Seasonic Revamps Its PSU Product Lines

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Is this article commercial or press release? It sure does read one.. genuine hand crafted cut+paste as so many other articles by tomshardware lately :(
 

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It's obviously just a preview of what's coming in the next few months. Some of us have been waiting on news of these for months if not most of a year.

Aris is one of the best power supply reviewers around. When he gets his hands on them you will get complete reviews. Like this one of the 850w Prime Titanium. :)

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/seasonic-prime-850w-titanium-psu,4761.html
 

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SuperFlower still uses capacitors in the cables. The Prime doesn't. Huge step forward. ;)
 

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It's funny to read such

Especially since the Super Flower Leadex II mentions in the news from May 2016
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/super-flower-leadex-ii-psus,31855.html



I would like to see more good quality PSU from the Seasonic, which completely correspond ATX specifications on the part "dimensions".
Or at least no more than 160mm depth
 

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Pretty much no one needs a 1kw PSU specially with the efficiency race and nvidia killing SLI or poor scaling little support even if you do multiple crossfire.

I just want more 400-500w Titanium PSU's.
 

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so, I still only see 3 Prime units for sale (in US) on Newegg? It's been a long time since I read about the 600W fanless Prime model... THAT is the one I want.

Enough power to drive modern rig with modern CPU and GPU? check.
No fan? Check!
 

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I have good earing and I really need to put my ear close to hear my Seasonic S12-II 520w Bronze.

I prefer having fans because when you don't you will start hearing the electrical noise (different on a tablet/smartphone/passive laptop where the components are compact with less "protruding capacitors and the like" which reduce electrical noise).
 

bit_user

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I have a 450 W fanless Seasonic Platinum PSU. It's orientation dependent and it'd probably be a good idea if your case had an intake fan. Especially for 600 W.

Even then, it might not get enough airflow if you have a graphics card that exhausts a lot of air out the back.
 
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