|03-26-2010, 01:36 PM||#1|
Join Date Nov 2004
Seasonic S12II Bronze 520 W Power Supply Review
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Title: Seasonic S12II Bronze 520 W Power Supply Review
Here is a snippet:
"Seasonic revamped their S12II power supply series, adding 80 Plus Bronze certification and promising higher efficiency. This new series is called S12II Bronze and let's see if the 520 W model is a goo..."
Comments on this article are welcome.
Hardware Secrets Team
|04-08-2010, 08:40 AM||#2|
Join Date Oct 2004
I've just got an e-mail from Seasonic saying that they corrected all errors found on their website that we pointed out in our review. We've just checked and they were indeed corrected. It is always nice to see manufacturers fixing things based on our reviews! Kudos to Seasonic!
|04-09-2010, 10:38 AM||#3|
Join Date Apr 2010
Sorry for my English, I speak only Italian.
Great review and you convinced me to purchase. But I wanted to know about a comparison Enermax Pro82+ 525w
non re-tested enermax pro82+ 525 power supply using our new GWInstek GPM-8212 power meter,Fluke 52 II
and (a.k.a. “incubator”)box in MDF.(mistake???)
then the efficiency e working temperature becomes equal to that of seasonic s12II-520bronze but seasonic is good for ripple
Therefore we recommend the Seasonic
but overload test:temp is 39.9 for 50°C not test or test max ~470watt
|07-12-2011, 12:01 PM||#5|
Join Date Mar 2009
Old design had a single solid capacitor
Sad that the current bronze s12ii PSU has no solid capacitors, I wonder if a couple of $ could lead to an increase in efficiency.
S12II “Bronze” Series
Note: The old s12ii appears to have had a single solid cap:
The "Hi-TechReviews" site has a top-down picture of the non-bronze s12ii that appears to have a single solid capacitor where the wires leave the PSU PCB.