar Amender

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    Yeah did mine this morning, hopefully we'll see a modular 820W or so.

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    Title says "Survay" instead of Survey ;)

    Edit: Also says it in the last sentence.
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    just did it, nice to see corsair taking our choice
  5. mlee49

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    Submitted one myself. Love having manufactures provide feedback options. Corsair's are great PSU imo.
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    survey is broken on several questions, won't let you answer every single prompt.
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    There are two that you have to answer by ranking the categories. I messed up there and had to re-rank them before submitting.
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    PC P&C FTW! Single +12V is the way I roll. :rockout:
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    ^^ Most of Corsair's PSU are single rails. :wtf:
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    Also most PC Power and Cooling's are rebagged Seasonics, along with Corsair, so they have similar features such as single rails.
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    My thoughts exactly.. The more modular PSU's that come out the better if you ask me.
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    Yes, I noticed this too, some of those radio-buttons just don't work.
  13. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    you were supposed to rate them by importance 1-5 so 5 choices on a scale of 1-5 which is most important which is least

    i love my turbo cool :D silencers are just OCZ's :p
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    Thanks for the enlightenment. What I meant was, when you select your choice for a question and then do the same for the next, it removes your choice from the previous question (unless you select NA, eg. select "4" for a question, and select "4" again for the next question and see).
  15. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yea you can only rate 5 things on the 1-5 scale once

    like cables->connectors->ripple->etc

    your rating them from most important to least
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    Kind of hard to do a 5 on 1 thing and scale it down with 10 questions. To me, alot of that is important and some not so. Id like to give a 5 to a couple of choices and a 1 to a couple as well.
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    Yeah, I found that. Annoyed me a little.

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