i suggest reading the placing methodoligy thenSince i didn't see any sources/references/reviews in that LTT list which warrants it's position in Tier D.
do you have pointers for this claim? because its a "eh" unit, but nothing is seriously wrong with it.Corsair VS series, the known system killer,
thanks, something to look at, ill pass it on.Corsair AXi 2013 - AXi 2014 - AXi 2018
There is no such lineup as AXi 2013. What there is, is: AX760i, AX860i and AX1200i, released in 2012. Also, AX760i and AX860i are discontinued PSUs at current date. Some digging and found the possible reason why:
its meant as a generlization for newbies to see what they are looking for, ive brought it up, but at this time other things have taken priority.What's with the "single GPU setup"? Do you not know that there are 750W, 850W and 1kW PSUs that are more than capable running 2, 3 and 4 GPU setups?
that one seems to have gone lost in a revision at some point, previous placement was in Tier B (old ranking, which makes it either Tier B or B+) thanks for notifying as that unit was included previously.However, M12II-750 EVO and M12II-850 EVO aren't group-regulated, they are instead DC-DC, making them better than same series lower wattage units
it is, its why there is linked sources and units rarely if ever get a placement before propper sources are in place.And it is not based on reviews.
only thing that could be biased is the placement methodoligy, tho the methodoligy is not made by 1 person alone, and the people involved dont have any resentment towards certain brands or manufacturers.It's biased and based on personal preference.
i suggest reading the entire thing as the previous focus fx units had serious ripple issues under certain load conditions. since that is a requirement for Tier D, thats the reason for its placements. its been covered multiple times before.In what world those Seasonic units are "Potentially dangerous"???