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Re: [RFI] Anyone tested this 1050w PS for RFI?

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Subject: Re: [RFI] Anyone tested this 1050w PS for RFI?
From: "Gary Smith" <Gary@ka1j.com>
Reply-to: Gary@ka1j.com
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 11:37:43 -0400
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I've had zero RFI from any Antec or Enermax PS. I had to get rid of 
some junk PS because of RFI several years ago and bought Enermax at 
the time. Zero hash in the Rx. I've stayed with Antec & Enermax 
(probably have bought 8-9 PS's since and all have been perfect as far 
as I can tell.


> I couldn't find that specific supply ,but here are some from Enermax and 
> Antec in that power range.
> http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007657%20%20600479298%20%20600479299%20%2050001516%2050001400&IsNodeId=1
> Price and performance wise it appears to be nothing special.  I found 
> FCC approved, but can't find it again.
> It has a relatively short warranty.  It's modular meaning most of the 
> cables plug is making a neat layout if you don't need them all.  The big 
> name Power Supplies all seem to be in the same price range ($250-$350) 
> and run similar features.  They have all come down in price a bit in the 
> past year or two with most of the big gaming computers running a KW 
> plus, so there are a number up to around 1500 watts and they have built 
> in power factor correction. Go to New Egg, or  Tiger Direct and see what 
> they list.  Another might be Tom's Hardware which is an evaluation site.
> 73
> Roger (K8RI)
> On 10/1/2014 7:36 AM, CR wrote:
> > On 10/1/2014 7:26 AM, David Cole wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Can you ask them if it is FCC part 15 certified?  See what they
> >> say...:)
> >> -- Thanks and 73's,
> >
> > Found in a Web search; note clams for EMC filtering (bold face added). 
> > More at the link.
> >
> > Cortland
> > KA5S
> >
> > /This is all part of it's (sic) "AHD2 Topology". Asymmetric Hybrid DC 
> > to DC Topology means that we use multiple different technologies and 
> > concepts to maximize it's (sic) performance by multiplying topology 
> > elements in differing exponentials compared to competition: QUAD 
> > FORWARD Circuitry, the main reason of our high efficiency, since 
> > everybody else is single or double forward. QUAD PFC, helps as well, 
> > again others are single or dual. *TRIPLE AC + DUAL DC EMI Filter keep 
> > the current cleaner than others. *> 20k?f secondary & even tertiary 
> > capacitors keep the output totally stable at all loads. A SYNC 
> > TRANSFORMER ARRAY renders overloading nearly impossible. And the good 
> > news is that we could squeeze all that with a single 135mm fan into 
> > 190mm length fitting into most mid towers, while still being 24/7 @ 
> > 50°C and ultra-silent./
> > http://www.hardocp.com/article/2008/12/10/enermax_revolution85_1050w#.VCvl4xYY7Js
> >  

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