- Feb 20, 2019
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|System Name||Bragging Rights|
|Processor||Atom Z3735F 1.33GHz|
|Motherboard||It has no markings but it's green|
|Cooling||No, it's a 2.2W processor|
|Video Card(s)||Gen7 Intel HD (4EU @ 311MHz)|
|Storage||32GB eMMC and 128GB Sandisk Extreme U3|
|Display(s)||10" IPS 1280x800 60Hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Apparently, yes|
|Power Supply||Samsung 18W 5V fast-charger|
|Mouse||MX Anywhere 2|
|Keyboard||Logitech MX Keys (not Cherry MX at all)|
|VR HMD||Samsung Oddyssey, not that I'd plug it into this though....|
|Software||W10 21H1, barely|
|Benchmark Scores||I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.|
How can you make such blanket sweeping statements? Most of what I'm finding in my web search is unverified FUD by forum posters like you; Cite your sources.Fyi i dont even use platinum units, I use reputable units. Aerocool makes decent cases but their psu quality is lacking, so you having an issue is what you have through aerocool.
Aris (of TPU, HWB reviews and more, as well as the Cybenetics PSU testing & certification labs) has tested several decent, cheap Aerocool units that got his recommendations. Here's one, for example...
I cannot find any reviews of the VX Plus 650 but it's quite easy to disprove your sweeping generalisation that Aerocool PSUs should be avoided. All major brands have made good and bad PSUs, and I'm yet to find any search results of truly awful PSU disasters with Aerocool to blame.
If you disagree with crmaris on PSU testing then perhaps you should start your own industry-standard testing laboratory and certification system? As it is, @Od1sseas's PSU is a basic, single-rail model delivering 50A on the +12V which should be plenty for stable operation of a 6700XT. This isn't a factory-overclocked 3090 trying to run off a 500W budget PSU, FFS.
I found a Russian review of the VX Plus 500 and auto-translation at the end of the video seems to imply that the power delivery is good with decent voltage regulation and ripple, only that the unit isn't particularly efficient. Seasonic is the OEM and I think we can rule out the PSU as some garbage-tier fire hazard. It's plenty for the system in question.