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CyberPower 1325VA 810W Pure Sinewave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has CyberPower 1325VA 810W Pure Sinewave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower (GX1325U) on sale for $189.99 - $68 w/ promo code AFEMBRCE69 = $121.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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depends if you have an Active PFC PSU in your PC... if it's Passive PFC, then no, you don't need a true sine wave and simulated will work fine, if it's Active PFC there's a chance that during simulated operation (on battery) the PSU will either shutoff during the 0V "step" of the simulated sine or the PSU will try to pull too much current to compensate and shut the UPS off. both of which are in no way dangerous or harmful to any hardware, and it's not a given that either of these things will happen with your Active PFC PSU, it all depends on the PSU and how good the simulation is since the quality and number of steps in the digitized wave can change drastically from model to model and vendor to vendor.

this isn't true at all...
stop spreading fud on the internet if you don't know the real answer.
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has nothing to do with "high end"... it's Active or Passive PFC.
you guys love just throwing crap out there...

see my response in the post above this one...
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Lowest was 109 back in Jan. This is good price though.
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Lowest was 109 back in Jan. This is good price though.
Yeah I picked up $120 on an Amazon Lightning deal in July. Very good price for Pure Sine if you need it.
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Eh. I got the Costco Simulated version. Should I return? I don't have original box anymore. Got it for $99. Looks like Newegg I'll have to pay tax so probably not worth the hassle.
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Eh. I got the Costco Simulated version. Should I return? I don't have original box anymore. Got it for $99. Looks like Newegg I'll have to pay tax so probably not worth the hassle.
Really just depends on what your using it for. For my high end gaming pc and my home workstation I wouldn't use simulated. But if the one you have already is working fine for what you need I wouldn't bother with the hassle.
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I also have a fairly expensive rig. Would you mind explaining why pure sine is better than simulated?
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Eh. I got the Costco Simulated version. Should I return? I don't have original box anymore. Got it for $99. Looks like Newegg I'll have to pay tax so probably not worth the hassle.
Depends on what you are using it for. High end gaming PC? Then yes.
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Depends on what you are using it for. High end gaming PC? Then yes.
I have a high end gaming PC which I built myself. Also running a NAS
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I have a high end gaming PC which I built myself. Also running a NAT
Then yes, pick up this pure sine wave UPS. I have it and cant be happier.
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Then yes, pick up this pure sine wave UPS. I have it and cant be happier.
Damn it. Thanks. I'll order one and return the other to Costco
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great deal, bought the 600 watt one for even more ($140 i believe) a few years ago and love it.
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Damn it. Thanks. I'll order one and return the other to Costco
Thankfully Costco won't mind. Although this may fall under the 90 day electronics limit.

Basically anything that uses an Active PFC power supply needs a pure sine wave. Everything else should operate just fine. If in doubt, get pure sine wave - won't hurt anything but your wallet.
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I went with Pure for PC, and Simulated for networking gear (router/modem)
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Thankfully Costco won't mind. Although this may fall under the 90 day electronics limit.
I purchased less than 30 days ago. I don't have the box anymore though. Will they still take it
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