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Oh man idk if I'm brave enough to risk it! Trying to find any review saying they tested output and verified 1000w


Edit: think I'll pass but it's tempting just for the story you'll probly end up with.
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Fairly decent reviews, Fakespot A. In for 3. Thx OP!

Reviews I was able to find (not necessarily same product, but same mfr AFAIK):

https://hardforum.com/threads/exc...u.1957917/

JonnyGuru: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/s...hp?t=15695

If you read into the JG thread, a few mfrs are actually selling these as 1800W PSUs for mining rigs with alternate housings (if I understand correctly; it's a bit late so pardon me if I'm wrong. I did notice the voltage input diffrences.). Example: https://www.amazon.com/Mining-Sup...B0798DXRXG

Looks like OP's product can sustain about 872W. Not bad for $33!
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Fairly decent reviews, Fakespot A. In for 3. Thx OP!

Reviews I was able to find (not necessarily same product, but same mfr AFAIK):

https://hardforum.com/threads/exc...u.1957917/

JonnyGuru: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/s...hp?t=15695

If you read into the JG thread, a few mfrs are actually selling these as 1800W PSUs for mining rigs with alternate housings (if I understand correctly; it's a bit late so pardon me if I'm wrong. I did notice the voltage input diffrences.). Example: https://www.amazon.com/Mining-Sup...B0798DXRXG

Looks like OP's product can sustain about 872W. Not bad for $33!

Looks like JG got it stable at 800W, for a supposed 1000W unit that's pretty bad.

Ripple is good but +5VSB is really bad and the hold-up time is pretty poor too and doesn't quite hit 80+ Bronze either it seems.

If you do get one i'd not try to push it as it doesn't seem very stable at higher-loads.
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Quote from cr-vtec
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Fairly decent reviews, Fakespot A. In for 3. Thx OP!

Reviews I was able to find (not necessarily same product, but same mfr AFAIK):

https://hardforum.com/threads/exc...u.1957917/

JonnyGuru: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/s...hp?t=15695

If you read into the JG thread, a few mfrs are actually selling these as 1800W PSUs for mining rigs with alternate housings (if I understand correctly; it's a bit late so pardon me if I'm wrong. I did notice the voltage input diffrences.). Example: https://www.amazon.com/Mining-Sup...B0798DXRXG

Looks like OP's product can sustain about 872W. Not bad for $33!
Dude, poor quality unit... I suggest you do not stress the unit by more than 600 W if you want to keep it...
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Thanks for the input guys. Looks like I'll use these for rigs I could care less about!
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$44 after promo applied, no tax and free ship. Pass
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Now $37.40 after promo applied, no tax and free ship. Price went from $159.99 to $199.99 then $169.99
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absolute crap
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