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    News - Fractal Design adds modular PSUs to Integra line

    Integra M to offer semi-modular connectivity in 450-750W capacities.
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    Re: News - Fractal Design adds modular PSUs to Integra line

    Only 4 ports? That's pretty low. I would only expect that on a 'budget' range but the prices don't scream budget at me.

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    Re: News - Fractal Design adds modular PSUs to Integra line

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    Only 4 ports? That's pretty low. I would only expect that on a 'budget' range but the prices don't scream budget at me.
    I could understand it for the 450w and maybe the 550w but what's the point of a 750W unit if it can't run crossfire/sli?
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    Re: News - Fractal Design adds modular PSUs to Integra line

    Aye does seem strange, I run SLI GTX 670s with a 650w

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    Re: News - Fractal Design adds modular PSUs to Integra line

    Personally I don't class that as modular when you've got a load of fixed cables... semi modular would be a better term.

    With a lot of the fully modular psu's you can get shorter/longer cables which are ideal for small form factor pc's, the target market for these due to their shorter case length

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