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    nu verkrijgbaar bij de gamma ff zoeken in de eurobak

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    Vandaag een paar liter diesel gekocht


    dat is een goeie ik lig hier ook om de 3-4 dagen aan 40€ euro95

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    Gamma merk . Gamma merk moet je echt nooit kopen man!

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    Big mac

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    Silverstone Decathlon DA-1000

    100% Modulair............



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    Das een beste Yil

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    Ik zeg altijd: "Beter te veel dan te weinig!"

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    ja mooie voeding ik heb de OCZ elite x-stream 1000watt en bevalt goed alleen geen modulair


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    LIAN-LI PC-X1000

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    Silverstone Decathlon DA-1000

    100% Modulair............



    Gr Yil
    Maar 1 12volt rail ?
    Nie zo goed he?

    je had beter een met 4 of 6 gescheiden 12v rails genomen.

    nou ja, iedereen koopt wat hij wilt he?

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    Maar 1 12volt rail ?
    Nie zo goed he?

    je had beter een met 4 of 6 gescheiden 12v rails genomen.

    nou ja, iedereen koopt wat hij wilt he?

    1, 2 of 10 12v rails, maakt mij weinig uit, pers er sowieso niet extreem veel uit!!

    de DA1000 heb ik kunnen kopen voor 119 euro dus...........
    dan hoor je me niet zeiken.

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    Maar 1 12volt rail ?
    Nie zo goed he?

    je had beter een met 4 of 6 gescheiden 12v rails genomen.

    nou ja, iedereen koopt wat hij wilt he?
    Hoezo niet goed.
    Here are the facts: A large, single 12-volt rail (without a 240VA limit) can transfer 100% of the 12-volt output from the PSU to the computer, while a multi-rail 12-volt design has distribution losses of up to 30% of the power supply’s rating. Those losses occur because power literally gets “trapped” on under-utilized rails. For example, if the 12-volt rail that powers the CPU is rated for 17 amps and the CPU only uses 7A, the remaining 10A is unusable, since it is isolated from the rest of the system.

    De meeste voedingen met meerdere 12V rails zijn gewoon 1 12V rail die gescheiden is, zoals de Corsairs. Zie ook
    Since the review of this power supply, some interesting observations have been made of Seasonic built power supplies claiming to have three rails.

    Below is a picture of the modular interface PCB. This would have you believe that three peripheral connectors and one PCI-e connector were on one rail (labeled 12V3) and the other two peripheral connectors and PCI-e connector were on another rail (12V2.) This would leave one to assume that the 4-pin and 8-pin are on 12V1 perhaps with the main ATX, or the main ATX is on 12V2 with the fewer number of peripheral connectors.



    Looking at the Seasonic main PCB inside the Corsair PSU reveals only two rails, labeled 12V1 and 12V2. There is no third rail. This is illustrated well at Hardware Secrets. Although I can not say that these rails are or are not somehow electronically separated in the PSU's circuitry somewhere, I did find that there was no OCP (over current protection or "limiter") on either of these rails as I was able to load any given connector up 30 to 40A with no drop in voltage, system shut down, etc.

    So it is my opinion that we essentially have a single 12V rail PSU here.
    Certainly there is nothing wrong with this given the problems high end video cards have had with getting enough power from a single 12V rail when the OCP is set to the typical 240VA limit. But we do lose the advantages of multiple rails such as protection from damage to one rail from a short on another and the simple "filtration" of noise introduced from one rail to another.


    Hier nog een stuk over Single vs Multi.
    What is "multiple +12V rails", really?

    In most cases, multiple +12V rails are actually just a single +12V source just split up into multiple +12V outputs each with a limited output capability.

    There are a few units that actually have two +12V sources, but these are typically very high output power supplies. And in most cases these multiple +12V outputs are split up again to form a total of four, five or six +12V rails for even better safety. To be clear: These REAL multiple +12V rail units are very rare and are all 1000W+ units (Enermax Galaxy, Topower/Tagan "Dual Engine", Thermaltake Tough Power 1000W & 1200W, for example.)

