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Author Topic: [SOLVED] Avalon batch 2 delivered, dead PSU, beware of GS800 2013 edition  (Read 3298 times)
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May 25, 2013, 09:01:13 PM
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Uhm... This order is a little late to be in the first 20 test batch, maybe they started shipping for real?

yes, this has been confirmed since yesterday they are shipping past +20 mark now.

I feel a great stirring of hope.  But ... source?


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May 26, 2013, 03:48:56 PM
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did you hook up EPS_12v_2? or leave it disconnected with the new psu?

I connected EPS_12v_2 with the new PSU. Apparently this isn't required but it might help if going to 4 modules.

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May 26, 2013, 05:21:37 PM
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did you hook up EPS_12v_2? or leave it disconnected with the new psu?

I connected EPS_12v_2 with the new PSU. Apparently this isn't required but it might help if going to 4 modules.

I saw this on the Avalon wiki, it only mentions 1x unless they didn't update it for 4 modules

The PSU Spec
155mm recommend, MAX: 170mm
For 3 module units: 650W, 48A 12V, at least. recommend for a 20% margin.
For 4 module units: 750W, 60A 12V, at least. recommend for a 20% margin.
Plugs:
1X ATX 24PIN
1X EPS 12V (8PIN)
2X PCIE 12V (8PIN)
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