I figured it was just a really nice power supply and that the corsair link and bundled software was just an expensive gimmick tacked on.mdk77777 wrote:You can read a review over at JonnyGuru...the founder of which has now gone to work for Corsair after being between jobs for awhile.
In short, the advantage is active rather than passive voltage regulation. With all digital, you can set, adjust and monitor the voltage regulation, rather than depending on the predetermined design of the hardware to do it for you.
How important is this to you? Depends on how much you OC, how dynamic your loads,(4 OC graphics cards in addition to an OC water cooled CPU) etc. etc.
If I was building a 4P system using GPU compute...I would certainly consider it.
For your average gaming system...a little overkill.
michael_d wrote:... It uses Digital Signal Processing, from what I have learned back in school DSP is essential in mobile communications because it allows to dynamically change parameters of frequency filters. How does it all translate into a good PSU?
DeadOfKnight wrote:I dunno though...like you said it may be overkill.
just brew it! wrote:For 99.9% of desktop PC users, a 1200 watt, $350 PSU is overkill by definition!
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