Supermicro PSUs in an ATX Workstation

The Gecko

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Build’s Name: Toxic Orange
Operating System/ Storage Platform:
Windows 10
CPU:
Ryzen 3700 Pro
Motherboard:
ASUS Pro WS X570-ACE
Chassis:
Fractal Define S2 Tempered Glass
Drives:
XPG SX8200 Pro v1 2TB NVMe
RAM:
64 GiB (16x4) DDR4 ECC v-Color TE416G26D819VK-VKC clocked at 3200
Add-in Cards:
GTX 1080 Ti Hair-dryer Edition
Power Supply:
Dual Supermicro PWS-1K28P-SQ
Other Bits:

  • It's a 1080 Ti for now, but I'm trying to catch an RTX 3090
  • Three new chassis fans plus custom air filters will be installed soon
  • 3D-printed RAM cooler
  • Dual orange power cables
  • FSP Windale 6 AC601 CPU Cooler
Usage Profile: Gaming, writing code.


 
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EffrafaxOfWug

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The build is already complete, with a 5950X CPU and a 6900XT graphics card? But if you turn the fans on the vapour will escape?

I did actually manage to snag a 5950X at regular price so they do definitely exist but I wasn't going to let that get in the way of a bad joke
 
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realtomatoes

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nice.
i recall seeing something similar with a ATX psu form-factor from FSP. Pricey.
 

The Gecko

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Hopefully those are “SQ” power supplies?
Yes, I've got two PWS-1K28P-SQ supplies installed. It was fun to watch everyone tell me how awfully loud it was going to be without taking the time to ask which supplies I purchased. :)