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    In Win shows off concept H-Frame 2.0 chassis at CES 2016

    And now comes with an integrated PSU.
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    Re: In Win shows off concept H-Frame 2.0 chassis at CES 2016

    Could someone explain why you would want a power supply to stay on when your PC is off?

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    Re: In Win shows off concept H-Frame 2.0 chassis at CES 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by sedontane View Post
    Could someone explain why you would want a power supply to stay on when your PC is off?
    Powered USB ports when pc is off? Not having to deal with flipping the power switch on power supply when you want to turn the pc on? Those are what I guess would be the reason why.

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