Thermaltake's SPM Can Now Remotely Shut Down Your System

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Gashole711

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I agree with kewlx25. If the PSU detects an issue with its operation, it should take itself down. Not wait for someone to confirm it.
 

jimmysmitty

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Looks similar to a Dells iDRAC which in IT is something that I would not ever live without.

However for my home PC, unless I have a business grade firewall (doubt I plan to spend that much money for home use) then yea I see no real purpose of it.
 

mavikt

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Sounds like something an IT department would use; killing vampires at night. A good thing in general, but I put mine in S3 STR when I leave. Works fine, but I also remove the ethernet cable, since they (IT) love to wake the computers up, no dice, and all my windows gets scrambled in the process (got one very old monitor (out of the two)). Sadly I often see computer 'fully' powered on, at the lock screen, when I leave. Then I usually turn the monitor off to save some power. I think this is actually a big deal. Killing vampires is good. I know I'm a vampire too, but there are differences in hell!
 
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