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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
ABS/Tagan gets it right with their new 800W  - ABS/Tagan gets it right with their new 800W
Thu, February 07 2008 | 1:20PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"As we mentioned earlier, one unique feature found on the BZ800 power supply is a small slide-switch on the back panel that can be used to select either Normal or Turbo operating mode for the +12V outputs. Tagan claims "Turbo Mode" offers higher power to heavy-loading devices and "Normal Mode" for stable DC output. IMHO, that's just marketing gibberish. In reality the little red switch appears to either enable or disable current limiting on the six +12V outputs. This allows the unit to meet the current design standards by providing current limiters on the +12V outputs but allows the end user to disable current limiting, resulting in a single, high amperage +12V output."
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