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Enermax, the Galaxy 1 kW unit! - PCstats.com Enermax, the Galaxy 1 kW unit!
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"One of the Galaxy's more unique features is the use of two transformers to create two independent output sections (three if you count the +5VSB section). One transformer handles the +12V outputs for multiple CPUs and the +5V rail, while the second transformer handles the +12V outputs for all other devices (motherboard, video cards, peripherals) and the +3.3V rail. Splitting up the outputs like this offers several advantages: helps minimize size and cost, isolates the CPUs from the rest of the outputs for cleaner power, and separates the +5V and +3.3V outputs for better regulation."
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