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    News - Load-level LEDs from Adata's first PSU

    Flash manufacturer moves into new segment, with a few cool features to its Horus PSUs.
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    Re: News - Load-level LEDs from Adata's first PSU

    Average PSU hopes stupid gimmick will sucker idiot with more money than sense into buying it. 82% efficiency is nothing special.

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    Re: News - Load-level LEDs from Adata's first PSU

    Well I guess we'll have to wait to hear the price, then...
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    Re: News - Load-level LEDs from Adata's first PSU

    I thought it would have a set of LEDs that lit up to show load, like on a UPS, accurate to 10 or 20%.

    That's just tacky.

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    Re: News - Load-level LEDs from Adata's first PSU

    A USB connection reporting accurate information would probably be a reasonable selling point to enthusiasts.

    This, on the other hand, is a bit lame and may just be linked to temperature/fan speed.

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