PC Peripherals Of PSU, UPS, PFC and Sine wave

its like they want people to be confused
people don't want to by expensive stuff. like RM1000e is 14k and RM1000X is 16.5 for new version. 14.5 for old stock. But RMe is 7 years warranty, RMx is 10 Years. people will want to save money and get RMe. so people got corsair product for low and corsair sold more products then that of competitor.
Unless people condition or mentatility don't changes, companies marketing team will F our minds for sure.
 
my new rm650 has a 16A plug(power plug?), the problem is i dont have the compatible big outlet in my room right now.
should i try to turn it on using the cv450`s plug?
havent tried turning on yet due to incompatibility and the fear of everything burning down.
attaching photos for reference.
would really appreciate it if someone can reply asap, thanks.

smaller one is from cv450 and rated at 13A, while the bigger one is rated at 16a and from rm650.
EDIT- Nevermind found an old adapter.
 

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idk if this is the right thread to ask this but what ups would suffice for 550w psu?

I have a luminous inverter at home which has an option of UPS on it, is it relevant to my use?
 
idk if this is the right thread to ask this but what ups would suffice for 550w psu?

I have a luminous inverter at home which has an option of UPS on it, is it relevant to my use?
The UPS option does nothing but reduces the operating range of the inverter to like 200-280V and in non-UPS mode it's like 180-300V.
What this means is that when the mains power is between that range the inverter will not be switching to battery but as soon as it's outside that range the inverter will switch to battery mode.

You need to put your PC on full load (stress GPU + CPU) and simulate a power cut but turning off the mains MCB to test if the inverter is fast enough to switch to battery before the PC shuts off.
If your PC stays on then you don't need a UPS else you need one.

For your needs an APC 1100VA Back-UPS should suffice.
 
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