Published on 19th February 2008 by
Originally Posted by wuyanxume wants!
but for all single card configuration, surly a 620w is enough?? even for 9800Gx2?
Originally Posted by The_PopeWould being modular affect its performance at all? Or could we take it as read that the interconnect are merely personal preference and the fact this one is "awesome" means any future modular variant is guaranteed to be l33t?
Originally Posted by BindibadgiYes it does - by adding an extra connection into the mix, especially one "user driven" it can lead to voltage drops and more rarely improper power delivery.
Well, if PC Power and Cooling are to be believed, personally I think as long as you supply a good, locking connector with corrosion resistance you can't really go wrong - after all - AV people specialise in getting data from one end to another as perfectly as possible and look how many racks of kit they have.
Originally Posted by KrikkitI can see where PCP&C are coming from, but unless you use a crappy, bodged connector I think it's a fairly unlikely situation. AV-ists use connectors all the time, probably because half the time soldering things together would give a worse connection than a decent interface.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiExactly my point. Tbh, I think PCPC ride a certain wave of elitism and arrogance in their beliefs. They're obviously good at what they do, but to completely ignore an entire market segment and customer preference is ridiculous. I wish I could live off a business model like that.
Originally Posted by CupboardGreat review as always As this has passed all the test with flying colours, would it be possible to tes it at higher wattages? It would be interesting to see if this could cope with 800-850W for example.
And surely even 3-way SLI doesn't need this kind of power?
Originally Posted by naokajinot entirely true, pcp&c belongs to ocz, so its bascially buy ocz for modular or buy pcp&c for non modular, but its the same company that ends up getting the money.
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