[WIP] ATX PSU Maximum Combined 12v Ratings

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  2. Makalu

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    well I think they are based on Seasonic SS-650HT and SS-750HT. Corsair HX750 is CWT

    EDIT: woops...not enough coffee yet this AM
     
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    A question:
    I red somewhere that in a regular desktop the lines excuding de 12v. lines were responsible for something like 40 to 60W. Do you know something about this? Hou much is assigned in a regular desktop to non 12v lines?
    Between 40 and 60W is more or less a fixed value - is there a big variation in that value from desktop to desktop or is it really an almost fixed value?
     
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    makalu,

    Short Q for you. Do you have any info about the Fortron Saga II PSU 500W 80+ ATX v2.3 . There is some guy in my country selling it for around 30 euros ( witch is good good price for a new PSU ) I found some pic on the net but cannot find some decent review about it, so i decided to take some of your time ;) because you are the PSUguru overhere.

    Thanks in advance.
     

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    well a pic of the label or some specs would be nice but it looks like an APFC version of the Saga+ 500R. The Saga's are pretty low end...not junk but lower tier than the Epsilons. 500w is a peak rating on the Saga+, 450W continuous and rated at 25C instead of 40C like the 500W Epsilons but again a label would be nice to see since FSP doesn't publish data sheets for their retail units anymore.
     
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    Thanks for the reply Makalu,

    I don`t have any pic, i send an e-mail to the seller if he can send me an pic of the spec. I`ll let you knowFirst thing i tought when i sow it on net, was the Saga 1 model has ~30A, at least the Saga 2 will have 30A but you never can know :D .

    But for average user,living in a country where for exsample CM 460W is 60 euros, and this one is 30 euros, it sounds like a good deal :D or not :)

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    well I found this:

    http://support.you.gr/catalog/9E/9EB71EB22ACFBC429FCBB749C834C094.pdf

    no combined 12V rating though but it's probably at least 30A. Notice it's 500W continuous and 550W peak...would maybe be 80+ certified and have a shot of the label with a combined 12V rating there except it's 230V only and 80+ tests at 115V...sounds like a good deal yep :)
     
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    Thanks for the info Makalu,

    I can only write OMG how did you find that info... I only wonder why i cannot find the SAGA II model on their website...
    Well for 80+ Efficency , 2x 6pin PCI-E , 4+4 for CPU... i only hope that the cables are long enough for the HAF 922 case i am planning to buy..

    Many many thanks again.
     
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    Here is some problem

    These are my PC voltage readings iam afraid of +3.3 is @2.9 on mobo it show 3.024
    Is this makes big problem.
    Iam using 2 GPUs HD 5850+8800GS 512
    Zebronics real watt pro 750W PSU
     

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    FAQ #7 here:

    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=287485

    discusses it some...pretty much if you aren't having any problems then no it's not a problem and if you are having problems and think it's the PSU voltages then get a multimeter.
     
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    I ts just happend because of dust inside the ATX connecter.
    Thanks for ur help
     
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    yeah I've got those already...thanks anyway though :)
     
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    added now...thanks :)
     
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    What's the link to that list of PSU component manufacturers? I can't remember who manufactured my CoolerMaster iGreen
     
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