Everyone see there's a new Seasonic S12 III? I can't find anything about it. A reddit thread says the lower wattage models are still group regulated but the 650w model is obviously independent DC to DC. 54a for 648w of its 650w rating is available on the 12v rail.
Saw that. Also saw they were group regulated except the higher capacity models. The old M12II 650, 750 and 850w models were all DC to DC too. Probably same platform as those used on these higher wattage S12II models, IDK. I asked Aris about this a while back. Think there's a post in this thread about this as well.
According to the specs, there are several differences between S12II and S12III series:I also just noticed the Seasonic S12III and was looking for more information on it, specifically how they compare to the now older S12II. Has anyone been able to find a review or any other further information? $24.99 USD after $15.00 rebate card for the 500W model until Tuesday 03-19-2019, the regular price appears to be $39.99 on newegg.com.
Thank you for contacting Seasonic.
The platform between both are different and S12 III uses a platform that enhanced compatibility to Intel Haswell (and newer) CPU platform. Else, you have found all the others differences to expect.
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