I don't think low end cards will be requiring the new connectors in the short term. This is a necessity only for the high end cards with crazy peak power draws.It is not ideal to buy a PSU right now because we are in a transition phase from the previous ATX spec to the new one.
I am likely going to be forced to buy 2 systems for my office. They will have integrated graphics to start with and will be upgraded to low end discrete graphics in 1-2 years. Does your recommendation still stand?
I agree with you if they just slap their "Premium" name and a few RGB's to something of below average quality and then throw it out there at a Premium price.The old story...eveyone wants a piece of the pie! Deepcool once dedicated exclusively for PC cooling now into PSU's as well. Next we have Seasonic making memory. I wish that companies would perfect their originally intended product line and giving us those results, instead of just plastering their nane on products made by others. I have no respect for this as it is a quick fix to make more money and even having some people believe that they have a better product when this is absolutely not the case .
Yes you are on the point as always! My other 'Deepcool' thought and great hope was that someday perhaps air-cooling products will equal the thermal performance of AIO’s. In part many users even with extensive experience sometimes have trouble installing AIO’s into their case. Of course for the time being the sheer profits (or in Asetek’s case the patent license fees to other manufacturers) by keeping on manufacturing AIO’s is much more profitable. Hence perhaps stifling the development or serious further $$$ investments into the ‘inventiveness’ of air-cooling. Amazing though the AIO Asetek patent, filed in November 2004 has never been significantly improved upon and just basically copied over and over again. Of course and just perhaps further CPU development in the years ahead may offer whereby no CPU cooling will ever be necessary. That would of course be the best of both worlds!This PSU doesn't seem like it's worth getting the pitchforks out for.
Thank You for the compliment!Yes you are on the point as always!
I agree with you that the simplicity, reliability and cost advantages of air cooling justify continued development. Lenovo has an interesting offset stacked air cooler design on their new Threadripper workstations that I would like to see make it to the DIY market .My other 'Deepcool' thought and great hope was that someday perhaps air-cooling products will equal the thermal performance of AIO’s. In part many users even with extensive experience sometimes have trouble installing AIO’s into their case.