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News Tagan joins Nvidia ESA initiative with new PSUs

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Da Dego, 27 Nov 2007.

  1. Da Dego

    Da Dego Brett Thomas

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  2. Bauul

    Bauul Sir Bongaminge

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    I wonder what sort of wireless frequency they're thinking of using, and hopefully it won't interefere with any WiFi networks. They're slow and unreliable as it is without interference from the power supply.
     
  3. DXR_13KE

    DXR_13KE BananaModder

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    "Four +12V rails with a "turbo" mode to combine them all into one,"

    what is the advantage of this?
     
  4. Anakha

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    Hey, it looks like someone listened to my comment about using Wireless USB to simplify intra-case communication...

    Though, I do have to ask, does the PSU come with the dongle required to listen to this "Wireless" signal? Preferably in the form of something that plugs into an internal USB header, rather than having a lollipop stick hanging out the back of the PC...
     
  5. Clocked

    Clocked Yar! It be drivin' me nuts...

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    Who knows, but I'm immediately sceptical of anything that has a "turbo" mode...
     
  6. Cupboard

    Cupboard I'm not a modder.

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    LOL:hehe:

    Is this just one of the first wireless USB devices? that could be rather cool.

    *waits eagerly for review* ;)
     
  7. Impossible

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    Power over wireless ;)
     
  8. Kipman725

    Kipman725 When did I get a custom title!?!

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    4 rails into one is so they can be ATX spec complient and still be able to power multi gpu monster rigs as the ATX spec requires cut off at 18A per 12V rail and each graphics card is drawing from only a single rail and some cars peak current is above 18A. PPC have done this for ages without having a button to disable it as they understand the sillyness of a spec that dosen't take into account the hardware out there.
     
  9. wharrad

    wharrad New Member

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    That's what my last girlfriend said.....

    (ok, that was poor, but someone had to do it!)


    It's all shiny and everything, but you can already monitor most of the important stuff in a powersupply anyway... rpms, voltages and I'm sure temperatures on a few. But yeah, suppose a 'ISO' standard would be handy.
     
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