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be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM 750 W

crmaris

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The be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM 750 W is a high-performance power supply that is sold at a fair price for its feature set. On top of that, it isn't noisy under even tough operating conditions. However, how does it fare against the Corsair RM750x and XPG Core Reactor 750?

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I can't recall off the top of my head Be Quiet going with CWT before? FSP had nothing in their stable to achieve this price point and performance?
 

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Nice product but at $140 why not buy the Corsair RM750x only for the db rating and the extra warranty?
 
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Personally i never liked multi-rail PSUs , even during the time when they used to be at their prime , back at the 2010-era.
It increases the risk for an inexperienced user to overload only one of the two 12V rails , something which can lead to system instabilities.
An unecessary risk , and i've never been a person who likes risks in electricity matters.
Especially now , with the current high-end GPUs requiring so much power, the risk for someone inexperienced doing something wrong with the multi-rails is even greater .
 
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Personally i never liked multi-rail PSUs , even during the time when they used to be at their prime , back at the 2010-era.
It increases the risk for an inexperienced user to overload only one of the two 12V rails , something which can lead to system instabilities.
An unecessary risk , and i've never been a person who likes risks in electricity matters.
Especially now , with the current high-end GPUs requiring so much power, the risk for someone inexperienced doing something wrong with the multi-rails is even greater .
All modern multi-rail PSUs are virtual multi-rail, with simply a multi-channel supervisor IC having multiple 12V rail OCP inputs. There are no such thing as instabilities due to overloading one rail with virtual multi-rail because all 12V rails are just one physical 12V rail, if you overload a single virtual rail then your PSU simply shuts down latching itself off, any instabilities resulting in reboots aren't related to that. And if you for some reason encounter PSU shutdowns then just use two cables from different rails, problem solved. And if people buy a multi-rail PSU and then never read the manual to determine what's the rail configuration and then get shutdowns there are no one to blame but them.
 
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