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Old July 3, 2012, 08:54 AM
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Canadian Tire's power meter was/is the Blue Planet EM100. I have one and it does the trick.

On the whole heat/efficiency front, this is why Corsair's AX series and Seasonic's X series run fanless until they reach 20% load
I am going to head down to Canadian tire to see if they still have this
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