    In some cases, the two +12V rail outputs are actually combined to create one large +12V output (Ultra X3 1000W, PC Power & Cooling Turbo Cool 1000W, for example.)

    So why do they do they split up +12V rails??

    Short circuit protection only works if there's minimal to no resistance in the short (like two wires touching or a hot lead touching a ground like the chassis wall, etc.) If the short occurs on a PCB, in a motor, etc. the resistance in this circuit will typically NOT trip short circuit protection. What does happen is the short essentially creates a load. Without an OCP the load just increases and increases until the wire heats up and the insulation melts off and there's a molten pile of flaming plastic at the bottom of the chassis. This is why rails are split up and "capped off" in most power supplies; there is a safety concern.

    Is it true that some PSU's that claim to be multiple +12V rails don't have the +12V rail split at all?

    Yes, this is true. But it's the exception and not the norm. It's typically seen in Seasonic built units (like the Corsair HX and Antec True Power Trio.) It's actually cheaper to make a single +12V rail PSU because you forego all of the components used in splitting up and limiting each rail and this may be one reason some OEM's will not split the rails, but say they are split. Some system builders adhere very closely to ATX12V specification for liability reasons, so a company that wants to get that business but also save money and reduce R&D costs will often "fib" and say the PSU has it's +12V split when it does not.

    Why don't those PSU companies get in trouble? Because Intel actually lifted the split +12V rail requirement from spec, but they didn't actually "announce" it. They just changed the verbiage from "required" to "recommended" leaving system builders a bit confused as to what the specification really is.

    So does splitting the +12V rails provide "cleaner and more stable voltages" like I've been told in the past?

    It is true that marketing folks have told us that multiple +12V rails provides "cleaner and more stable voltages", but this is usually a falsehood. Quite frankly, the use this explaination because "offers stability and cleaner power" sounds much more palletable than "won't necessarily catch fire". Like I said before, typically there is only one +12V source and there is typically no additional filtering stage added when the rails are split off that makes the rails any more stable or cleaner than if they weren't split at all.

    Why do some people FUD that single is better?

    Because there are a few examples of companies that have produced power supplies with four +12V rails, something that in theory should provide MORE than ample power to a high end gaming rig, and screwed up. These PSU companies followed EPS12V specifications, which is for servers, not "gamers". they put ALL of the PCIe connectors on one of the +12V rails instead of a separate +12V rail. The +12V rail was easily overloaded and caused the PSU to shut down. Instead of correcting the problem, they just did away with the splitting of +12V rails altogether. Multiple +12V rail "enthusiast" PSU's today have a +12V rail just for PCIe connectors or may even split four or six PCIe connectors up across two different +12V rails. The rails themselves are capable of far more power output than any PCIe graphics card
    would ever need. In fact, Nvidia SLI certification these days REQUIRE that the PCIe connectors be on their own +12V rail to avoid any problems from running high end graphics cards on split +12V rail PSU's.

    There's less components and less engineering to make a PSU that DOES NOT have the +12V rail split up, so it's cheaper to manufacturer (about $1.50 less on the BOM, $2 to $3 at retail) and typically this cost savings is NOT handed down to the consumer, so it actually behooves marketing to convince you that you only need single +12V rails.

    But some people claim they can overclock better, etc. with a single +12V rail PSU

    B.S. It's a placebo effect. The reality is that their previous PSU was defective or just wasn't as good as their current unit. If the old PSU was a cheap-o unit with four +12V rails and the new one is a PCP&C with one +12V rail, the new one isn't overclocking better because it's a single +12V rail unit. It's overclocking better because the old PSU was crap. It's only coincidental if the old PSU had multiple +12V rails and the current one has just one.

