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Old November 3, 2009, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Soultribunal View Post
Hmmm I must be mixing two OEMs up here. But I could have sworn up and down they used Enhance for something.
Bahhh happens when I got 100% things in my head.

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Perhaps you're thinking of Silverstone? They use Enhance for a lot of their PSUs.
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Originally Posted by sswilson View Post
I believe higher-end multi-rail units these days have the ability to automatically switch to single rail operation if one rail tries to draw more than the normal rating.
No, not really. Some multi-rail PSUs can supply more than their rated current on a rail, but that can be for a number of reasons, including:
-The PSU is really a single-rail unit that is labeled as a multi-rail and doesn't have OCP (like the Corsair HX520/HX620).
-The PSU rails are actually just a split-up single rail with individual OCP limits (most multi-rail PSUs these days are like this).
-The PSU is a true multi-rail unit, but it's OCP is set higher than the actual rated value so you can pull more current from each rail without causing the PSU to shut itself off.
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