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  • Seasonic M12 600wPublié le 09/18/07 à 18:25
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    This is an ATX PC power supply given to 600 watts.
    Installation is fairly simple, it belies the old power supply box, and installs the M12.
    My ex was an Antec PSU. Eg, for she had a tendency to whistle and it's pretty bad sign outside the excitement that it brings. Yet the Antec was a previous top model. I have a curious tendency to have problems with power supplies of my ordis despite the horde of inverters and the Wardrobe EDF brand new, even the redundant do not last. Too hard? No advice given by mail directly from Seasonic, the 600w is enough.

    Here it's very heavy: big power (for my farm and my backups Raptors, not to mention greedy graphics card) double......
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    Technical Data:


    This is an ATX PC power supply given to 600 watts.
    Installation is fairly simple, it belies the old power supply box, and installs the M12.
    My ex was an Antec PSU. Eg, for she had a tendency to whistle and it's pretty bad sign outside the excitement that it brings. Yet the Antec was a previous top model. I have a curious tendency to have problems with power supplies of my ordis despite the horde of inverters and the Wardrobe EDF brand new, even the redundant do not last. Too hard? No advice given by mail directly from Seasonic, the 600w is enough.

    Here it's very heavy: big power (for my farm and my backups Raptors, not to mention greedy graphics card) double ventilation (large + small fan that triggers if needed) and price at the height of luxury.

    The M12 series is modular, which means that the connection is variable, you choose according to your records, your config.

    Let's be clear:
    - It's heavy
    - It's expensive, very expensive (more than 130 euros)
    - It is modular
    - It's very quiet
    - It is luxurious, a power supply for supplying!
    - Quality / price ratio ... is paid the top price

    You will note in passing that I would rather not have to repeat that choice right now. I suppose you understand me on it!
    With that, I will continue to work in silence ... ;)
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