    The only "problem" the occurs with multiple +12V rails is that when a +12V rail is overloaded (for example: more than 20A is being demanded from a rail set to only deliver up to 20A), the PSU shuts down. Since there are no "limits" on single +12V rail PSU's, you can not overload the rails and cause them to shut down..... unless you're using a "too-small" PSU in the first place. Single +12V rails do not have better voltage regulation, do not have better ripple filtering, etc. unless the PSU is better to begin with.

    So there are no disadvantages to using a PSU with multiple +12V rails?

    No! I wouldn't say that at all. To illustrate potential problems, I'll use these two examples:

    Example 1:

    An FSP Epsilon 700W has ample power for any SLI rig out there, right? But the unit only comes with two PCIe connectors. The two PCIe connectors on the unit are each on their own +12V rail. Each of these rails provides up to 18A which is almost three times more than what a 6-pin PCIe power connector is designed to deliver! What if I want to run a pair of GTX cards? It would have been ideal if they could put two PCIe connectors on each of those rails instead of just one, but instead those with GTX SLI are forced to use Molex to PCIe adapters. Here comes the problem: When you use the Molex to PCIe adapters, you have now added the load from graphics cards onto the rail that's also supplying power to all of your hard drives, optical drives, fans, CCFL's, water pump.. you name it. Suddenly, during a game, the PC shuts down completely.

    Solution: To my knowledge, there aren't one-to-two PCIe adapters. Ideally, you'd want to open that PSU up and solder down another pair of PCIe connectors to the rails the existing PCIe connectors are on, but alas... that is not practical. So even if your PSU has MORE than ample power for your next graphics cards upgrade, if it doesn't come with all of the appropriate connectors, it's time to buy another power supply.

    Example 2:

    Thermal Electric Coolers take a lot of power and are typically powered by Molex power connectors. I, for one, prefer to run TEC's on their own power supply. But that's not always an option. If you had a power supply with split +12V rails and powered your TEC's with Molexes, you would be putting your TEC's on the same +12V rail as the hard drives, optical drives, fans, CCFL's, water pump.. you name it, just as you did with the Molex to PCIe adapters. The power supply could, essentially, shut down on you in the middle of using it. A power supply with a single, non-split, +12V rail would not have any kind of limit as to how much power is delivered to any particular group of connectors, so one could essentially run several TEC's off of Molex power connectors and not experience any problems if one had a single +12V rail PSU.

    Typical multiple +12V rail configurations:

    * 2 x 12V rails
    o Original ATX12V specification's division of +12V rails.
    o One rail to the CPU, one rail to everything else.
    o VERY old school since it's very likely that "everything else" may include a graphics card that requires a PCIe connector.
    o Typically only seen on PSU's < 600W.
    * 3 x 12V rails
    o A "modified" ATX12V specification that takes into consideration PCIe power connectors.
    o One rail to the CPU, one rail to everything else but the PCIe connectors and a third rail just for PCIe connectors.
    o Works perfectly for SLI, but not good for PC's requiring four PCIe connectors.
    * 4 x 12V rails (EPS12V style)
    o Originally implemented in EPS12V specification
    o Because typical application meant deployment in dual processor machine, two +12V rails went to CPU cores via the 8-pin CPU power connector.
    o "Everything else" is typically split up between two other +12V rails. Sometimes 24-pin's two +12V would share with SATA and Molex would go on fourth rail.
    o Not really good for high end SLI because a graphics card always has to share with something.
    o Currently Nvidia will NOT SLI certify PSU's using this layout because they now require PCIe connectors to get their own rail.
    o In the non-server, enthusiast/gaming market we don't see this anymore. The "mistake" of implementing this layout was only done initially by two or three PSU companies in PSU's between 600W and 850W and only for about a year's time.
    * 4 x 12V rails (Most common arrangement for "enthusiast" PC)
    o A "modified" ATX12V, very much like 3 x 12V rails except the two, four or even six PCIe power connectors are split up across the additional two +12V rails.
    o If the PSU supports 8-pin PCIe or has three PCIe power connectors on each of the +12V rails, it's not uncommon for their +12V rail to support a good deal more than just 20A.
    o This is most common in 700W to 1000W power supplies, although for 800W and up power supplies it's not unusual to see +12V ratings greater than 20A per rail.
    * 5 x 12V rails
    o This is very much what one could call an EPS12V/ATX12V hybrid.
    o Dual processors still each get their own rail, but so do the PCIe power connectors.
    o This can typically be found in 850W to 1000W power supplies.
    * 6 x 12V rails
    o This is the mack daddy because it satisfies EPS12V specifications AND four or six PCIe power connectors without having to exceed 20A on any +12V rail
    o Two +12V rails are dedicated to CPU cores just like an EPS12V power supply.
    o 24-pin's +12V, SATA, Molex, etc. are split up across two more +12V rails.
    o PCIe power connectors are split up across the last two +12V rails.
    o This is typically only seen in 1000W and up power supplies.


