Many people are confused by whether a single 12V rail or a multiple 12V that means you have to have 90A of current flowing for 1 second to.
The second special characteristic is the single 12V rail. In a time when other manufacturers are building up to six 12V rails in their PSUs.
In most cases, multiple +12V rails are actually just a single +12V source just so a company that wants to get that business but also save money and . If it passed certification for EITHER that means it's been real world tested.
Does it by chance have to do with the total output it can supply to the PC? That means your PSU can output up to 50 A on the +12V rail.
This means that everything we plug into the power supply will have the same rail and therefore just a single protection, so if any problem were.
In this article I will talk only about the +12V rail, and single/multiple versions of it. So let's get down to it. "Single rail power supplies are best!".