This Just In: Seasonic M12 II 620W PSUby Anand Lal Shimpi on May 2, 2010 5:40 PM EST
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- 80 Plus Bronze
- M12 II
Seasonic was kind enough to send us a PSU in for our expanding list of testbeds. They shipped us their latest member of the M12 II line: a 620W modular unit. It's got three modular cables for SATA power (9 connectors), two for molex power (6 connectors), two for PCIe (1 x 6-pin + 1 x 6/8-pin) and one for floppy (2 connectors).
The unit itself is 80 Plus Bronze certified which means that at 20%, 50% and 100% load the PSU will operate at a minimum of 82% efficiency. Expect to see it used in some of our reviews going forward!
More pics of the PSU in the gallery
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NephilimSK - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkbad link to gallery
Ryan Smith - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkFixed.
cosmotic - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkWish the "This Just In" would stop.
7Enigma - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkI wish you would change you avatar, sigh.....
MadMan007 - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkI knid of agree but not that it should stop fully. It should stop being posted within the same column as if it were a real review. The dumbed-down Anandtech interface is just going to an opposite extreme versus the 'complex' old one. Maybe Anand spends all his time on the road reading it on a mobile device so it's convenient for him :p
A separate section somehow for 'this just in' would be much better than mixing it in with real articles.
tomoyo - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkTo be honest I'm starting to agree. There's too many Just In notifications and not enough serious articles now. If anything the Just in's should go in a completely different place from normal articles.
vol7ron - Sunday, May 2, 2010 - linkI disagree, though, I can understand where you're coming from. Perhaps you would rather a checkbox with to "Hide 'This Just In'" from the list. Or, maybe make it the other way around, automatically filter the "Just In's" and have the more advanced readers deselect it if they want them there.
Taking it away completely would screw up my RSS feeds and since there are many users that want them (and many users that don't) the only logical option would be to implement some sort of user preferences - - most likely cookie controlled.
MadMan007 - Monday, May 3, 2010 - linkOr, in this day and age of widescreen and even more widescreen (16:9) there could be two columns - one for real articles and one for 'this just in.' The new AT look uses barely an horizontal space.
semo - Tuesday, May 4, 2010 - linkshoo go away.
The just ins give us an opportunity to request certain parts of the product to be looked at in the final review for example. Nothing wrong there
numberoneoppa - Wednesday, May 5, 2010 - linkThanks. :)