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What does it mean when the PSU say "Swiches Between Single & Multiple +12V Rails"??

What does it mean when the PSU say "Swiches Between Single & Multiple +12V Rails"??
That's what the new Corsair PSU mentions. I don't know how much it help or does it make a HUGE difference?
Thanks if you can help.
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  1. Can you post a link to the page where it says that?
  2. TJ Hooker said:
    Can you post a link to the page where it says that?


    http://www.corsair.com/en-us/rmi-series-rm1000i-1000-watt-80-plus-gold-certified-fully-modular-psu

    "Configurable +12V rail
    It’s your choice – run it in the default multi-rail +12V mode, or toggle single-rail operation."
  3. Best answer
    it means what it sounds like, you can chose to use either a single 12v rail or you can use it as a multiple rail set-up. check out this review for a write up on the difference https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/RM1000i/2.html

    it's really a personal preference which to go with. most are happy with a single rail while others prefer multiple ones. either one is fine with this psu as it is very high quality.
  4. Math Geek said:
    it means what it sounds like, you can chose to use either a single 12v rail or you can use it as a multiple rail set-up. check out this review for a write up on the difference https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/RM1000i/2.html

    it's really a personal preference which to go with. most are happy with a single rail while others prefer multiple ones. either one is fine with this psu as it is very high quality.


    Thanks a lot.
    Thanks again.
  5. no problem. this is not a normal feature so i can see how it is easily a confusing one. :)

    glad i could help
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