    Ok... What's the bottom line?

    The bottom line is, for 99% of the folks out there single vs. multiple +12V rails is a NON ISSUE. It's something that has been hyped up by marketing folks on BOTH SIDES of the fence. Too often we see mis-prioritized requests for PSU advice: Asking "what single +12V rail PSU should I get" when the person isn't even running SLI! Unless you're running a plethora of Peltiers in your machine, it should be a non-issue assuming that the PSU has all of the connectors your machine requires and there are no need for "splitters" (see Example 1 in the previous bullet point).

    The criteria for buying a PSU should be:

    * Does the PSU provide enough power for my machine?
    * Does the PSU have all of the connectors I require (6-pin for high end PCIe, two 6-pin, four 6-pin or even the newer 8-pin PCIe connector)?
    * If using SLI or Crossfire, is the unit SLI or Crossfire certified (doesn't matter if a PSU is certified for one or the other as long as it has the correct connectors. If it passed certification for EITHER that means it's been real world tested with dual graphics cards in a worst case scenario).


    Figure out if there are any variables that may affect the actual output capability of the PSU:

    * What temperature is the PSU rated at? Room (25° to 30°C) or actual operating temperature (40°C to 50°C)
    * If room temperature, what's the derating curve? As a PSU runs hotter, it's capability to put out power is diminished. If no de-rate can be found, assume that a PSU rated at room temperature may only be able to put out around 75% of it's rated capability once installed in a PC.
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    Zo, hoe bedoel je ik onderbouw even iets

    Ik heb sowieso de voeding gekocht om de volgende reden:

    1. Kleurmatch
    2. Volledig modulair.
    3. De prijs was extreem aantrekkelijk!!!!

    Ik zal de voeding NOOIT 100% belasten, daar kom ik gewoon tekort mee aan onderdelen.

    Gr Yil
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    Heb zelf ook een Single 12V Rail voeding en wil me eigen aankoop ook onderbouwen

    Nja, om beetje OT te blijven:


    2 Croissants van Appie Heijn

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    Mafkees!

    Zie er maar 1 trouwens.
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    Okeuj dan, dus als er vanavond vage commentaren komen op de site dan weten we in ieder geval waar het aan ligt

    Ik heb trouwens net dit gekocht:

    Dit is dan nummertje 2, heb dus binnenkort 2x 20" TFT naast elkaar

    Ik verheug me er erg op aangezien dit stukken handiger gaat worden voor AutoCAD, Solidworks, Photosoep en opdrachten voor school.
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    Senior Member Joren is a name known to allJoren is a name known to allJoren is a name known to allJoren is a name known to allJoren is a name known to allJoren is a name known to all Joren's Avatar
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    op school

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    net 2 van deze besteld

    alleen dan met carbon fiber kapje
    zijn schakelaars (militairy switch) en komen helemaal vanuit amerika...

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    345m krimpkous

    45m rode 7mm
    150m doorzichtige 1/8 3.5mm
    150m zwarte 1/8 3.5mm

    speciale draad 1.5carat koper met laagje zilver erover voor ge-optimaliseerde geleiding,
    vele meters, teveel eigenlijk voor mij

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    wat moet je met 345 m krimpkous?!

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